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"Samsung today announced two new Blu-ray players, the BD-E6500 and the BD-ES6000, at CES 2012. The company introduced a new feature for the players called Disc to Digital and also added WiFi capabilities to the flagship BD-E6500 model, allowing the player to connect directly to other devices over a WiFi network without the need for a PC or other central access point.

The BD-E6500 comes in a sleek low-profile design and offers two HDMI inputs, allowing you to connect a game console or set-top box to the player that then connects to the TV via only one HDMI output. It's capable of playing 3D Blu-ray Discs and supports Full HD 1080p video playback. But most notably is the built-in WiFi and full web browser that lets you access web-based content and to connect to other WiFi devices.

The BD-ES6000 lacks the 3D and WiFi capabilities of the BD-E6500, but it features a very compact design with a footprint that's just slightly larger than a disc. It also supports Samsung's new Disc to Digital feature that allows users to register physical DVDs that get copied to users' UltraViolet collection and can then be accessed from multiple devices. The content is made available through the Flixster app in Samsung's Smart Hub.
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"Panasonic announced six new Blu-ray models atCES 2012, with separate 3D and 2D lines, plus the ultraslim DMP-BBT01. Half of the models also feature Panasonic's new touch pad remote, which might make it easier to navigate online content.

Panasonic's line of 3D Blu-ray players breaks down as follows:

DMP-BDT220: Wi-Fi + Viera Connect
DMP-BDT500: Wi-Fi + Viera Connect + touch pad remote
DMP-BDT320: Wi-Fi + Viera Connect + touch pad remote + slot-loading drive
DMP-BBT01: Wi-Fi + Viera Connect + touch pad remote + slot-loading drive + slim design

A welcome change for 2012 is that the 3D Blu-ray players feature the full suite of Viera Connect apps. (Last year they only supported the more limited Viera Cast suite.) The list of apps is impressive: Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, MLB.TV, Flixster, NHL, NBA, MLS4, YouTube, and Skype.

Panasonic will also release two 2D Blu-ray players, both with a limited suite of streaming-media services (Netflix, Vudu, CinemaNow, and YouTube), dubbed "IP VOD."

DMP-BD77: IP VOD + Wi-Fi-ready (requires dongle)
DMP-BD87: IP VOD + Wi-Fi

As cool as the touch pad remote might be, the DMP-BDT220 looks to be the sweet-spot player for 2012, possibly following in the footsteps of the Editors' Choice Award-winning DMP-BDT210.


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LAS VEGAS--Sony and Vizio introduced Blu-ray disc players and media streaming devices capable of delivering Google TV, the embattled Web TV software platform the search engine hopes to breathe new life into with the help of its OEM partners.

Sony showed off the NSZ-GS7 Network Media Player and NSZ-GP9 Blu-ray disc player Jan. 9 at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show here. Vizio introduced the VBR430 3D Blu-ray player running Google TV, and the VAP430 Stream Player with Google TV, as well as a new line of Google TV-powered HDTVs for 2012.

Google unleashed Google TV on devices from Logitech and Sony in the fall of 2010. Yet like Apple TV and other such services before it, the platform has failed to gain traction beyond avid Google fans. Google hopes to change that after refreshing the software late last year with Android 3.1 Honeycomb, adding access to the Android Market and more than 150 Google TV-specific applications.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt promised new Google TV devices would proliferate by the summer of 2012. To wit, Google Jan. 6 announced LG, Sony, Vizio, Marvell and Samsung would support the TV platform. Many of those machines are being shown off here at CES.

Pivot to Sony, which claims its Sony devices improve on last year's Blu-ray player and Internet TV for Google TV. Sony's media player and Blu-ray player come with a redesigned remote control equipped with a backlit QWERTY keyboard, a touch pad for easy operation and a three-axis motion sensor for gaming.

The remote control can also be set up to serve as a universal remote to control TV, set top box and amplifiers, and the NSZ-GP9 Blu-ray player includes voice search capabilities. Sony said both devices will arrive in North America and Europe in early summer 2012, with distribution planned for other countries and regions. No word on pricing yet.

Meanwhile, like the Sony Google TV devices, Vizio's new machines can run thousands of Android apps and have the Chrome Web browser. Both feature a touchpad universal remote with QWERTY keyboard to control the V.I.A. Plus interface and other functions. The Blu-ray player and media streamer will be available in 2012, with specific ship date and pricing to be announced closer to availability.

