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post #1 of 2547 Old 03-23-2009, 02:53 AM - Thread Starter
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Just placed my order for mine. Been looking for a standalone to replace the bulky PS3, and have been waiting for a player that can start a movie before I wake up tomorrow.
XV-BP1 MSRP: $299.95

BD-Live Ready Blu-ray Disc Player featuring HD Audio Bit-Stream Output, HDMI 1080/24p Playback, and x.v.Color(TM)/Deep Color

* DVD 1080/24p Playback
* Playable Media: BD-R/RE, DVD-Video/-R/-RW, R/ RW, CD, USB
* AVCHD/MP3/WMA/JPEG Playback
* BD Profile 2.0
* HDMI with x.v.Color(TM)/Deep Color


* DVD 1080/24p Playback
* Playable Media: BD-R/RE, DVD-Video/-R/-RW, R/ RW, CD, USB
* AVCHD/MP3/WMA/JPEG Playback
* BD Profile 2.0
* HDMI with x.v.Color(TM)/Deep Color
* Dolby Digital /Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD Decoding
* BD Live Ready
* USB Host
* HD Everio Playback
* HD Audio Bit-Stream Output
* HDMI with x.v.Color(TM)/Deep Color
* Dolby Digital /Dolby TrueHD/DTS-HD Decoding



Blu-ray Disc Player
MECHANISM XV-BP1
System PAL/NTSC
BD Live(TM) Yes
Playable Media* [1]
BD-ROM / BD-RE / BD-R Yes
DVD-Video / DVD-R/-RW, +R/+RW Yes
BD-ROM Yes
BD-RE Yes
BD-R Yes
DVD-Video Yes
DVD-R Yes
DVD-RW (Video/VR) Yes
+RW / +R Yes/Yes
CD / CD-R/RW Yes/Yes
Playable Formats (Image)
MPEG-2 Yes
MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) Yes
VC-1 Yes
AVCHD Yes
JPEG Digital Still Yes
Playable Formats (Audio)
LPCM Yes
Dolby Digital / Dolby Digital+ Yes
Dolby TrueHD Yes
DTS Yes
DTS HD Yes
MPEG-1/-2 L2 Yes
MP3 Yes (PCM Only)
WMA Yes (PCM Only)
Trick Playback
Fast Play (Forward/Reverse) Yes (BD/DVD[VR]/CD)
Slow (Forward) Yes (BD/DVD[VR])
Skip Title/Track (BD/DVD[VR]/CD) ; Chapter (BD/DVD[VR] ; Time (DVD[VR])
Pause Yes (BD/DVD[VR]/CD)
Step (Forward) Yes (BD/DVD[VR])
Repeat Title/Track, Chapter, A-B, ALL
Last Condition Memory Yes (DVD[VR])
Resume/Stop Yes (DVD[VR])
Random Play Yes (CD-DA, MP3/WMA)
Book Marker / Book Marker Search Yes/Yes
JPEG Slideshow with Music Yes
Quick Loading Yes
Subtitle Still Yes
Progressive Scan Yes
VIDEO XV-BP1
Video D/A Converter 12-bit/148MHz
Noise Reduction Yes
VBI
WSS / CGMS-A / Closed Caption / Macrovision Yes
NTSC -- PAL Conversion Yes
Deep Color Yes
x.v.Color(TM) Yes
1080p Upscaling Yes
AUDIO XV-BP1
Audio D/A Converter 192kHz/24-bit
Dynamic Range Control Yes
TERMINALS XV-BP1
HDMI Digital Out (Audio/Video) Yes (Ver.1.3)
Video Out
Component Yes
Composite Yes
Audio Out
Analog 2ch Yes
Coaxial Digital Output Yes
Optical Digital Output Yes
USB Host* [3] Yes (Front)
Network (Ethernet) Yes
MISCELLANEOUS XV-BP1
On-Screen Display Yes
GUI (Graphical User Interface) Yes
On-Screen Language 3 Languages (Eng./ Fre./ Spa.)
HDMI
1080/24p Output Yes
Deep Color Yes
x.v.Color(TM) Yes
HBR Audio Bitstream Out Yes
Screen Saver Yes
Remote Control Yes
Auto Power Off Yes
GENERAL XV-BP1
Power Requirements AC 120V/60Hz
Power Consumption
Power On 26W
Standby Under 1W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
inches 16-15/16 x 2-5/16 x 10
mm 430 x 58 x 253
Weight
lbs. 6.2
kg 2.8


