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pio 656,757 or arcam dv88

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by philthyanimal, Jan 9, 2004.

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  1. philthyanimal

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    Which of these 3(other suggestions welcome) would you recomend to go with a ax3 and a 7.1 kef speaker set up.

    I only have a 32" philips flat screen TV
     
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    757, massive PQ
     
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    the arcam isnt exactly a dud..... plus it has the likely hood of sounding better

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    32" non-progressive scan capable TV, if you have no plans to buy a projector, plasma or LCD then buy a brand new £100 Toshiba DVD player.
    If you do plan to buy a Progressive Scan capable display device then buy something else anyway. :cool:
     
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    but what if he wants somethign that doesnt sound so crap!? If there are any considerations of playing cds for instance, a £100 player aint going to cut it...... not all interlaced players are equal, just because we are in the time of dvi/hdmi doesnt mean we should forget yesterdays facts.

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