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Old 4th November 2006, 01:20 AM   #1
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Default Mitsubishi DD-8040: to mod or not to mod?

http://www.epinions.com/pr-Mitsubish...ay_~full_specs " ... Coupled with ["true"] progressive scan and DVD-Audio, the DD-8040 has [had] it all. ..." mine is circa late 2003.

Anyway, the reason I got it is that it plays all the dvd formats plus both DVD-A @ 96k and HDAD @ 192K ... plus there is a reasonably good digital to analog converter that outputs to 6 RCA connectors that are supposed to be = Dolby 5.1.

The price was right and it works just fine although the S-Video output is a little bright.

Anyone have any modification suggestions for improving the audio ??

I'm pretty sure the internal power supply has some room for improvement and there may be some interesting things done to the connectors, etc.

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