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Newest FW Denon 1910; any difference?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Loewe, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Loewe

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    What's the difference between firmware 1.10 and 1.12 (both MR) for Denon 1910?

    I have heard that 1.12 improves DVI, but in what way? Maybe the green tint that sometimes shows in darker details disappears (or is that only my TV)? Or is layer-change-time shortened? 1910 is perfect with jpegs on CD by the way, just like a PC on 1080i (2910, Cambridge Audio 79 and and most other players are not!).
     
  2. Maxi_TK96

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    I haven't noticed any differences, the slight green tint is still there (small green dots) but more importantly so is the macroblocking. If you are happy with your player then it might be better not to do the upgrade since there's the danger of the process going wrong and messing up your player.
     
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    Maybe the new firmware (1.12) enables the 1910 to play Double Layer DVDR, which i have read it has not done well (or at all) so far..
     

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