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I found a local dealer that has ONE Yamaha DVD-S2300 in stock, & he is willing to go $650 on it. It seems like an awesome machine, & he is authorized as well. Here's my questions. I have a Rotel RSP-1066. My unit is supposed to have some Bass Management "issues". Are these 2 components a marriage made in Hell? There is a new fix available that fixes the "double bass" issue on the 1066, but it means disconnecting 2 resistors on the 1066.


I'm using a RP91 currently, with a Mitsubishi WS-55511 HDTV. The TV is a lock in full progressive unit. I have a TON of 4:3 concert DVD's as well. Will the 2300 STRETCH all the 4:3 stuff? I really enjoy the way the RP91 handles these titles.


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My personal suggestion would be to scoop up that 2300 at that price (very very good) and keep both players. You'll probably want to continue using the RP91 for non-anamorphic sources, but for anamorphic movies and high-rez audio (*gotta* hear the Dark Side of the Moon SACD), you'll love that 2300.


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I agree with Dave. You'll love SACD on the S2300. I do have both the S2300 and RP91 and to answer your question, yes it will stretch your 4:3 stuff. That's exactly why I still keep my RP91, for the 4:3 and non-anamorphic sources.


You can't get much from selling your RP91 anyways and you're getting a great deal on the S2300.
 
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