Vizio's new R-Series feature the company's Vizio Internet Apps Plus reskin of the Google platform. There is the 42-inch R3D420VS, 47-inch R3D470VS, 55-inch R3D550VS and 65-inch R3D650VS, all of which include a dual-sided Bluetooth remote with a QWERTY keyboard on one side and a touchpad on the other.

All four sets run at 1920 by 1080 Full HD resolution. The VBR430 and VBR370 and will be available in 2012, with specific ship dates and prices coming later.

Finally, while it has nothing to show off here at CES, TV powerhouse Samsung told the Wall Street Journal it will launch a Google TV-powered TV set in the second half of this year in the United States first. The device is targeted at high-end consumers, so it should be pricey compared to other Google TV-powered companion boxes and Blu-ray players.

Yoon Boo-keun, president of Samsung's consumer electronics division, told the Journal "smart TVs" that fuel Web apps and browsing could cost $300 to $500 more than regular TV sets.
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New Trends in Blu-Ray Disc Players

By Jean-Jacques Maleval, Mon, January 16th, 2012

Following CES

Each year, the CES in Las Vegas, NE is THE event for the optical disc drive makers to launch their innovations, essentially this time for Blu-ray disc players as th media is not evolving.

According to The Digital Entertainment Group, sales of Blu-ray movies rose 20% last year over 2010 in USA and total Blu-ray penetration in 2011 jumped 38% with global household penetration of all Blu-ray compatible devices now at nearly 40 million U.S. homes.

All the manufacturers of BD readers are based in Japan and most of them announced new products: Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba. Apparently nothing new from from JVC, Philips - that subcontracts this activity - and Yamaha. Adds also Korean LG with innovations.

There was dozen of different new models (see today's news) showing the following trends.

The vendors stopped to launch basic low-cost drives just to read the discs and are adding new multi-functional models hoping to convince home users to buy more expansive and sophisticated units and consequently getting higher margins.

The idea is to make Blu-ray drive, connected to TV, the centerpiece of the A/V entertainment and Internet at home.

That's why most of the manufacturers have added Wi-Fi LAN connectivity to their devices, Web browser, remote control equipped with touch pad and keyboard, as well as the possibility to enjoy Internet AV services like Goggle TV, Flixster, Netflix, Pandora, HuluPlus, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, etc., and social ones like Twitter and Facebook or even Skype.

Another functionality appearing on about all drives is the possibility to read 3D movies. But today there are no more than 65 of them (compared to 20 in 2010), reports The Digital Entertainment Group.

LG was apparently the only one with new Blu-ray recorders in a box also including 1TB HDD an two video TNT tuners.

Other trends on the most recent read-only optical units:
Slimmer, some of them approaching one-inch high;
USB interface for external hard drives for storage and playback, and integration with other media sources such as digital cameras;
New chips for better performance and quality of images, lower energy consumption, and faster boot time (less than one second);
Sometimes not only one but two HDMI connectors
DLNA compatible
iPhone, iPod, Android dock/connector and apps to transfer the website on mobile device to TV, or send the website displayed on TV to mobile device;
Wireless speakers that can be setup in any location;
Portable basic Blu-Ray units with screen

Conclusion:
Are these most sophisticated Blu-ray drives the best devices to centralize and manage A/V entertainment and Internet at home? We don't think so because you generally cannot record - LG added a built-in 250GB HDD on the BD590 -, only by connecting an external writable unit, essentially a HDD. The best solution we know is a set-top box announced last year by French Internet provider Free that includes all you need to connect to Internet through an ADSL or fiber optic line, integrating both a Blu-ray and a 240GB hard disk drive, and with about all the same functionalities being managed with one remote device, eventually a keyboard. This box is even superior to the best multimedia HDDs. The providers of Internet connection are in the best position to offer multifunction boxes included in their monthly rates.
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Sony's 2012 lineup of Blu-ray players, one with 4K

