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    BooBs are elitist jerks shokhead's Avatar
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    So i have a pretty good reciever,let say a Denon 3805 or better. So now i'm looking for a DVD player for music and video's. Do i look for the video spec's or the audio spec's? Good video spec's but poor audio wouldnt matter as i use the digital and take the player audio out of it? Then i guess that changes if i want SACD or DVD-A?
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    Music Junkie E-Stat's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by shokhead
    Do i look for the video spec's or the audio spec's?
    What are your priorities? Go with what is most important to you. And don't rely on specs alone.

    For me the sound quality of my video-based DVD players is secondary. One of these days I may try one of the upsamplers that are said to approach HD quality, but I use a couple of disposable $70 Toshiba DVDs.


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    Forum Regular hermanv's Avatar
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    A good D to A isn't cheap, never pay for two of them.

    In other words get a receiver with a good DAC because most outboard DVD etc. will not let you route other digital sources through their DAC.

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