Situation: My nice asked me for a new DVD-player (quick, OC ), as the old one gets increasingly picky on self-made DVDs.
Priority is reliable DVD R+ playback on burnt discs and HDMI with upscale function.
This is what I came up with so far in the lower price segment, Sony devices up to 50€ all seem to lack HDMI
Now my actual question is: are there manufacturers well known for being least / most picky handling self-authored burnt Video DVDs?
- LG DP 522H
- Toshiba SD3010KE
- ok. OPD420 (didn't even heard of this brand yet)
Thanks in advance for any input on this
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Last edited by tuco76; 1st Jun 2015 at 09:27.
Why even opt for a DVD player, get a Blu-ray player which plays DVDs as well, you should be able to get one for about $40 at Walmart.
Go with the Toshiba. On the basis of reputation.
Don't ask why, no offence but must be a women-thing I guess
I figure a "specialized" device will deliver better quality for the money, concerning upscale and overall.
(I'm located in Europe btw )
@smrpix Thanks again, I'm pretty sure the Toshiba was the best choice.
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