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Old 07-14-2014, 01:49 AM - Thread Starter
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does it really make a difference ?


If I connect a BD player via HDMI to Denon X2000 avr - will a $100 player Vs a $200 player Vs a $300 player really make a difference.
I am not interested in 3d. wifi is optional as the avr doesnt have wifi , so will anyways have to put in a wifi bridge. ditto for the plethora of streaming options as again the avr/TV is fairly equipped with these options.

so am looking at the fundamental capability of audio/video playback of BD/DVDs via a fully digital interface like HDMI.

the more I read , the more it seems like that with an HDMI/pure digital connection, there will NOT be major difference of output from BD players of various price range.

so if I look at a bare bone sony 1100 or a costlier panasonic 230 or a pioneer 160 or a philips 5600 ....will I get perceptible difference in audio/video qlty given my setup.
if yes the what should look at ....


Sony 670 HD TV, XBOX 360, Denon AVR 2000, B&W MT 50
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