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    Default Parasound readies new universal player

    It's not on Parasound's website yet, but here's the news....

    http://hiddenwires.co.uk/resourcesne...051031-10.html

    As much as others keep saying hi-rez is dying (or dead), hardware manufacturers keep hopping onboard....NAD, HK....and now, Parasound.

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    Halo D3
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    High and low end players are still being made, bought and sold. Just cuz Wal Mart and such dont sell Hi Rez does not mean they wont be available. It seems not to many new High Rez discs are being made, I all ready have enough to sastify my meager needs and continue to add more.

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    Very nice, but the silver Denon DVD players (5910, 3910, 2910, 2900) match the cosmetics of the Halo gear very closely and have been available for a long time, so that's what I have and will stick with. From what I hear, the pricing on the D3 will be close to the 5910. Too much for me. It's great to see Parasound getting back into the source business once again though. I didn't know they were also building a D200 model for their New Classic line.
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    1. JM Labs Electra 920.1 and CC30; MB Quart Vera Sub; Pioneer SC-57; Squeezebox Touch; Panasonic BDT-500 Blu-Ray; Samsung 52" LCD; FIOS; PS Audio Power Plant Premier; MIT S3 cables
    2. Polk SDA-SRS 2.3TL; Sonic Frontiers Line 3 SE; Classe Model 25; Marantz SA8004; Acoustech PH1P; Squeezebox Touch; Music Hall MMF7; PS Audio P1000; MIT S2 cables
    3. Polk SDA 2A; Parasound Halo JC-2 and A21; Musical Fidelity X-DAC; Squeezebox Touch; PS Audio 4.7; MIT S1 cables

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    Parasound's new Classic D200


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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Tse
    Parasound's new Classic D200

    I like,I like alot
    SDA CRS+4.1TL's/Modded SDA 1C's/Modded SDA SRS 3.1TL's/Modded SDA SRS 2.3TL's

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    OOOH purty!!!!
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    Looks like my Yamaha HTR-5450 LINK
    Better to have and not need than to need and not have!

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    That silver Parasound gear is absoloutely beautiful........and now a source!
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    [Lloyd Christmas voice]
    I like it alot
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    Sweet man Sweet.
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