Ultra rare features on this Denon DVD Player/ Even better quality
28 June 2014
Summary: MINE, MINE, MINE...good luck finding yours anywhere. This Denon DVD unit plays discontinued SACD medium, discontinued DVD-Audio medium, discontinued HDCD medium and has a HDMI up-conversion output to boot. It has a six channel output for receiver/preamp units with six channel input.
Summary: I already have a good Blu-Ray player but wanted something that could handle the various audio formats: SACD, HDCD, and DVD-A. This old component is as good as an Oppo BDP-93 I own for my Home Theatre. Audio quality out of the box is on par with the Oppo.
Summary: LIST PRICE IS $1,380 ( FAIR PRICE USED IS $375.00 to 500.00 Detailed item info Product Information Experience excellent audio and video quality with the Denon DVD-2910! Music lovers will love this Denon Audio Video player, which preserves even the lowest frequency audio signals that are often lost...
Summary: I've had one of these players for several years. Like many people, I have a pretty large collection of DVDs and an HDTV. I also don't want to pay a lot of money for Blu-Ray movies. The nice thing about this player is that it upscales DVDs to 1080i, so the picture is better than out of a standard DVD...
Summary: Have been using the Denon DVD 2910 now for 2 months and it's perfomance/value is terrific. As a pure CD player (using the "all off" mode) its performance is much better than my previous CAT CD player, which cost $1800--- sweeter highs, clean lows, and a full mid-range.
Summary: We recently installed a home theater and thought we'd save a little money my keeping our cheap DVD player that worked fine with a 27" TV. This cheap DVD player produced numerous annoying video artifacts. Tried the Denon 2910 and the difference was amazing!
Summary: The new breed of HDMI/DVI players fall into 3 groups: first, the low-end players, typically under $250; second, the mid-tier entries that range from the mid-hundreds to about a thousand; and third, the top-line boxes that cost thousands.
Summary: I got this player for Christmas after buying a new rear-projection TV (Samsung 4674W). I spent an afternoon in the store trying players and the Denon was the lowest-priced player which didn't show weird artifacts in the picture like strange colors, flashing white lines, "snow" or "bugs" flying...