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Was told my Marantz DV 4001 played HD. It does not recognize HD DVDs

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This model of which you speak is NOT an HD-DVD or BluRay player.
It can output an HD (1080i) signal, but you better have the media on a medium it can read. i.e - Burn an HD (High-res DivX) movie to a DVD+R or such.

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