Home Video Asylum

TVs, VCRs, DVD players, Home Theater systems and more.

the TV and pre-pro could go on forever...

By the way that particular model was $20,000 CDN in 2002; I paid $13,000 in 2003. Anyway, my plan always was to bring the whole system up to current SOTA, provided that I could sort the wheat (4K) from the chaff (3D). Where I am now is, within a year I want a pre-pro that does 4K and Atmos (I could go 5.1.2) and a 4K TV. I 'll then upgrade the Oppo to the upcoming BDP-205. And that should be it for the rest of my natural days.

Quite frankly UHD Blu-ray and such don't really impress me much: not because of anything technical so much as a lack of content that will ever be meaningful to me. I can get as much pleasure from watching Casablanca off the Fibe TV DVR in the bedroom on the 51" Samsung F5500 plasma ($600) and Polk Audio MagniFi Mini ($400) as I'll get from any system, regardless of specs. But I'm ready to play the game one more time, as long as I don't have to compromise the visual or auditory playback of my thousands of "legacy" discs.


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