Originally Posted by IIDexII
If the disc has bad standard writing, it may stop anywhere.
Ofcourse best if Denon2010 could handle this..
If the same movies have/show errors, and on other bd players as well..
Then this may have something to do with the movies quality, or maybe the players and movies combined.
But still 2010 reads pretty ugly cds..
if the problem is really on the disc side, i think we would see similar freezes with other players. the concept of a tight laser is comical, and even if true, what is the advantage of having a laser so precious is can't be bothered to play some discs.
let's face it - this and a whole host of other players are assembled by funai in china next to the $100 toshiba and magnavox. what makes this player shine is the burr brown dacs and abt chip.
the underlying video componentry is probably still panasonic based and probably shares video componentry with the panny 60/80 and that's why both are getting these damn freezes. it's probably hardware-related - poor cooling or a chip that simply has brain farts.
i just hope that denon works with us on this - i could live with it if it were a $120 panasonic player that had freezes every other disc. For a $700 reference player, it's damn embarassing and probably knocks out yet another competitor for the Oppo.