[1] Notice: [About DualDisc] The non-DVD side of a DualDisc may not be playable on JVC products. Please note that the user takes full responsibility for the use of DualDisc, and JVC is not liable for any resulting damage.
[2] Plays all versions of DivX(R) video (including DivX(R) 6) with standard playback of DivX(R) media files
[3] USB Host: [Compatible Devices] 1) USB Mass Storage Class devices such as a USB flash memory device, HDD, multimedia card reader, digital camera, etc. 2) Depending on the manufacturer, some USB devices may not be supported.
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it will not be as fast as the good old PS3
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it will not be as fast as the good old PS3

JVC XV-BP1 Blu-ray Disc Player with BD Live 2.0
Blu-ray Disc Player with BD Live 2.0

# Super quick 8-second loading time
# BD Live 2.0 feature
# HDMI 1.3 with deep color
# USB host, LAN terminal,component and composite video out
# Dolby® True HD, DTS, HD and optical and coaxial digial output
# Slim design with JVC family blue lighting
# Full hi-def grade 1080p resolution
# Includes remote control and analog cables
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PAL/NTSC? If this player could be made region-free, at least for DVDs, this will be my #1 choice. Heck, I have some PAL DVDs that are not even region-locked, and my crappy Samsung BD-P1200 refuses to play them.
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Call ol' Barn a doomsday soothsayer or something, but 8 seconds for every BD is fast. Too fast 2 furious maybe ? Even most BD players today loading time varies from one BD to the next, but 8 seconds consistently every time ? Has anyone confirm if this world record time is actually for BDs and not DVDs?

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PAL/NTSC? If this player could be made region-free, at least for DVDs, this will be my #1 choice. Heck, I have some PAL DVDs that are not even region-locked, and my crappy Samsung BD-P1200 refuses to play them.

Why don't you track down a LG BH200. That'll play all your PAL/NTSC, region free for DVDs and Blu-rays.

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http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelI...hId=169&page=3

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WMA Yes (PCM Only)
Trick Playback
Fast Play (Forward/Reverse) Yes (BD/DVD[VR]/CD)
Slow (Forward) Yes (BD/DVD[VR])
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Watsa "Trick Playback"? Something to do with the superfast 8 seconds loading time?
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JVC XV-BP1 Blu-ray Disc Player with BD Live 2.0
Blu-ray Disc Player with BD Live 2.0

# Super quick 8-second loading time
# BD Live 2.0 feature
# HDMI 1.3 with deep color
# USB host, LAN terminal,component and composite video out
# Dolby® True HD, DTS, HD and optical and coaxial digial output
# Slim design with JVC family blue lighting
# Full hi-def grade 1080p resolution
# Includes remote control and analog cables

Where is this "8 second" come from?

I can't find any mention anywhere else.
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Thats a nice looking player
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http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelI...hId=169&page=3



Watsa "Trick Playback"? Something to do with the superfast 8 seconds loading time?

Same as 'High Speed HDMI'.. We all know that cable can shift gears!!

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Hey Guys ,

The Awaiting JVC Blu-ray Player Profile 2.0 has finally arrived


http://www.jr.com/jvc/pe/JVC_XVBP1/


does anyone have it yet and want to compare it the rest of the blu ray players
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I was interested in the JVC but I couldn't dig up a lot of information about it online. I went with a Panasonic BD80 instead.

The BP1 is a nice looking unit and has a nice feature set...

http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelI...hId=169&page=2

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Yeah, AVCHD and fast boot are appealing, I cannot find a single credible review of it. Hopefully that will change now that it is shipping. (and hopefully the reviewer will own a stopwatch)

This is the first JVC BD player I have seen, is this their first model worldwide or just a US entry? (Panasonic and the others went through a nice learning curve, it would raise my confidence if JVC has been shipping elsewhere rather than learning on U.S.)
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This JVC blu-ray player could be a rebadged Panasonic DMP-BD60.
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If it 8 seconds I buy one
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$229 shipped at buy.com - With readily available $10 of $200 coupon it is $219.99. A guy who owns it over at Bluray.com says it is as fast as JVC claims.

