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Panasonic DVD-XV10 or DVD-XP50

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by sboye, Jan 2, 2003.

  1. sboye

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    I am looking at buying a new DVD player and like the looks of the Panasonic DVD-XV10. But I also want one that has progressive scan. Then I tripped over a version that looks identical that is only available in the US called DVD-XP-50.

    Info about DVD-XP-50

    Does anyone know whether this means that the XV-10 for the European market is an older version and if we can expect a newer version later with progressive scan that macthes the feature set of the US version. :confused:

    - Steven
     
  2. Dutch

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    Hi Steven,

    Check out www.jvb.nl for details on the XP-50. Their one can play PAL and NTSC and is a multi-region player. I've ordered a modded Pioneer 757 from them.

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    Thanks for the link.

    It looks like it only does progressive for NTSC and not for PAL. I am most concerned about progressive for PAL as I live in EU. I guess the NTSC progressive would be good for viewing region 1 DVD's - but I most often watch PAL DVD's. :(

    I guess I either have to wait longer for a Panny PAL progressive in this slim line design (the wife likes the look of them).

    - Steven
     

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