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Well i need to replace my current BD player, now i have gone over reviews of different types of BD 3D players and frankly they pretty much all suck, sorry, but The Panny and the LG could not include a GB of ram for bdlive, but yet they are asking almost 500$ for there units,

and I do not like samsung i was hoping to get the Denon but after reviews
of the picture not looking life like i had to scrach that, i was really looking at the Panny but after reading DNLA has issuse and can not stream music i said forget it, now i am wondering should i wait for what player would you grab?

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Well i need to replace my current BD player, now i have gone over reviews of different types of BD 3D players and frankly they pretty much all suck, sorry, but The Panny and the LG could not include a GB of ram for bdlive, but yet they are asking almost 500$ for there units,

and I do not like samsung i was hoping to get the Denon but after reviews
of the picture not looking life like i had to scrach that, i was really looking at the Panny but after reading DNLA has issuse and can not stream music i said forget it, now i am wondering should i wait for what player would you grab?


I believe the Panny offers the option of adding a GB of ram via an SD card. Also if you have the Panny TV with DNLA isn't having it on the Blu-Ray 3D player redundant?
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I believe the Panny offers the option of adding a GB of ram via an SD card. Also if you have the Panny TV with DNLA isn't having it on the Blu-Ray 3D player redundant?

i know i have the samsung plasma c8000 but when i go on family trips we have a tour bus and i want to stream but oh well, if only Oppo would of made a 3D BD player that would of been nice, i was hoping the Denon 2211 would of been available i would of taken that unit for its high end ABay

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Well i need to replace my current BD player, now i have gone over reviews of different types of BD 3D players and frankly they pretty much all suck, sorry, but The Panny and the LG could not include a GB of ram for bdlive, but yet they are asking almost 500$ for there units,

Did you check the reviews of the Sony bdp-s570?
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Did you check the reviews of the Sony bdp-s570?

I just picked up the 470, and I love it. 3d looked great, but it was a major upgrade in general BD terms over my Sammy 2550. Loading speed is unbelievable.
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Stupid question, but dose any one watch Blu Rays on their Blu Ray players, or dose everyone use these as go through machines for some thing else?
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I just picked up the 470, and I love it. 3d looked great, but it was a major upgrade in general BD terms over my Sammy 2550. Loading speed is unbelievable.

I have a 470 too and agree; but only the identical, but for wifi, 570, has been reviewed.
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Stupid question, but dose any one watch Blu Rays on their Blu Ray players, or dose everyone use these as go through machines for some thing else?

I only watch blu-rays on mine. I have plenty of other devices to stream music or other content on/through.

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Did you check the reviews of the Sony bdp-s570?

no i had not had the chance to look at sony i tend to stay far away from sony

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i watch alot of bd movies, as well i stream alt of my media libary
i am looking at Sony BDP-S770, i think when it all comes down to it i will go with the panny unless oppo release a unit

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i watch alot of bd movies, as well i stream alt of my media libary
i am looking at Sony BDP-S770, i think when it all comes down to it i will go with the panny unless oppo release a unit

Originally, you were concerned about the $500 price. The 470 & 570 are very good units at very low prices.
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Originally, you were concerned about the $500 price. The 470 & 570 are very good units at very low prices.

price is not the issues but the quality and performance and great picture,
and up todate features, not stone age features,

look panny price is 599 u cant even stream music or videos or even
add a gb of on board memory, or up todate dac, these are the features is worth the 599 to 899$

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if only Oppo would of made a 3D BD player that would of been nice,

If you have a litte patience it will come. Last time I asked them, the time spot was christmas 2010, that was this january or something like that. Haven't heard anything after that. But it will be worth the wait. I'm waiting for it.
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price is not the issues but the quality and performance and great picture,
and up todate features, not stone age features,

look panny price is 599 u cant even stream music or videos or even

add a gb of on board memory, or up todate dac, these are the features is worth the 599 to 899$

Not sure where you got that absurd price from, but sure seems to me like you're over exaggerating to make your argument.

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