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Will a Denon 910 better my panny S35 for PQ ?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by JamesL, Jan 22, 2004.

  1. JamesL

    JamesL Agent

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    I have a Elite PRO-510 and would like to know if a Denon 910 DVD player provide better PQ then my current panny S35 DVD player ?
     
  2. Don_Berg

    Don_Berg Supporting Actor

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    Yes way better. The Panasonic S35 has a low quality cheap de-interlacer and I saw flashing artifacts on some menu screens. The Denon DVD-910 has the top-rated Faroudja de-interlacer so it is 10x better.
     
  3. JamesL

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    thx - it amazes me ... when I originally bought my TV I assumed it would have the best de-interlacer.
     
  4. Paul_Ptaaty

    Paul_Ptaaty Stunt Coordinator

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    I'd try interlaced on your S35 as well, at least for the time being, let your TV handle it. Sometimes this can result in suprisingly good PQ.

    From your wording you may be inputting progressive into your TV from the S35, then the TV will not deinterlace...

    I'd switch to progressive if you go with the 910 (which I would try, definately in a different league than the S35. also note this shows up as a refurb for about $100 from time to time)
     

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