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Denon 1910 or Samsung???

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by CLH, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. CLH

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    I actually have a 1910. It's good enough I guess but not a massive step up from RGB through my Tosh DVD recorder (I'm using DVI of course).

    Question is:

    Would a Samsung HD945 be a better option overall (or the new 950).

    And I ask this because one of the things I quite want is DIVX.

    So would I lose much in going for the Samsung? One thing that might irritate me is the lack of auto PAL/NTSC mode on the Samsung. Can you get around this???
     
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    Well, it's currently a no brainer as Samsung have discontinued the HD945 and nowhere seems to have any stock! Samsung must be lacking a few brain cells at it won Home Cinema Choice's budget DVD player award in the current issue. That said, the HD950 is due out in May so we're told although some sites are listing it already.

    I've just bought a Denon 2910 and I'm pretty happy. For less money I'm told that the Panasonic S97 is a very good performer as well.
     

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