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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brian Bowles, Apr 28, 2002.
A while back everyone was talking about the panasonic rp-56. Is that still the best one to get?
It is very good. Also the JVC 70/75, the Tosh. 4700/5700 are all excellent in your price range. No player is perfect and each of these has some peccadillos but overall performance will be quite good.
I got the rp-56 open box for 129 last week at CC, no remote, but I havnet had a real problem with that yet. I really like it...video and audio quality is very good....and its progressive scan. I can't comment on it cause i dont have an HDTV. I hope ot try it out on my parents when i go home from school. But overall it hink its pretty good
Amazon.com has the Panasonic DVD-RV31K going for $129.99. Some people seem to have problems while others don't. I think it's worth the risk though.
I just bought the RP-56 a few weeks back, and I love it. The progressive scan picture is beautiful, and beats the heck out of my Sony 560D.
I recently picked up the Toshiba SD4700. I am very pleased so far, and I haven't tried out DVD-Audio yet.
When I was trying to decide what to get (see this thread) I was considering the Panasonic RP56, the JVC S60, the Toshiba SD4700, and the Sony NS700P. I had buyer's remorse before I had bought anything. I think at $250, you should be happy with whatever you decide to buy.
If interesed, I've got a JVC XV-SA75GD for sale in the hardware classifieds section.
I got the big brother of the JVC 70/75 (7 disk version) and I happy with the progressive picture.
What features is the replacement for the rp-56 going to have? I saw the rp-56 at Sears for $179. Also what is the chroma bug associated with toshiba dvd players?