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£100 vs £1000 players and screen size

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by jflynn, Jan 9, 2003.

  1. jflynn

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    With a 28" television should I still be able to notice a difference in picture quality or are differences these days so minimal as to be only apparent on big screens.
    I ask because I have had the opportunity of trying a £1000 machine and am totally unimpressed.There is simply no difference between it and my 2 year old £100 player on my television.I didn`t expect night and day on what is a small screen these days but I thought I might be able to tell the difference:confused:
     
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    Differences between a £100 player and a £1000 player?

    Quality of the multi channel audio playback in DVD
    Quality of the CD playback
    Quality of the picture especially if progressive component is used
    Quality and capability to play other formats? SACD, DVD-A, VCD, SVCD etc

    Will you notice any of these plugging into a 28" TV with stereo or Prologic sound.

    Nope.

    Into a plasma with high quality AV amplifier and decent speakers?

    Yep.

    Get balance from your system components, a £1000 DVD player into a £500 TV is wasted unless you are planning to upgrade in stages.

    James
     

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