Ever since it's introduction the slim and sexy Harman Dvd37 player has been our best seller. Multi-region adjusted (cough cough), Upscaling and HDMi output as well as progressive component are all items in its arsenal. So what makes the picture so special. Unlike most players that have video outputs for HDMi, Component, Svideo, Composite and Scart/RGB, the Harman only feeds the output that you select via the set-up menu. This then, does not weaken the video output by splitting it to many different connections. The result - great picture that leads the class in its price. Now that makes sense that you can really see.
For those seeking a universal player of the finest calibre, there can be few contenders offering quite the same level of performance and panache as Primare’s new DVD30.
Uncompromising in its selection of the finest components, the DVD30’s innovative circuit topology promises class leading standards of reliability and performance allied with an impressive range of features.
Equipped with the latest triple 192 kHz/24-bit audio DACs and fully balanced outputs, the DVD30 will provide sound quality of an exceptionally high standard. DVD-A, DVD, DVD-R/RW, SACD, CD, CD-R & MP3 are all handled with equal dexterity.
The highly regarded pixelworks™ and Analog Devices video processors combine to create exceptional digital and analogue video outputs. The DVi output, capable of 720 and 1080 resolutions, provides the optimal digital video transmission for today’s DLP projectors, TFT screens and Plasmas. For a display device with analogue video inputs the DVD30 provides multiple options including: Component video, Composite and S-Video outputs. Progressive scan is available for both PAL and NTSC material. Sixteen video parameter adjustments and three user memories provide complete control of image optimisation.
Working with the adage - you get what you pay for - the Primare offers class leading performance.