Which DVD player has a DVI connection to connect a Infocus projector!!!

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  1. UMAR 3:16

    UMAR 3:16
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    Hi was just wondering which player has a DVI connection, i was told these are the best type of connections even better then component ????
     
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    Many players nowadays have DVI or HDMI connections, from the cheap to the expensive, what sort of price are you looking at?
     
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    ...but i cant find it anymore.

    as far as i know, reasonbly priced players (say up-to £300) are:

    momitsu 880 - heard good comments but think not imported officially to uk
    denon 1910 - heard about troubles with them
    samsung 945 - heard about some troubles

    recently in Rucher Sounds they showed me i think it eas Cambridge Audio but again, i read some thread elsewhere about trouble with them. by the wasy what IF projector do u have? (mine's a ToshMT8/IF7200)
     
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    Samsung HD745- £110
    Samsung HD945- £160
    Denon 1910 - £190
    Panasonic S97 - £200
    Cambridge Audio DVD79 - £200

    Bought a DVD79 but returned it due lip synch issues, pity as PQ very good.

    Now considering which other one to go for as definately impressed with DVI over component on my Sharp.

    Just search the forums as all have minor issues.
     
  5. UMAR 3:16

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    price wise iam looking at about £300 max!!

    wanted the poineer 575a but i dont think its got DVI connection!
     
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    for quite sometime i am looking to buy a DVI player, best site is PriceRunner, however, about a month ago, they removed the "DVI conncetion" filter so it is now impossible to filter out machines that have DVI. Wonder why they did it.
     
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    I too returned the CA DVD79 'cause the component pic was pants. Never tried the DVI because didn't want to blow up to 100 quid more on a lead and find there was a problem. Instead I bought the 575 and feed component into the TX100 - the pictures are excellent. I'm not saying DVI won't be better, but I've feeling that whatever DVI machine you buy at the moment there will be a gremlin somewhere.
    ...PJ
     
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    Ordered a Samsung HD745 - can't go wrong at £110 ?

    Can you...............................................

    We'll see.
     
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    Agree, that sounds a bargain. Be interested in how you get on...PJ
     

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