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What players give: PAL prog scan, SACD and DVD audio out the box

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by SanPedro, Nov 17, 2003.

  1. SanPedro

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    Oh and at a reasonable price too. Say between £250 - £300.

    Chris
     
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    Err, none I think at this price - the 'cheaper' Pioneers do SACD and DVDA but are only NTSC Progressive I think. Will keep checking your post for replies though as I could also do with one!
     
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    HK DVD 30 is DVD A and PAl NTSC prog scan out the box
     
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    Hornydragon

    Is there much chance that a victor will emerge between SACD and DVD-A in the near future? I don't want to back the wrong horse (of course). But if both are going to be around for the forseeable future then it may make sense to plump for a machine with PAL prog as this will be more beneficial for the majority of movies I watch. I just fancy trying some surround sound music sometime.

    I guess though, that within 6 months all players will be multi format disc (Sony apart maybe). The rate things are changing it may make sense to hold on a touch longer.

    Cheers

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