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Samsung ships compact BD-D7000 3D Blu-ray player

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2011

Good news for those of you in Korea. That’s where Samsung has begun shipping the compact BD-D7000 Blu-ray player with 3D playback. Its design delivers a full Blu-ray player in a package that is about half the size of typical players and weighs just portable 2.4lbs.

The player was first seen at CES and also does apps and and has other smart features thanks to built-in Wi-Fi. Samsung’s Hyper Real Engine helps process the video, which minimizes noise without sacrificing the sharpness of the image. Other features include Dolby 7.1 surround sound support and it will upconvert 2D content to 3D.

LG BD670 Blu-ray Player With Wi-Fi

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2011

LG Electronics has announced the BD670 Blu-ray 3D player. It features Smart TV Access and Integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, which means that you can get thousands of movies, apps, shows and online videos straight to your TV from your wireless Internet connection.

You can also download a special app for your iPod touch, iPhone or Android-based smartphone that turns your handset into a remote control for the BD670. The LG BD670 Blu-ray player also uses 1080p up-scaling of standard DVDs for near high-definition viewing.

New Toshiba REGZA RB2 TVs with Blu-ray players

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2011

Toshiba has introduced a new line of REGZA RB2 TVs for those of us also in need of a Blu-ray player. The new REGZA RB2 TVs will come with Blu-ray players built directly into the TV, saving you the hassle of buying them seperately.

The RB2 TVs come in 3 different sizes. There’s the 26″ 26RB2 for $1,269, the 32″ 32RB2 for $1,390 and the 40″ 40RB2 for $2,055. The REGZA RB2 TVs are now available in Japan, and might even hit our shores after a bit.

Samsung ready to show off 23mm-thick 3D Blu-ray player at CES

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

Samsung is still obsessed with making the world’s thinnest Blu-ray player and so the company’s now announced plans to slim things down even more with a 23mm-thick unit that will be unveiled at CES 2011.

We don’t know much, but we do know it will play back native 3D content and convert 2D to “quasi-3D,” it will also come in a metallic, wall-mountable chassis, and it will feature YouTube, Facebook and Twitter integration.

LG BD690: The first Blu-ray player certified for Wi-Fi Direct

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2010

LG’s BD690 has become the first Blu-ray player to get Wi-Fi Direct certification, allowing it to stream direct communication to other Wi-Fi devices without any middle-devices. There are no details on shipping or pricing just yet, but hopefully it will arrive soon.

The BD690 is expected to be able to stream Netflix, Vudu, and DLNA network content, as well as playing DivX HD 1080p content. Color us extremely interested.

Sharp announces super slim BD-HP90 3D Blu-ray player

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2010

Sharp’s latest 3D Blu-ray player is the BD-HP90, which is said to be the slimmest in the world. This player measures just 35mm thin and you can use it vertically or horizontally. As far as connectivity, you get a USB port, an HDMI interface, Ethernet and AQUOS Link.

It will do it’s duty with 3D Blu-ray discs, just be aware that it doesn’t support BDXL. The BD-HP90 should hit Japanese markets on November 20th for $495.

Yamaha Blu-ray player with Netflix, YouTube streaming

Posted in Yamaha by Conner Flynn on November 1st, 2010

Yamaha has introduced the BD-A1000, a “universal Blu-ray player” with streaming capabilities. This model allows you to play Blu-ray discs, DVDs, SACDs, DVD Audio discs and web-based media like Netflix, YouTube and Blockbuster. What else do you need?

It’s dual USB ports can also be used to attach an external hard drive or thumb drive. Full HD Audio decoding is supported, with four two-channel DACs that split the signal into a 7.1-channel analog output. The BD-A1000 is now available now and will cost you $700.


Sharp BD-HP90S 3D Blu-ray Player is skinny

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on September 3rd, 2010

Sharp is all set to release a new feature-rich 3D Blu-ray player in November, called the Sharp BD-HP90S. This slim Blu-ray player can play 2D or 3D Blu-ray discs and packs in Wi-Fi to grab BD-Live content from the web without wires. There is also a USB port that allows media playback from external drives.

