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Old 18th February 2004, 02:24 PM   #1
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Default CD vs DVD? Audio choice?

I've read some of the CD player threads and it seems that many gravitate towards the older quality equipment, like the Revox, older Phillips and Magnavox CD players. Also recommended for a single tray CD was the Marantz CD-94, though I see the Marantz CD-6x's are popular too. What are your thoughts on the Denon CD players? Also the Nakamichi CDP-2A's? The one's on Ebay have gone unpurchased. Any reason why? Finally, the JVC DVD player we're usin at the house has a PDA type process. Are the older dual 16 bit processors better? 20 bit? I want to primarily play music and there seems to be a lot of good deals on the Denon equipment.
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