Originally Posted by tribal
i have a denon 3930 and i am wondering if i should go for this new denon 2010ci with its anchorbay video chip or stick with my 3930 with it's hqv silicon optics realta chip?¿?¿this part is for the dvds playback,i must confese that the 3930 is doing an amazing job upscaling my dvds
now, i have a panasonic bd35 and i want to replace it with either the denon2500bt or the 2010ci ,wish do you think is the best choise for blu ray playback?¿?
I think it would depend on your receiver and what kind of versatility you need from a player. I only need the 2500 and use it as a transport for my Denon 5308CI.
When you look at both product sheets. The 2500 is a much larger and heavier player. To me that means quality. I like my players built like a tank.
The attractive feature on the 2010 for me is the ethernet. I hate doing those confounded firmware updates with the 2500 because it involves downloading software, unzipping it, burning a disc, punching in crazy codes and then finally you have an updated player. Sheesh! I wish Denon would have put an ethernet in the 2500. That is the only reason the 2010 looks attractive to me. I don't need all the other input options, I would rather see that money spent elsewhere, like on build quality.