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Denon 3910 ...The Haunting R1

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Bruce1310, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. Bruce1310

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    Hi all

    Has anyone else had problems playing "The Haunting" Region 1 on the Denon 3910. Fine until CH18 then freezing and blocking, etc. Bad disk or just the 3910 being tempramental??? :confused:

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    I haven't used my 3910 more than twice since getting it before Christmas (lol) so it's a good excuse to turn it on.
    Does the problem happen if you go stragjht to CH18? also is it the DTS-ES version?
     
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    just watched Ch16 through to Ch19 and no issues, this was DTS-ES R1 version (only one I have).

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    Thanks for the reply

    Yes, it's the same disk you have. It happens even if I go straight to Ch 18...I tried some of the previous chapters and it was fine. Because it happens in the same place, my conclusion is that the player doesn't like that part of the disk. I can only hope that there aren't more disks like that because I really like the player!

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    No problem on mine - could be a dodgy disc?
     
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    No problem on mine, but as mentioned on different thread today, 3910 would not play beyond halfway through my R1 copy of Tomorrow Never Dies. Also, seems very fussy with DVD-R media, especially if (like me) you were in the habit of using a DVD labelling pack. If you have a 3910, DON'T use labels on DVD-R's. Bit worrying all this - makes me wonder how many other titles I own that won't play - Oh well, time will tell !
     
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    There was a report in one of the Aussie hifi mags on the 3910 that mentioned that the 3910 was more choosey than the outgoing 2900 of discs. Discs that played in the 2900 would be "spat" out by the 3910. Perhaps its a QC thing with the 3910 as I tried to demo one the week before last and 5 mins into the demo it went kaput, evrything died and would not restart

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