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Recommendation please

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

  1. docnaz

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    Teetering on brink of buying 42PE50. Can someone please recommend a DVD player (not recorder) that will give me best PQ for the Panny ie component, progressive etc etc? Many thanks.
     
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    go for a cambridge audio player, i got hooked up to a sanyo z2 pj on a 10m component cable, excellent pq, excellent player!

    go to www.pricerunner.co.uk to check out players with pal progressive scan which will give better pq with a good quality component cable, say cambridge audio or qed!
     
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    Thank you. Does look like a stunning piece of kit and the spec sounds just the job. Thanks again.
     
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    Hi,
    May I suggest ONE OF THESE Does PAL & NTSC prog-scan, plays DVD-A & SACD, multiregion out of the box etc etc etc.

    PQ thru component (I am using QED P-CV1 leads) is fantastic, DITTO for audio quality. Build quality is sturdy (have owned a few Pioneer players and NEVER had any breakdowns AT ALL), in fact one of the first Pioneer players (DV-626), is still going strong at a mates, and its gotta be at least 4 years old now, (plus its in his kitchen/dining area).

    Have a look, it may suit your needs.

    All the best,
    Graham.
     

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