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Old 07-25-2011, 09:22 PM   #4
Dwayne Dwayne is offline
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Originally Posted by ewsjr View Post
Mainly, 110 wired, 210 WiFi, 310 WiFi, dual HDMIs. Same PQ. Also Touch Free Sensor on the 210 and 310. The 310 is there to support ppl with older AVR that can't pass through HDMI 1.4 3D signals. So, if you have an AVR that only supports HDMI 1.3 and you have a 3D TV, you will need 310. With 210, you will be limited either only 2D viewing or no hi-def audio. If you already have a HDMI 1.4 AVR, 310 is not needed. I have had the 110 for a month or so and it's a very, very good player. Loads fast and the PQ (connected to 42ST30 1080p panny plasma) is great, especially impressed with dvd upscaling. Really, really nice. I'm assuming this would be consistent on the other two models.
The 310 has some additional audio features such as vacume tube amp sound effects and some feature that renders 2d video to a 3d video effect. Does the 210 offer these features. Also is the remote as small and cheap as what I have read. I am interested in either the 210 or 310 but do not care about 3D at all. The vacume tube amp effects might be neat.
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