Denon 1930 versus 2930

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  1. xerian

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    I am considering buying one of the mentioned players to go with my very recently purchased Sony KDL40W2000 tv and Sony STRDA1200 receiver, my question is : is it worthwhile paying a lot extra for the 2930 and would it make a significant difference with the picture quality on the above equipment over the 1930? Any advice would be appreciated.
     
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    I have 2930 and I love it. I do not know without the Silicon Optic's realta chips how close the 1930 will come to 2930. My thinking is go watch both in dealer and decide there.
     
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    I think you mean Reon - the Realta chip is in the much more expensive 3930.

    Xerian,
    It really comes down to whether you can justify spending up to £300(possibly more)over and above what a 1930 would cost you.
    Yes it is very much capable of giving a noticeably better picture quality,not to mention significantly better audio.

    I briefly considered a 1930,but didnt take long to decide on the 2930,and i am glad i did.
    The 3930 was just too much money for me to justify,even though it is undoubtedly a step up again.
     

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