I am really tempted to try this thing out.
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Anyone own one? Somebody needs to try this thing out! I am guessing it will be me.
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Upon receiving this machine, take some up close pics of the front and back panels? Also, could you give your impressions on load times and how the advanced codecs sound when bitstreamed? How is the remote, what does it look like and if the player plays Twilight and any of the other problem discs? Gee, I don't ask for much do I? LOL! This is a really nice looking player from the limited shots I have seen.
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I'm betting that the 8 sec load time is actually boot time. The Sony S350/S550 can do that with Quickstart enabled.
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This JVC blu-ray player could be a rebadged Panasonic DMP-BD60.

Based on the setup menu, front and back pictures it looks like a LG's BD300/BD370 clone or at least based on the same reference board design.

By the way here is the user's manual http://books.jvcservice.com/booklist.asp?Model=xv-bp1
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Based on the setup menu, front and back pictures it looks like a LG's BD300/BD370 clone or at least based on the same reference board design.

By the way here is the user's manual http://books.jvcservice.com/booklist.asp?Model=xv-bp1

Very interesting........
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WOW I Just read the Manual It supports .MKV and MPEG-4 XVID/DIVX Formats
now the question is how good the Descaler and the Processor is Producing the Video on the Screen
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I'm betting that the 8 sec load time is actually boot time. The Sony S350/S550 can do that with Quickstart enabled.

Given the various times used to define a player's speed, I think we're going to have to start judging them like computer hardware sites judge video cards (i.e. by timing them with certain games). So if someone could post times that compare the JVC to the players in this table (using the same movies and progress points), we would have something to work with:

http://watershade.net/wmcclain/BDP-8...the-load-times
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Does anyone own theis player? If so, any thoughts?
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I got it as soon as it came out...I have only played a small handful of titles, twilight, Death Race, Madagascar 2, some burned DVD's, transporter 3...

Load time varies, It has loaded as fast as 3 secs., and as long as 15 for Transporter 3...but no hiccups or errors at all as of yet.

I am using a Coax cable to connect to my receiver...audio is awesome, and although I only have 5.1, I am hearing much higher quality effects from my rears.

The picture quality is amazing....HDMI to my JVC DLP~

I was worried that I bought the wrong plyer, since I had my heart set on the Panasonic, but I paid like $224 for it, so it was a steal.

The only gripe is with the remote...no lights, no glow in the dark..that stinks...other than that...buy it!
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I got it as soon as it came out...I have only played a small handful of titles, twilight, Death Race, Madagascar 2, some burned DVD's, transporter 3...

Load time varies, It has loaded as fast as 3 secs., and as long as 15 for Transporter 3...but no hiccups or errors at all as of yet.

I am using a Coax cable to connect to my receiver...audio is awesome, and although I only have 5.1, I am hearing much higher quality effects from my rears.

The picture quality is amazing....HDMI to my JVC DLP~

I was worried that I bought the wrong plyer, since I had my heart set on the Panasonic, but I paid like $224 for it, so it was a steal.

The only gripe is with the remote...no lights, no glow in the dark..that stinks...other than that...buy it!

Could you clarifiy if these discs you're trying are BluRay or SD DVDs?
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I got it as soon as it came out...I have only played a small handful of titles, twilight, Death Race, Madagascar 2, some burned DVD's, transporter 3...

Load time varies, It has loaded as fast as 3 secs., and as long as 15 for Transporter 3...but no hiccups or errors at all as of yet.

I am using a Coax cable to connect to my receiver...audio is awesome, and although I only have 5.1, I am hearing much higher quality effects from my rears.

The picture quality is amazing....HDMI to my JVC DLP~

I was worried that I bought the wrong plyer, since I had my heart set on the Panasonic, but I paid like $224 for it, so it was a steal.

The only gripe is with the remote...no lights, no glow in the dark..that stinks...other than that...buy it!

Could you report on some loading times with some heavy BD-Java based discs? How about some pics?
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How is the SD upconversion?
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