Is the marantz even out yet?
post #61 of 695
9/9/04 at 6:24am
|Do you have any idea what the French review says?|
|I tried that before without any luck|
|Originally posted by dave7
It uses Silicone Image deinterlacer. I can't help you on the decoder. Video is really nice looking though. I had to give mine back (I had it for demo purposes). But I am looking for a way to own one. I have a 3910 right now, and for the price the 3910 is very impressive. Check out:
for info on the 10.5.
|Boy, "Senior Member" sounds impressive. I wish I could feel like I earned it (I don't & I didn't)|
|Originally posted by Steve Goff
I don't think the component jacks really output 1080i, since that would violate DVD Forum rules.
|Originally posted by Kevin C Brown
$1850 is a great deal. :)
|Originally posted by PooperScooper
What DVD player were you using? What did you use to calibrate the 10.5 when you hooked it up? Thanks.
|Originally posted by Phasor
Well, I have had the 10.5 now for a few days...today received my DVI to HDMI adapter so I was able to view at 720P and I must admit that I thought the picture was stunning...However, I only watched the opening storm scene in "Open Range"....but I was very happy with the quality of the video. There are two sets of component video outputs on the back, one outputs at 480i and it uses standard RCA jacks. The other is BNC connectors that you can scale up to 1080i...I haven't used these as I don't have a cable with BNC connectors but both the regular component and HDMI to my eyes produce excellent video.
Now as to SACD...I have only several hours of listening time in, but what I am hearing is very good and I believe that it will only get better as it breaks in. I think I am going to purchase this unit as the dealer made me an offer if I want this unit I can have it for $1850.00. I was waiting for the Denon 3910 but I think I will keep this one...I have not listened to any DVD audio discs as I don't own any.
My equipment consists of:
Fosgate FAP-T1 pre processor
Fosgate 1000.5 five channel amp
Rotel 990BX 2 channel amp for rear surrounds
Vandersteen 2CE signatures each with it's own Vandersteen 2W sub
Vandersteen V2W for the LFE channel
Vandersteen VCC-1 center
Vandersteen VSM-1's for rear surrounds
Vandersteen 1C's for the side surrounds
Runco 510 projector with Stewart 92" diag Greyhawk screen
I also hope like Dave does that maybe Dan Wright might get ahold of one of these players and come up with a mod for the multi channel audio section to make it sound a little more liquid..just my taste..it sounds pretty good now...but there is always room for improvement.