Not really. DVI is a tad cleaner but I bet if I A/Bed them to you, you wouldn't be able to tell everytime. The problem with DVI players so far is their internals pretty much suck. With the exception of maybe the Samsung, but I have heard bad stuff about them too.
The Bravo and Momitsu use an inferior de-interlacer that makes the picture almost unwatchable for me. Bravo has stated that they are working at it and hope to remidy this in the future. I look forward to that. I am hoping that the 5900 will deliver the same standard as the good progressive scan players do with their DVI.
i have a 2900 connected to a Mitsu RPTV and a Samsung DVI to a Samsung DLP and the Mitsu/2900 excels with DVDs. (both sets had minor tweaking.) i mean the black level is just incomparable between the two. and this is significant since most movies contain dark scenes. in bright scenes or animated films, i prefer the punch on the DLP. colors really stand out. overall, i would pick the Mitsu/2900 for DVDs while the DLP for HDTV.
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