Sony Bdps380 Blu Ray / Dvd Player Multi Region (Dvd Side Only) With Free Hdmi Cable Sold By Best Av Centre
Sony Bdps380 Blu Ray Dvd Player Multi Region Dvd Side Only With Free Hdmi Cable Sold By Best Av Centre at Amazon
International player version: Play discs from any country (multi region/region free). 110-240 voltage. NTSC and PAL compatible- DVD REGION 0 BLU-RAY REGIONS A. B. C – Connect a network thru the Ethernet port or stream from a USB. This player will play almost any file format: Divx avis (the player is Divx Ultra certified). MKVs. Xvid avis. VCDs. SVCDs. AVCHDs. music cds. etc. Connect through the best connection available for your TV – HDMI. Component Video. Composite Video. Coaxial. Optical. Progressive scan and upscaling DVDs to High Def (720p. 1080i. 1080p). Player Specifications: Blu-ray Disc Player * BD profile 2.0 * BD live * PAL/NTSC output format up to 1080p FORMAT- MPEG2/H.264/VCI * AC3 * DTS * Linear PCM * DTS HD * Dolby Digital Plus * Dolby True HD MEDIA HD Disc Format – Blu-ray Disc * BD-Rom/R/RE * DVD Video * DVD- RW/R * DVD+ RW/R * CD-DA/CD-RW/R .OUTPUT TERMINALS – Coaxial Digital Audio Ouptuts: 1 * USB Slot: 1 * Composite Video Ouptuts: 1 * Analog Audio Outputs (L/R): 2 channels * Analog Audio Outputs: 7.1 channels * (Optional) * Analog Audio Outputs (Multi CH): 1 (5. 1 CH) * Component Video Outputs (L/R): 1 * HDM Outputs (Version 1.3): 1 . VIDEO PLAYBACK. Picture Enhancement: Progressive Scan. Video Upscaling. High Def (720p. 1080i. 1080p) * Compression Formats: H.264. VC-1. MPEG2. MPEG4 * Playback Media: BD Profile 2.0. BD-R/RE 2.0. DVD. DVD-Video. DVD+R/+RW. DVD-R/-RW. DivX . AUDIO PLAYBACK. Sound System: Dolby Digital. DTS. Dolby Tru HD. DTS 2.0 + Digital Out * Compression Format: MP3. PCM. Dolby Digital DTS * Playback Media: MP3-CD. CD-R/RW. CD. MP3-DVD .CONNECTIVITY – HDMI. USB. Ethernet. Component Video. Composite Video. Coaxial. Optical
- Amazon Sales Rank: #2783 in Home Theater
- Brand: SW
- Plays Blu Rays and DVD from any country: Blu Ray A, B, C Multi Region Multi Zone; DVD region 0 (all – region free), NTSC and PAL compatible
- Plays closely any file format including Divx avis (the player is Divx Ultra certified) MKV Xvid avi VCD SVCD AVCHD music cds.
- Plug in in any country (110-240 voltage. no votage converter needed. just a prong adapter if to be applied outsde of North America).
- Connect to a network thru the Ethernet port or stream from a USB.
- Fast on loading both DVDs and Blu-Ray discs. Also remembers your place on DVDs if you remove them
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful.
Very versatile player
It will play just about anything including Divx avis (the player is Divx Ultra certified), MKVs, Xvid avis, VCDs, SVCDs, music cds, etc. Lotsa stuff the Curtis 1102 won’t play. Also, unlike the Curtis this unit has SPDIF and Optical audio outputs and component video outputs as well as HDMI output. It’s NTSC and PAL compatible. To use the USB port to play files, you have to push the “media center” button on the remote. Pretty fast on loading both DVDs and Blu-Ray discs. Also remembers your place on DVDs if you remove them. Something the Curtis doesn’t have. Also plays AVCHDs. Files on discs and through the USB port are identified by their name, codec, running time and pixel size.
The playback quality is very sharp – Blu Rays are crystal clear and DVD upscale amazingly well too.
15 of 19 people found the following review helpful.
Multi regional versatile player
I bought this player from large brick-and-mortar retailer and AMAZING! – right out of the box it can play DVD and BD from all regions! This is a legal non-hacked version of the player indeed!
This player is VERY fast and responsive to commands. Nice.
I only used HDMI audio and video. It sends ALL forms of audio bitstreamed via HDMI just fine, and I tried uncommon types like 6.1 TrueHD and 6.1 DTS-HD MA with no problem. The common 5.1 and 7.1 HD formats are fine, as are all PCM. Likewise with DD 5.1 EX and DTS 6.1-ES (both discrete and matrixed) from DVDs. Short: no limitations when bitstreaming current DVD and BD audio formats.
I tried the R2 Narnia: Prince Caspian DVD, and it also looked very fine, no worse than I remembered it from an Oppo 2 weeks ago. So, we know the other region feature works, and still looks very good when outputting in *PAL*.
FF speeds are similar to the Oppo, up to 32X. Remote is very usable…let’s just say it’s a lot more usable (to me) than some remotes from certain companies who sell stuff at 20X+ the price (cough Denon/Anthem). Buttons have shape differentiation and decent spacing (unlike Sony’s PS3 BT remote e.g.). Also decent IR output level and sensor sensitivity. (I expect most people will use another remote if they keep the player, as I will, but JIC.) There is a player-specific control menu (unusual IME) that you can pop up at any time, unlike the player Setup menu which you can’t. You can view and change quite a few parameters from there, but some you can’t change (typically separate buttons for those). Displays separate audio and video bitrates which are occasionally interesting (Oppo can’t, PS3 can).
In case people lost track of the reason this player is “interesting” throughout my verbosity, it is because it can play all regions of DVD and BD (well, theoretically, I do not have discs from all regions). I am not at all suggesting it should be selected instead of one of the other name-brand BDPs in the $150-200 range, for the typical R1/A user. But if you want a BDP that steps outside these regions, you pretty much need to go off-brand guts these days in North America.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Nice DVD Player
By Roger Wade
I have been extremely impressed with this product. No waiting around for long times while it’s loading. Gets right to the task of playing the DVD. Colors are great with no slow downs of the movie. For the price…hard to beat. This one replaced a higher priced Panasonic, that drove me nuts waiting on it, and it would stop or pause the movie briefly from time to time. I say “buy this one”, if you want a very good but not too expensive Player.
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