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Advice on Denon2200

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by chris, Oct 18, 2003.

  1. chris

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    Can some one please tell me, what size video buffer this player has.....???

    Some sites say 8 meg, while others say 2 meg.
    If it has the 8 meg then there prob will be no layer change...but as i belive it (from what i have read), the 2 meg buffer still shows the layer change.
    I have tried the 2900, but sent it back, so thought i would give the 2200 a try.

    Any help please......

    cheers...chris.
     
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    I can't help directly I'm afraid, but from what I've read, a layer change can cause a cache flush, so you would notice a pause regardless.
     
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    i think that was denons excuse (haydon labs), when people started complaining about the dvd700(it had the 2Meg buffer).....but i had a 2900 and not once did i see a layer change.

    I just thought that seeing as the 2200 has a diifferent firmware to the 2900 it might not have the probs that i noticed......but i dont want to get one if its got that annoying layer change.
     
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    Hello!
    The 2200 has 8mb buffer. I've tested the layer skip thing and you won't see any layer change skip! Guaranteed!

    Take care
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