Sony KDP57XBR2 + Yamaha Rx-2095 AVS, Which HD DVD Player to Buy - AVS Forum
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post #1 of 3 Old 11-20-2007, 07:43 PM - Thread Starter
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I currently have a Sony KDP57XBR2 RPTV and a Yamaha Rx-2095 AVS receiver and am looking into the Toshiba HD DVD players. Which model would be the best fit for my system? TV supports 720P or 1080i, no HDMI (TV or audio receiver). The yamaha accepts coaxial, or toslink digital audio.

Some day, I may upgrade my RPTV to a newer HDMI set. No plans to upgrade the AVS receiver in the near term unless it blows up.

Thanks for any/all advise. I'm looking to take advantage of the amazon deals running now, 10 DVDs along with purchase.
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One thing to add, I probably will purchase a 36 or 42" 1080P set down the road for my home office ... although the set will mostly be used with the RPTV 720P/1080i for the next five years or so.

So, I'm trying to compare between the A30 and A35 players, unless there is a better option for me.
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If you want to hear the lossless audio formats and your receiver has an multichannel analog in (extremely likely), you will need either the HD-A35 or the HD-XA2. The HD-XA2 has better deinterlacing of DVDs and would be the one I would go with.
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