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Old 05-11-2009   #13
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That player should look much better with a Blu-ray disc than it will with a SD disc. Using a SD disc in it the video will be up-converted, but chances are the up-converter in your TV may be just as good. Also SD DVDs are interlaced native and if the deinterlacer and pull-down is done in the player for a 1080p/24 output, it may not be as good as letting the TV do it. I assume your talking about 1080p at 24 fps.
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Hmmm.. Doesnt sound too great to me


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Ray, please do not embed those invisible images in your posts.
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Hi, new member here. I'm sure these questions have been asked before, I just can't find them.

I am contemplating getting a wireless modem to connect to my Sony BDPS550 and Sony KDL-52XBR6. I realize that the best solution would be to run a Cat5 cable to each however the distance is well over 100' away. Neither the Blu-ray or the LCD have built in WiFi.

1. Without breaking the bank, what type of wireless modem would you recommend? Keep in mind the 100' distance.
2. What do I need at the other end to receive the signal? From there I could run two short Cat5 cables to each.

Thanks!

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You probably want to get a wireless router for the source and a wireless access point for the DVD player.
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Sony BDP-S560 seems to be a great player. Now with inclusion of Wi-Fi, sales will surely increase.
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