Monday, February 2, 2009

Denon Delays DVD-A1UD Blu-ray Player

Denon Delays DVD-A1UD Blu-ray Player

Denon has run into a snag, hence the delay of its DVD-A1UD Blu-ray player by approximately a couple of months, although when contacted, they did not release any reason behind the delay. Guess we'll just have to wait until late March before the DVD-A1UD becomes flesh. This flagship player is touted to be the first universal disc player as it is able to not only handle Blu-ray but DVD video and audio, SACDs and regular CDs as well. Not only that, the SDHC memory card slot allows you to play back pure DivX 6, JPEG, MP3 and WMA files directly. In order to further improve the quality of digital audio files, the DVD-A1UD comes with a built-in audio-restorer, while its 4th-gen Link port allows the player to integrate with Denon's home theater audio amplifiers. Other features include a couple of HDMI 1.3 connections, component video, S-video, composite video, optical and coaxial digital audio, balanced two-channel stereo analog audio and an Ethernet port. Firmware updates in the future will see the DVD-AU1D gain BD Live support. Japan will receive the DVD-AU1D first, and at prevailing exchange rates, it will cost approximately $5,974 a pop.

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