Blu-ray players Leaked Including Yamaha BD-S2900 - From product reviews.
Now we all love a good Blu-ray player, well in fact I prefer just to stick with a PS3 gaming console as it has a Blu-ray player and of course a hell of a lot cheaper. Anyway Yamaha are gearing up to unveil at least 3 new AV receivers on the world alongside a very high break the bank price Blu-ray player.
First up is the 7.1-channel RX-V1900 which apparently has USB, HDMI sockets, digital audio ports and a not known amount of power, this will be selling for around $1,399.95. Next up is the RX-V3900 for $1,899.95 and the RX-Z7 priced at around $2,699.95.
Anyway letâ€™s move onto the most interesting one, the many are calling it â€œmythicalâ€ Yamaha BD-S2900, this Blu-ray player is priced at $1,199.95 with specs that include 192kHz / 24-bit DACs, BonusView, support for 1080p24 / 12-bit Deep Color, the full list is below. Not too sure if these specs are correct but we are very sure that CEDIA will clear things up for us.
Specifications shown over on AVBuzz
â€¢ Profile 1.0 Version 1.1 compatibility
â€¢ Secondary Video/Audio for enhanced commentary or information
Virtual Package for new entertainment possibilities with SD Card
High Picture Quality
â€¢ 1080p/24fps-compatible HDMI video output
â€¢ 12-bit Deep Color â€¢ High quality video processing with Chroma Upsampling precise pixel
Generation and 16-step motion detection
â€¢ 1080p playback for DVDs, photos and personal video data
Magnificent Audio Performance
â€¢ Direct HD audio bitstream output: Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio (lossless); Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
â€¢ 192kHz/24-bit audio DAC
â€¢ Design matches top-class Yamaha receivers
â€¢ RS-232C interface for custom installation
â€¢ IR In/Out ports
â€¢ Yamaha SCENE compatibility
â€¢ On-screen display with GUI
â€¢ Dolby Digital and DTS decoders
â€¢ Extensive disc/format compatibility
â€¢ SDHC compatible SD Card slot
â€¢ Dialogue Enhancer
â€¢ Dynamic Range Compression
â€¢ 5 Picture Modes (Normal/Soft/Fine/Cinema/User)
â€¢ 3 illumination modes: Bright, Dim and Auto
BD-Video, BD-R (BD Video), BD-RE (BD-Video andJPEG),
DVD-Video, DVD-R/-RW (DVD-VideoDVD-VR, AVCHD),
DVD+R/+RW (+VR, AVCHD),DVD-ROM (DVD-VR, JPEG, AVCHD)
CD, CD-R/-RW(CD-DA, MP3, JPEG) and SD/SDHC (JPEG, AVCHD)