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The Denon DVD-558 is progressive scan DVD player that is capable of upconverting to 1080p through HDMI interface.

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Pros

lots of buttons on the front - doesn't require the remote control for basic playback

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automatically remembers DVD playback positions when the unit is turned off

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built with Burr-Brown audio DACs - produces better sound than most DVD players

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good legacy connection support - includes jacks for all the major output cables

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Cons

poor remote control - built with lots of small buttons

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not compatible with DVD+R discs

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expensive - costs more than most HDMI-enabled DVD players

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the DVD tray is flimsy in comparison to the rest of the unit

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busy front panel - not the most aesthetically pleasing design

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The Denon DVD-558 is progressive scan DVD player that is capable of upconverting to 1080p through HDMI interface. The player has 12-bit 108 MHz video processing and Burr-Brown 24/192 Audio DACs, and can play CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, MP3, WMA audio and JPEG disks. The Denon DVD-558 has composite, component and S-video output, and coxial and optical digital output, as well as HDMI 1.1.

Features
  • Progressive scan
  • Upconvert to 1080p via HDMI
  • 12-bit 108 MHz video processing
  • Burr-Brown 24/192 Audio DACs
  • Compatible with CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, MP3, WMA audio and JPEG disks
  • Composite, component and S-video output
  • Coxial and optical digital output
  • HDMI 1.1
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