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Have an xp30(bought 3 wks ago) and also own an RP91 on another setup. While I do not have alot of DVD-A discs's - have a few. Cannot play them (yes I know I can in dts) on the XP30. So far happy with the Xp30 pic - although my rp91 seems a tad better.


Anyways...Tired of swithcing players and want to leave rp91 on my main set-up. Which now leaves the xp30. Not convinced any of the DVI players are worth it - given the PQ I already have. Here's the question - got to it eventually:)


With the Denon 1600 finally below $300 - is there a differenc ein the PQ (positive!) over the XP30? How about the audio - I tend to like the best audio I can afford. I undersatnd I'll get DVD/A. Just trying to figure out what other features are there above and beyond the xp30. Only gonna keep one - so if the 1600 is it - will send back (or whatever) for the xp30.


I paid $235 for the XP 30 and the 1600 is 299. So the $60 is not the issue. Just want to make sure I'm not LOSING anything by going to the 1600.


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Therese
 

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The Denon also gives you a full 1 year parts and labor warranty where the Panny only gives you 90 days parts, 1 year labor. This may or may not matter to you. Also, using a credit card that doubles the warranty can give you 2 years worth of warranty on the Denon.
 

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I broke down and ordered the Denon 1600. As most of my other equipment is black, better match! Now there's a good reason for a new DVD player. Assuming it works as well as reviewed and as well as my XP30 - it appears I will have one DVD too many on my hands!(And I've run out of component inputs anyways!) SO off to get rid of the XP30.


My biggest gripe about the XP30 was the silver color and blue light display. Looks high tech - guess I want just plain black!


Thanks for the info.


Therese
 
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