Published on July 8th,2011 at 11:33 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Onkyo new introduces a new Universal player with the BD-SP809

Onkyo new introduces a new Universal player with the BD-SP809

Onkyo, Japanese most beloved Audio brand is also extremely popular overseas, and the announcement in the US of a new Universal Blu-Ray Player, the BD-SP809 just prove how much Onkyo is a great company!

Announced for august at a $599 suggested retail price, the BD-SP809 is made to support everything, from CDs, DVDs and BRs, as well as most common video and audio format available on the market with DviX HD, MP3, WMA via USB of stored on your NAS! Not only the BD-SP809 is DLNA 1.5 but also support many of US best VoD Services including VUDU, Netflix, Blockbuster….
Compatible with most audio standards including DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD, the BD-SP809 is THE Blu-Ray player you must own if you are looking for one right now!

Onkyo, a leading specialist in hi-fi and home theater, has announced the release of the BD-SP809, the company’s new top-of-the-line THX® Certified Blu-ray Disc player. The BD-SP809 handles a wide range of disc media, includes sophisticated home-network functionality that supports one of the more recent developments in home entertainment, video on demand (VOD).

As well as playing the latest 3D-encoded Blu-ray Discs, the BD-SP809 plays virtually all the major types of CD and DVD—including those encoded with popular compressed formats such as DivX HD, MP3, and WMA. Furthermore, it features a USB port that enables users to play audio and video files from a USB mass storage device.

Owners with a local network set-up in their home can use the BD-SP809 to incorporate videos, music, and photos sent from a DLNA 1.5-certified media server. By enabling users to integrate their computer-based content with their home theater systems, this feature promotes greater convergence in home entertainment.

The Onkyo BD-SP809 video-on-demand capabilities allow consumers to stream movies and TV shows directly to their TVs in HD- or SD-quality video through the Netflix, Blockbuster, Film Fresh, and VUDU services.

Video sources played through the BD-SP809 are rendered with superb image quality. Onboard Qdeo™ technology from Marvell ensures pristine deinterlacing, noise-reduction, and 1080p upscaling. Meanwhile, the player’s twin HDMI® outputs allow users to switch easily between two displays, such as a main TV for casual viewing and a projector for movies and sports.

The BD-SP809 supports high-definition audio formats in the form of DTS-HD Master Audio™ and Dolby® TrueHD. The integrity of these lossless formats is preserved by the player’s high-precision clock and by a construction design that incorporates separate blocks for video/audio circuitry and a vibration-reducing top cover.

The BD-SP809 has been THX® certified in recognition of its superior build quality, versatile functionality, and high performance levels. Onkyo presents it as an ideal playback source to complement the company’s popular A/V receivers and home-theater speaker packages.

The Onkyo BD-SP809 will be available in August with a suggested retail price of $599.

Via Onkyo USA
              
Onkyo new introduces a new Universal player with the BD-SP809
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Comments
 

  • http://www.facebook.com/OgyRoss Agustin Ross

    I dont think there is a market for high end Blu Ray players anymore.

    All it needs to have is one HDMI output, and as long as it bit-streams Dolby True HD and DTS HD master audio, and does 1080p 24, its good enough.

    $100 BD players can do that now.

    With DVD it was understandable since you could upscale DVDs to 1080p using high end chips like the HQV Reon.

    But until we start to see 4k (or higher) displays, upscaling of blu rays wont be necessary.

 

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