Tuesday, 01 November 2005
audio/video system has changed dramatically over past couple years. A
while back, my rack consisted of a CD player, SACD player, DVD player,
VHS deck, preamplifier, surround sound processor and several power
amplifiers. Of course, then there were the miles of cable it took to
hook the endless string of components together. Not to mention the
remotes. But that was then, and this is now. Today’s modern audio/video
enthusiast has options, like receivers and universal disc players,
which over the years have made huge strides in quality and performance,
leaving a lot of the “traditional” solutions in the dust.
Enter Denon’s 3910 single-disc, DVD-A/SACD Progressive
Scan Universal Disc player, a source component that literally plays
everything. One player, multiple formats: what could be better? I have
been on the lookout for a good universal player for several months,
because I’ve just had it with maintaining multiple players. Luckily
Denon, as well as other manufacturers, ...