Originally Posted by skclark
OK guys, I too have been doing some reading and was wondering what the hierarchy of players would be. Lets start with the Oppo 93 on the top. Not willing to go above that price range of player. So what I mean to say is, if the oppo 93 is the top end whats the next step down and so forth? I am judging purely based on quality of product. Speed, capability to support current formats, don't give a crap about web based app capability or wireless. Do have a gig Ethernet connection for it in the rack. Im looking for a high end player that will last me a while and supports 3d for future upgrades to the HT.
Another variation to answer such a question would/could be:
How's about a break-down of what's the best blu-ray player for a given price range?
If someone has an up-to-date list of what unit is considered best at say, $100, at $130, at $160, at $200 etc.
What I find discouraging is that so many reviews list poor reliability & poor streaming & slow loading very often. These are three considerations that I really would appreciate assistance on, in buying a good player.
Am replacing a PS3 that's constantly giving me the "An ethernet cable is disconnected" error. Have tried all the solutions I can find & none resolve the error.
This is to hook-up w/ a Pioneer vsx-1121 AVR, a DishNetwork vip-722 DVR & a Mitsubishi 53" DLP rear-projector.