By Ben Drawbaugh posted Jan 9th 2012 8:34PM

Another year, another slate of new Blu-ray players from Sony. The BDP-S790 is of particular interest with its ability to convert Blu-ray's 1080p to 4K. Both it and the BDP-S590 of course do 3D and include WiFi, which like those before it, facilitates the delivery of more video and audio streaming opportunities than we can list. In addition to favorites like Netflix and Hulu Plus, you can also access the Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited streaming services from the Sony Entertainment Network. If you've ever wished there was an easier way to share what you were watching with your followers and friends, the new Socialize viewing application lets you do just that directly from the player. The new 9-inch portable Blu-ray player, the BDP-SX910, has a rechargeable 4-hour battery, built-in speakers and a USB port for content that doesn't come on a shiny disk. The press release after the break has no mention of price or availability, but we'd guess Q2 2012 for less than what you probably paid last year.
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CES 2012 Sharp unveils new line-up of multi-functional blu-ray disc players and sound systems

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Sharp Electronics Corporation today unveiled two new multi-function Blu-ray Disc players as well as a line of sound bars and audio systems. These new products will be available in spring of 2012. Distinguishing highlights include the evolution of Sharp's Blu-ray players to multi-functional devices for entertainment content management and new sound bar and desktop solutions for audio enthusiasts and novices alike.



"Consumers are looking to seamlessly integrate all their entertainment devices for the ultimate in ease and performance," said Jim Sanduski, vice president, strategic product marketing, Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation. "Our new lineup of Blu-ray and audio products perfectly complement our large screen televisions with compelling features and performance."

More than Just a Blu-ray Player As the TV has become the centerpiece to most entertainment centers, aggregating content from various sources is a key interest of consumers. Sharp will showcase two new Blu-ray Disc players, the BD-AMS10U and BD-AMS20U. Both models incorporate features from the new SmartCentral interface; the "super picture" setting which improves image resolution by integrating pixel information from lower resolution video from a DVD source or streaming content and restores missing image information while enhancing image details; DLNA® interface; and AQUOS® Pure mode which creates an optimized color pallet for AQUOS TVs.

BD-AMS10U: Includes a USB interface for external hard drives for storage and playback and easy integration with other media sources such as digital cameras. This model is wireless LAN ready for streaming content including Netflix®, VUDU and YouTube.

Availability: March MSRP: $179.99

BD-AMS20U: Features a wireless LAN to easily connect with the web and access online content, USB interface for external hard drive ports, and a unique smart phone interface via Mobile High-definition Link (MHL). Via MHL, Android users can access and engage their mobile apps and content (i.e. music and videos) via their home entertainment system. While connected with the system, the mobile device also receives power and is charged.

Availability: April MSRP: $199.99

Added Flexibility to Sound Bar Family The new sound bar products for 2012 build on years of success from their predecessors. These new models are the ideal audio companions to a home entertainment system, offering flexibility for any horizontal, vertical, or wall mounted set-up while providing exceptional sound at varying price ranges with a sleek and unobtrusive look.

HT-SL75: 2.1 system with a 1" (h) speaker bar that matches the AQUOS TV line 60" - 70" Horizontal / Vertical. It also includes an auto on/circuit, HDMI® input 1.4a 3D Pass Thru and an active RMS 100W subwoofer for optimal sound. Wall mounting hardware, vertical stands and a HDMI cable are packaged with the unit.

Availability: Current MSRP: $329.99

HT-SL77: 2.1 system with a 1" (h) center speaker for a low profile design that is adjustable to match the AQUOS TV line 46"/52"/60"/70" Horizontal and 60" - 70" Vertical. It also incorporates a wireless subwoofer that can be setup in any location, within a 25' range. Wall mounting hardware, vertical stands, and a HDMI cable are supplied with the model.

Availability: April MSRP: $449.99

Executive / Micro / Mini Shelf Systems Sharp rounds-out its new audio products with a number of expertly designed product lines highlighting the convergence of functionality, like new docking compatibility with iPhone® and iPad® devices, and form, with sleek lines and a small footprint.

