Posted by Chet Bosco on 11/23/07 19:17
This is the 21st century. DVDs carry as much as 7.1 channels of discrete
stereophonic sound. It's absurd to look for a new player to incorporate
into a circa 1970 two channel stereo.
Look around at some of the inexpensive AV receivers that offer you Dolby
Digital and DTS along with remarkably efficient small speakers with a
sub woofer. The cost isn't all that much considering what you'll get.
Most include remote controls that can also be programed for other
Now, let's talk about that 21 inch Motorola console color TV you're
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@e23g2000prf.googlegroups.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org says...
> Hello - i have a query regarding what brand of DVD player i should
> purchase, with a particular requirement.
> I recently purchased a pair of hi end floorstanding stereo speakers, i
> got myself a 90 watt technics amplifier as well, i used to have a
> cyberhome DVD player hooked up to it. For the basic reason, that it
> had volume control on the remote, so i could keep the volume control
> on the amplifier constant and vary from the remote. (the amplifier
> does not have a remote, its an old model).
> My main question, what kind of DVD player in the current market would
> 1. a good display so that DVD mp3's in sub-folders can be navigated
> ( within reason.) with relative ease.
> 2. Will have a volume control on the remote so that the outgoing audio
> input from the player can be varied
> The dvd player application will be strictly for audio purpose only.
> Appreciate your inputs and your experiences on this.
> Best regards,
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