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Dvp Ns-405

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Test005, Dec 2, 2002.

  1. Test005

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    Hi
    I have had my eyes on a Sony DVP-NS405 DVD player.

    The specs I seen states diffrent outputs and I would like to ask if someone here on the board could clarify what connections there really are.

    I recently bought a quite expencive (100€) Digital coaxial cable to connect my current DVD to the AV receiver.
    I'd like to reuse this cable if I get a new DVD player and not dish out more money on an optical cable.

    Also, what cable is good to use for video? Right now I use the original scart to my low budget Scott DVD player.

    If I get a new player, I also want a good video cable.
    Should I ask for a "RGB scart" to get best picture? (Is that correct terminology?)
    Sorry, I don't know much about cables and diffrent formats.

    My TV is a Sony 32" Widescreen (2 years old) and Receiver is Marantz sr-4200.

    -T5-
     
  2. pob

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    Others may differ, but personally I would get a QED SQART Cable - this Scart Cable gives an excellent picture between my Sony DVD and Sony TV. You can pick from up for about £35 from www.hifibitz.co.uk
     

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