XL-HF201P / XL-HF301P / XL-HF401P - Executive Audio Systems (key features):

Micro Receiver style with RMS 100W total (50 watts Per Channel)

iPhone & iPod® Dock (top docking)

iPad USB connection /playback

Portable player connection via 3.5mm audio input

CD Player with MP3 and WMA compatibility

Two way speakers with dome tweeters and removable grilles

Pro type speaker connection with wire / post connections

Volume auto fade-in

Upgraded speaker drivers w/dome tweeter (301P model only)

Airplay music streaming and network connection iPad stand (401P model only)

Availability: XL-HF201P May MSRP: $249.99

Availability: XL-HF301P June MSRP: $329.99

Availability: XL-HF401P August MSRP: $399.99

DK-KP80P / DK-KP95P - Slim Micro Audio Systems (key features):

Slim Micro System with RMS 50W total power 25W per channel

iPad stand supplied

iPhone & iPod Docking (top docking), iPad connection via USB

Powered open/close vertical CD Door

USB connection /playback

Portable player connection via 3.5mm audio input

Vertical CD player with MP3 and WMA compatibility

Text navigation for MP3 and WMA playback

Headphone output jack

Airplay / DLNA WiFi streaming for MP3, WMA playback (DK-KP95P model only) Availability: Current MSRP: $199.99 (DK-KP80P) $329.99 (DK-KP95P)

CD-DH950P - Mini Component System (key features):

iPod / iPhone docking slot with menu control and charging

CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA playable formats

Two-line text navigation for MP3 and WMA playback

Five-disc multi-play CD changer

RMS 240W total output

Full logic cassette deck

Two-way speaker system

AM/FM tuner with 40 Presets

Full function remote

Bass / treble settings

X Bass (Extra Bass System)

Built in clock/sleep timer

Availability: Current MSRP: $249.99

CD-DHS1050P - Mini Component System (key features)

iPod / iPhone docking slot with menu control and charging

Separate subwoofer (150W)

CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA playable formats

Two-line text navigation for MP3 and WMA playback.

Five-disc multi-play CD changer

RMS 350W total output

Full logic cassette deck

Two-way speaker system

AM/FM tuner with 40 Presets

Full function remote

Bass / treble settings

X Bass (Extra Bass System)

Built in clock/sleep timer

Availability: Current MSRP: $269.99
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I wonder how long until Panasonic Releases those new models, the DMP-BDT320 looks nice.
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Id bet late Feb on the 320.
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I wonder how long until Panasonic Releases those new models, the DMP-BDT320 looks nice.

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Sony's 2012 lineup of Blu-ray players, one with 4K

By Ben Drawbaugh posted Jan 9th 2012 8:34PM

Another year, another slate of new Blu-ray players from Sony. The BDP-S790 is of particular interest with its ability to convert Blu-ray's 1080p to 4K. Both it and the BDP-S590 of course do 3D and include WiFi, which like those before it, facilitates the delivery of more video and audio streaming opportunities than we can list. In addition to favorites like Netflix and Hulu Plus, you can also access the Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited streaming services from the Sony Entertainment Network. If you've ever wished there was an easier way to share what you were watching with your followers and friends, the new Socialize viewing application lets you do just that directly from the player. The new 9-inch portable Blu-ray player, the BDP-SX910, has a rechargeable 4-hour battery, built-in speakers and a USB port for content that doesn't come on a shiny disk. The press release after the break has no mention of price or availability, but we'd guess Q2 2012 for less than what you probably paid last year.


It will be interestning to see how much of a upgrade if any 1080p upscaled to 4K will have.
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Any news from Oppo? Are they coming out with a new Bluray player in 2012? Or maybe a price decrease on the 93?

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It will be interestning to see how much of a upgrade if any 1080p upscaled to 4K will have.

Perhaps similar to the upscaling 480-to-1080 DVD players?

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Any news on when the new Panasonic BD players might be available in stores?
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Slot loading drive is bad. Picks up dirt and sends it into the player with each and every disc. If you have netflix you better scrub the disc first
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Any news from Oppo? Are they coming out with a new Bluray player in 2012? Or maybe a price decrease on the 93?

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Historically Oppo has only sold players at a discount when their selling their last little bit of inventory of some model that is no longer being sold normally.

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Is there any info yet if any of the new Panasonic players will stream Netflix in 1080p? Thanks.
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Isn't the Sony BDP-S390 and 590 supposed to arrive this month? Has anyone spotted these at Best Buy? I thought they usually got in the newer BD players before everyone else.
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Isn't the Sony BDP-S390 and 590 supposed to arrive this month? Has anyone spotted these at Best Buy? I thought they usually got in the newer BD players before everyone else.

The s390 is in stock at Sony Online
The s590 is in stock at B&H and Sony awards store.

Just posted a quick review of the streaming features on the S390 in the official S590 thread.
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