Denon has unveiled DBP-4010UD, a cool new Blu-ray disc player which meets world standards in audio-quality and comes with state of the art technology.
With the new Denon’s Blu Ray Player, you’ll be able to enjoy superb audio and video playback with all of the discs in your music and video collection, including Blu-ray, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD and music CD, along with Kodak and Fuji picture disc capabilities for added flexibility.The audio sections include full 7.1 analogue outputs with fully configurable bass management powered by Denon’s DDSC-HD dual 32 bit SHARC processors along with a separate stereo down-mix analogue output that features its own 24 bit D/A conversion.
Incorporating BD-Live (via Ethernet), the Denon DBP4010UD Blu Ray Player, is the world’s first player to feature built-in web browser and remote access capabilities, allowing iPhone and iPod Touch remote control via LAN/network as well as installer remote setup and configuration functionality.
Other features include BD-Live and BonusView support for a variety of bonus features with compatible Blu-ray movies. This extra material can range from commentaries and behind-the-scenes footage to online games. A slot on the front panel makes it easy to plug in an SD Card for saving downloaded BD-Live material. You can also use the DBP-2010 to display digital photos on your TV screen. Or, watch DivX® videos pulled off the web and the AVCHD home movies you’ve filmed with your high-def camcorder.
Denon DBP-4010UD will be available at the end of November in a black or silver finish at a suggested retail price of $3,200 which really isn’t much if you consider the features.