Denon has announced the latest addition to their Blu-ray line-up: The DBP-2010.
I want to call it a high-end Blu-ray player but it isn't really. Not compared to some of Denon's other Blu-ray machines. Mind you, this one costs £599 and not £3,300 like the VD-A1UD.
That's not to say that the DBP-2010 isn't a good bit of kit because, a quick look at the spec, will show you that it is.
It has Profile 2.0 capability with built in BD-Live and Bonus View via the ethernet port. It can play multiple formats - pretty much any shiny circular disc you can imagine - and it has 10-bit video processing for both HD and SD viewing. It also offers upconversion and IP scaling up to 1080p.
Sound wise it features 7.1 analogue outputs with full decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. For music via CD it has a dedicated two-channel analogue audio output. The DBP-2010 also supports DivxHD and AVCHD playback from HD camcorders.
It's out this month and, as mentioned, it's going to set you back £599. You can get it in either black or silver. Interested? If so, check availability via Denon.
In an interview with OLED Info, Won Kim, LG's vice president of OLED sales and marketing confirmed that the electronics conglomerate will be releasing a 15-inch OLED TV in its native Korea in December 2009 - January 2010. Kim went on to say that a global roll-out will follow.
Last month we told you how Sony are planning to release a 21-inch OLED TV at around the same time as LG are predicting their 15-inch release. Samsung and Panasonic are both aiming for 40-inch versions during 2010 as well. It seems like the competition in the OLED market is really hotting up.
Kim also hinted that LG have not completely dismissed the notion of OLED screens on their mobile phones as has been recently speculated. He said that two phones had been tailored in Korea with OLED screens and stated that "OLED phones will not only survive entrenched LCD ones but position as a premium segment".
(via OLED Info)
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