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    HEXUS.lifestyle - reviews :: Evesham DVD1000 player

    'If you want the best picture from your DVD collection then this player is a must'

    That's some statement from the folks over at Evesham Technology. It relates to the company's DVD1000 player, which upscales your standard-definition DVDs to high-definition, via HDMI.
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    Sounds darn average for the price. Has anyone tried the cheap Scan Pro or Nortek ones for comparison? At £50 the fair undercut the Evesham one, with some interesting extra features.

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    Not as yet, but we're planning to get more cheap-o upscaling players in ASAP.

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      • Memory:
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      • Storage:
      • Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB NVMe PCIe M.2 2280
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    Cool, it would be an interesting group test, especially if there were a couple of expensive ones in the mix. Could there be some sort of bang-for-buck scale or is it far too subjective?

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