Released October, 2008
The Pros:True 7.1 analog audio sound. Ethernet port, and 1GB flash memory for firmware updates. Plenty of outputs for various connection choices.
The Cons:DTS-HD via only bitstream. No IR ports. DTS-HD HR only available through firmware update.
The Samsung BD-P2500 is an interactive Blu-Ray disc player. It features a full 1080p high definition resolution and Dolby Digital Plus 7.1 channel analog surround sound; not to mention the additional support for Dolby TrueHD sound.
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This player incorporates a network to BD Live through an ethernet connection and has 1GB onboard memory for firmware and product upgrades, and also includes a USB 2.0 port. It contains all the necessary outputs; HDMI, Composite video outputs, Component video outputs, S-Video, Coaxial analog and digital, Optical Digital Audio outputs, and analog audio outputs. Many other Blu-Ray players with the same functionality and features cost nearly double the price or more. This product will be released sometime in October, 2008 with an MSRP of $399.
- Full 1080p HD with 24fps playback
- xvYCC Deep Color
- 10 bit/ 108MHz digital to analog conversion
- Silicon Optix HQV video processing engine for upscaling of standard DVDs to 1080p
- Supports VC-1/ MPEG-2/ H.264 video formats
- Can playback discs in the following formats: BD-ROM, BD-RE, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, AVCHD and audio CDs
- Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD audio support.
- True 7.1 analog audio outputs
- 24bit/ 192 kHz digital to analog conversion
- 1GB internal flash memory for BD Live.
- Compatible with BD Live 2.0, and Profile 1.1 and 1.0 bonus views.
- Sleek glossy black design
- release date: October, 2008
- price: 499.99 (MSRP)
User Reviews (3)
True 7.1 analog audio sound
Ethernet port, and 1GB flash memory for firmware updates
Plenty of outputs for various connection choices
Half the price of competitors
Able to stream Netflix movies
DTS-HD via only bitstream
DTS-HD HR only available through firmware update
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