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    Default DVD player for a 65" HD RPTV?

    Looking for something at or under 200 bucks for a 65" tv. Anyone have good suggestions? My current player seems to have off colors. Everything has a yellowish ting (using component inputs). I'm not sure if this cheapish tosh player is going but I'm guessing it couldnt hurt to upgrade from that 50 dollar player to something slightly nicer.

    P.S. any idea why the picture could be going weird on that DVD player?

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    Look for a Denon 910 on eBay. I have seen refurbed and almost new ones going for $125 to $150. Lot's of good press on the Panasonic S77, which I believe Onecall has for around $200.
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    anyone know anything about the Oppo OPDV971H

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    Do you have an HDMI input?

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    no HDMI on this tv as far as I know....sad :(

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    Most mid-range and higher dvd players send their best upsampling and HD material through hdmi. Since you'll probably stick with component, the lower end models would be just fine for you like the yamaha s550 and other model/brands in the $100 price range.

    If you're not using HDMI you won't get proper value from an HDMI capable player. :(

    Btw; better to check if you have a bad component cable just incase it's not the tosh player. :D
    Last edited by Ferres; 12-26-2005 at 03:44 PM.

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