How do you take standard-definition DVD and turn it into a hi-def-style signal? Easy: buy a player that has a built-in scaler, like the mighty Denon DVD-3910.
Able to turn a basic 576-line picture signal into a scaled 720- or 1080-line image, it’s a powerful video processor in DVD guise – and it also comes with both HDMI and DVD-D digital video outputs to ensure all that picture tweakery isn’t frittered away in the analogue quagmire of a Scart cable.
This player will make even the most used and abused disc in your collection look buffed, polished and frighteningly good. It’s a keeper.