LED indicators let you know if you are watching movies in 3D, or Aquos “Pure Mode” for enhanced images. The Sharp BD-HP90S 3D Blu-ray player is priced at £379.99 or about $584.

Samsung BD-C8000 Portable 3D Blu-ray Player

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Samsung has just introduced a new line of Blu-ray players that include their first portable 3D model, the BD-C8000, which will do 3D movies when attached through an HDMI output. The 10.3-inch display is only good for movies in 2D, though. As for battery life, you’ll get up to three hours on a full charge. You also get 1GB of internal memory, and Wi-Fi for BD-Live. The BD-C8000 is shipping now for $500.

Some other new Blu-ray players include the BD-C7900, C6800, and the C5900. The C7900 is the most promising, with dual HDMI outputs and other Internet features like Blockbuster, Netflix and Pandora. The C6800 has just one HDMI output, while the C5900 is an entry-level player.

Inkel VR-654BD Blu-ray player with integrated 7.1-channel AV receiver

Posted in Receivers by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Inkel is offering folks in South Korea the VR-654BD Blu-ray player, which comes equipped with a built-in 7.1-channel AV receiver for your home theater system. Of course there’s Blu-ray and DVD support, but the device also features USB 2.0 connectivity as well.

Some other features include the ability to handle DivX and XviD file format playback straight from a USB flash drive, DB Live 2.0, and an integrated FM tuner radio. It should hit the South Korea market by the end of this month for $600. We may see it elsewhere soon after.

LG’s BX580 network 3D Blu-ray player now shipping

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2010

Still looking for an HDMI 1.4-compatible Blu-ray player? LG’s BX580 hopes that you’ll notice it and put it in your livingroom. The device is now shipping, more or less on schedule with what we reported back in May.

It is however $100 less than the $400 we expected. Amazon has it listed at $399, but add it to your shopping cart and it’s only $299.86. Not bad at all. Who’s buying one?


LG’s $400 BX580 network 3D Blu-ray player shipping soon

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2010

LG’s latest Blu-Ray player has it all. The BX580 is a network 3D Blu-ray with HDMI (v 1.4), Wi-Fi, DLNA, external HDD support, NetCast and a USB connector. And now we know when it will ship, more or less. The BX580 has just shown up on Amazon’s website, priced at $399.99 and it’s listed as the company’s first network 3D Blu-ray player.

It will handle all of the upcoming 3D Blu-ray titles and ships with NetCast Entertainment Access, giving users the ability to enjoy web content.

Samsung’s first 3D Blu-ray player available for pre-order

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2010

3D TVs aren’t even available yet, neither are 3D Blu-ray discs. But if you want to buy into the whole 3D craze I guess you better start buying stuff. How long the fad will last is anybody’s guess, but hey at least you’ll be all set right?

Samsung’s BD-C6900 is the company’s first 3D Blu-ray player, and its available now for pre-order on Amazon. Samsung wants you to buy your 3D gear now, not later when you can actually use it. You can still put on the glasses and pretend. Who’s going to know?

Philips unveils the BDP7500 Blu-ray player

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2009

Philips unveils the BDP7500 Blu-ray playerIf you’re in the market for a new Blu-ray player, Philips just unveiled its new Profile 2.0 Blu-ray player, the BDP7500. This player has good looks and some interesting features.

Features like 1080p 24fps Full HD images, with support for 7.1 lossless formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, 1GB of internal storage for BD-Live content and it’s compatible with a variety of formats like DivX Ultra, H.264, VC-1, JPEG and MP3. It’ll cost you £249 (or $405).

Sony BDP-N460 video streaming Blu-ray Player with Netflix for $250

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2009

Sony BDP-N460 video streaming Blu-ray Player with Netflix for $250The BDP-N460 is the Sony Blu-ray player we’ve all been waiting for, but it’s missing a few important things. The most important being Wi-Fi. For $250 it streams video through Bravia Internet Video and that includes Netflix. In place of Wi-Fi, it features “specially designed” software for Linksys’s $100 Wi-Fi dongle. Ummm, that’s just not right Sony.

Once you add the $100 for the dongle, it’s about the same price as other Blu-Ray players on the market that actually have Wi-Fi.

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