Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Denon DVD-2910 HDMI DVD Player - The Big Daddy!

We have already covered the Philips 3046 DVD Player priced at just under Rs.4,000 - a good buy for your average television. But what if you own a high performance television like the Samsung LCD Television? In this case, you really want a DVD Player to back up your expensive television and exploit all the features! So in light of this, let's go a little bit crazy and consider the Denon DVD-2910 HDMI DVD Player. The price: Rs.60,000!!! No, I didn't put too many zeros at the end!

Now, a DVD Player in this price range better have exceptional picture quality and sound to say the least. Well, the Denon DVD-2910 HDMI DVD Player lives up to every single paisa! I was absolutely floored with the stunning picture quality and sound!

The Denon DVD Player has both HDMi and DVI connections for different televisions.

The television has all the necessary firepower to provide you with amazing video. This includes Progressive Scan Playback, DCDi video processing, and Video Noise Shaping. Moreover, the Denon DVD-2910 will play almost anything that you can wish for including DVD-Audio, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, SACD, CD-R/RW, VCD, MP3, and WMA!!! What more can you ask for?! One great thing that you will immediately notice about the video is the precise detail even when it's upscaling pictures to a higher resolution television.

The sound is backed up with Dolby Digital and provides digital audio for up to 6 channels!

Now I must say, I love playing with my gadgets but even after playing with the Denon DVD-2910 HDMI DVD Player for more than an hour, I still felt as though I had barely scratched the surface. Now, if you are a novice who doesn't really want all the extra detail or perhaps you just don't have the time, then this DVD Player might be a little overwhelming!

Conclusion: If you own a LCD or a Plasma, then go ahead and buy the Denon DVD-2910 HDMI DVD Player. You won't regret it! Denon is world-renowned for making quality DVD Players that are exceptional in every sense! This DVD Player certainly lives up to all the hype! It support almost every format and is jam-packed with features. But, on the other hand, if you have a low-end television, then it is probably best if you stick with something like the Philips 3046 DVD Player (upgrade your television before buying this baby)!

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1 comment:

Namrita said...

I have a Denon DVD-1740 and I am facing a lot of problems. For one it does not play most of the dvds from the rental stores even the originals. Secondly, I think it heats up as half way through the movie it starts getting stuck and the image gets pixalated. Would recommend the cheaper alternative definitely.