I have be searching for a replacement for my JVC 721BK DVD-A player. The video quality on this player was excellent, but the audio performance was lackluster in DVD-A/CD playback. I had settled on the Denon 1600, but have been told by several friends that IF you must buy a player for its audio capabilities, then go with the Toshiba 9200. I'm told that the video quality will be at least as good as the JVC's, but the audio performance on the 9200 is probably the best of any consumer oriented DVD-A player bar none, with exceptions being the Denon 9000 and possibly the 3800. I am thinking of spending the extra 100.00 to get the Toshiba 9200 instead of the Denon 1600 - which I am told has excellent DVD-A playback as well, but not on quite on the Tosh 9200 level. The only thing I didn't like about the Toshiba was its age, as I know the 9500 is due by the end of the year, and feel that my unit will feel dated rather quickly. I would like any opinions. Thanks, Reg P.S.- I know the 9200 has the so-called chroma bug, but I currently don't have a HDTV/16X9 display, so won't be using it in progressive mode anyway - yet more of a reason to choose a player for its audio capabilities.