Great news pezzr, look forward to your thoughts on the Arcam :Thi guys , i have her , Tuesday set aside for rebuilding racks and setting up , wont be a bad thing unplugging and reconnecting everthing , only 2.2 software so Arcam are going to send me 2.3 , still no news except maybe July for BD player , let the good times begin , any tips from people on setting up , have a stand for the mike to sit on for calibration etc and will banish girlfriend and dog from house when doing so .
If you want all the bells and whistles then Denon are usually more popular, but if you want pure fidelity then Arcam IMO wins hands downsI am biassed towards DSX with (11 ch) or without (9 ch) back surrounds. The Denon does this. And there's the room correction capabilities of the Denon also.
, I even would like to try Auro-3D.
OTOH, sound quality and musicality are also key...
John,Hi J, thanks for the welcome, all is good and I hope all is well with you too?
It's been a while
Yes JJ, the Panasonic is utterly superb with its picture performance and indeed offers so many tweaks which can be performed, I have the 50" model but another 10" on top must be very very nice!John,
That is awesome you purchased a Panasonic GT50 as well. The UK GT50 offers some neat features like the ability to record HD and things like Freeview/Freesat. The GUI is also different and you get ISF Controls as well.
About the only advantage of the North American GT50 is that it is available in 55, 60, and 65 inch models as well. I ended up getting the 60GT50 in July and it has utterly transformed my HT.