Harman Kardon DVD 30 vs. Sony DVP-NS930

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Kain, Nov 21, 2003.

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  1. Harman Kardon DVD 30

    6 vote(s)
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  2. Sony DVP-NS930

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  1. Kain

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    Disregarding price, which DVD player do you think offers better audio and video quality?
     
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    Only one vote? :(
     
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    By the way, right now I am leaning towards the Harman Kardon DVD 30, but I just want your opinions before I make my final decision.
     
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    Are you talking to yourself?

    Looking at the other thread I think you should just go and buy the HK either the 25 which I have as is very good or the 30 if you need the extras
     
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    Just tied the score. :smashin:

    Both are excellent players within their price range, and both offer fine DeInterlacing and PS output.

    Then it's a question of DVD-Audio vs. SACD and plastic vs. aluminium front panel.

    I decided for the Sony 930 due to having been completely satisfied with the Sony 900.

    To be sure, give both a try and go for the better one in your opinion.
     
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    I don't have enough info to vote. Both are meant to be excellent. I do like the idea of plugging in a good pair of headphones into the DVD30 and listering in privacy though. Its a shame Sony have removed this from their mid range dvd players now. I see the older Sony model had it.
     

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