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DENON DVD1710 - Any Opinions ?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by andyboy, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. andyboy

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    Hi guys

    Does anyone own a Denon DVD1710 ? I currently own a Pioneer DV575S and am awaiting delivery of a JVC HV28P37SJE TV so I can use the DVD player via progressive scan.

    My main question is whether the Denon is better than the Pioneer for Prog Scan usage as I am currently using the Pioneer with a Philips 28PW6517 and the amount of 'jaggies' that occur on some discs is shocking so I am a bit concerned as to whether it will carry this over even to Prog Scan.

    Any help or opinions will be appreciated ! :confused:
     
  2. Barzo

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    As the owner of your TV and DVD player, I can say that the Pioneer will continue to give you a fit of the 'jaggies' in PAL Prog Scan, but not in NTSC Prog Scan.

    Have a look at the thread on the Tosh 340e - a better alternative for PAL Prog. Sorry, I have no experience of any Denon players.
     
  3. andyboy

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    Cheers Barzo - checking out 340e RIGHT NOW :thumbsup:
     
  4. sjl

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    I recently purchased a MR Denon 1710 from Sevenoaks and I have to say I am over the moon with it.
    It has not yet failed to play any of my backup discs yet regardless of what speed I burnt them at and the picture quality into my Panny PW6 is fantastic.

    This replaced a Sony 535 which I had properly chipped and kept giving me C13 errors which considering it cost me almost £400 when I bought it and it has not seen a lot of use is pretty poor.

    I say go with the Denon you wont be dissapointed :smashin:


    Steve
     

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