Summary: Don't watch with it, just listen to CD's right now. Do most of my watching streaming via Netflix, etc. But, it's great and was easy to connect to the denon A/V unit. I love listening to music on my Denon systems -- phono, universal disc player and A/V tuner.
Summary: New unit, never opened. Did update when I received it and unit worked perfect till I packed it away for upcoming relocation. Used On LG Electronics 60LA7400. Ran video hdmi straight to Tv and other output to Denon Avr-4308ci, since it doesn't do 3d or 3d passthru.
Summary: I run the Denon DBT-3313UDCI Player through a Pioneer Elite SC55 Receiver to an older Pioneer Plasma Display, the 42" PRO-930HD. Both the Denon Blu-Ray and the Pioneer Receiver provide "upscaling" technologies, which result in sharp and beautiful video output on the plasma display.
Pros: All good: plenty of connectivity, superior internal technology to maximize both video and audio outputs for various A/V system configurations, and easy on-screen setup menus.
Cons: None. The price may be negative to some, but in accordance with the truism that "you get what you pay for", the high price of this unit is worth paying to obtain the outstanding audio and video experience the unit provides.
Summary: This new Denon offers DVD that is near HD quality; exceptional color, detail, and depth in Blu-ray; and the best CD audio I have heard from any hardware to date, especially when using Denon-Link.
Pros: Quick to load, and superior performance in every format.
Cons: Drawer that won't open far enough makes loading and unloading discs a bit problematic.
Summary: Back in 2005 I upgraded my HT with Denon DVD-3910 player and 5.1 125Watts per/channel audio system, and upgraded my HDTV to Sony`s "LAST" 34" CRT HDTV that cost about $10k.I read the reviews on Denon`s "NEW" DBT-3313UDCI BR player and AVR-3313CI RX.
Pros: Two great products Denon`s DBT-3313UDCI and AVR-3313CI.
Summary: I don't know if it's because I bought the matching Denon 3313CI receiver, but DBT-3313UDCI was a wonderful addition to my home theater. Plenty of great engineering and flawless execution, I would recommend this to anyone thinking of putting together a first rate system.