'good DVD upscaling'
'Ergonomic- one of the most compact Blu-Ray players available. '
'Connectivity options are basic but adequate.'
'The picture quality is ridiculous.'
'superior build quality'
'high performance and build-quality consumers'
'Text shows aliasing and lacks crispness; most images are soft at the end of the day. '
'Build quality seems poor, remote is cheap.'
'slim, glossy black design'
'It is outdated and out featured by today’s standard.'
'great video and audio performance'
'The colors are excellent and the picture is crisp connected to my Samsung LCD television via the HDMI port.'
'surround sound decoding'
'The player looks quite solid.'
'highest resolution Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD digital multi-channel audio compatibility'
'The HD-A35 measures nearly 17 inches wide by two-and-a-half inches tall and almost 13 inches deep, weighing about seven-and-a-quarter pounds.'
'The many dark scenes are never murky on a good display, and there aren't more than a handful of shots here that aren't in tight, crisp focus, including long shots with a startling depth of field.'
'On that basis, the HD-A35, at a little over 2" high and 7.5 lbs soaking wet, looks a bit scrawny next to the "old" HD-XA1 .'
'The image is highly detailed and has a great colour range.'
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