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Blu-ray with androidTV?

Anyone heard of new Blu-ray players coming out with androidTV? I think this will be the most future-proof/upgradeable "smart" OS/platform with android's popularity. We are looking to get a new UHD TV and if I can get androidTV in a Blu-ray, it would let me go with a bigger and cheaper TV (over 55" Sony with androidTV).
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None that I know of.

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Blu-Ray player ouyput

I own a small TV repair shop and I am looking for a Blu-Ray player with a video output that will match my Accupel DVG-5000 so I can play reference material on it for the customer. J was looking at the Panasonic DMP-BDT360 as it will do 3d also. Has anyone done any test on this player or know of a player that puts out a correct 1080P signal without breaking the bank?

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For Blu-ray, you would be hard pressed to notice any difference between players. Panasonic and Sony are the two most popular.

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I own a small TV repair shop and I am looking for a Blu-Ray player with a video output that will match my Accupel DVG-5000 so I can play reference material on it for the customer. J was looking at the Panasonic DMP-BDT360 as it will do 3d also. Has anyone done any test on this player or know of a player that puts out a correct 1080P signal without breaking the bank?

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The Accupel is hard to match. I assume you'll play bluray and don't want to put it through a lumagen? In other words, are you looking for a bluray as a complete deck or just as a source for something like the Lumagen.

What is breaking the bank? As a self contained unit, you are probably looking at the Oppo 103D for $600.
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Question Upgrading Blu-Ray Player with Surround Sound

hello everyone,

i currently have a samsung blu-ray surround sound system, complete with a blu-ray player and surround speakers.
it's about 6 years old now, and the blu-ray player is really struggling to play disks so i'm looking to upgrade it.
i've been looking at new blu-ray players on amazon and all seem to have different connectors for speakers and look like i cannot connect my surround sound speakers to it.

is there a way through this to get new blu-ray players to work with my current speakers? my speakers are fine as they are and all i need upgrading is my blu-ray player.

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hello everyone,

i currently have a samsung blu-ray surround sound system, complete with a blu-ray player and surround speakers.
it's about 6 years old now, and the blu-ray player is really struggling to play disks so i'm looking to upgrade it.
i've been looking at new blu-ray players on amazon and all seem to have different connectors for speakers and look like i cannot connect my surround sound speakers to it.

is there a way through this to get new blu-ray players to work with my current speakers? my speakers are fine as they are and all i need upgrading is my blu-ray player.

thank you!
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Is this a home-theater-in-a-box system? Or are you going through a receiver of some sort? What connections does it have? Or just tell us the model numbers.

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Welcome to AVSForum.

Is this a home-theater-in-a-box system? Or are you going through a receiver of some sort? What connections does it have? Or just tell us the model numbers.

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Hi Bill, it's a samsung home-theater-in-a-box with individual cables for each speaker which go into the back of the samsung blu-ray player.

The connections from the speakers to the blu-ray player are like this:
www . touristinformationcentres . net /webshop/images/webshop/305/product/large/ Samsung-Speaker-Wire--wires---cables . jpg

I'm just wondering that if i could ever make use of my speakers again if i was to upgrade my blu-ray player

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Hi Bill, it's a samsung home-theater-in-a-box with individual cables for each speaker which go into the back of the samsung blu-ray player.

The connections from the speakers to the blu-ray player are like this:
www . touristinformationcentres . net /webshop/images/webshop/305/product/large/ Samsung-Speaker-Wire--wires---cables . jpg

I'm just wondering that if i could ever make use of my speakers again if i was to upgrade my blu-ray player

thanks
Those don't look like the interconnects that standalone players use. But maybe adapters exist?

We have an HTIB forum here: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/109-home-theater-box/. Try posting your question there.

It would be REALLY HELPFUL if you provided the model number of your player.

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@videophile243 You would not likely find a bluray player combined with an integrated amplifier without buying the whole system home-theater-in-a box (htib) with speakers. A stand alone blu ray player is a bit different in that it needs to be connected to a receiver/integrated amp to power the passive speakers.
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Hey guys,

So I am looking to reallocate my 6-year-old Samsung player to the family room and buy a new one for the HT. I want to take this opportunity to get up to date and add some features I've wanted for a while. I would like the following:

1. SACD support
2. Stream music and movies over my local network (DLNA preferably), for flac and wav files and some DVD/Bluray-sourced content
3. Related to that, a remote control app that makes it easy to browse my collection over my network and play it through the player
4. The highest-quality bluray support, though I expect this will be virtually identical across all players.
5. Streaming services are not terribly important to me, since I currently don't subscribe to any of them. They of course will come with the territory if I insist on all the above features. If the player can do Netflix and Vudu and YouTube, I'm happy.

I know the Oppo players will do all this. However, given the approach of UHD bluray players, I'm not too keen to drop $500 at this point. And they hold their value well enough that I'd probably pay a good $350 for a used 103. The favorites other than that around here seem to be Sony and Panasonic. But it appears that Panasonic doesn't support SACD and perhaps not DLNA either.

So I think I'm left with the Sony. According to the website, the only one that supports playing the SACD layer of SACD discs is the S6500. The 5500 will only play the CD layer. Is that the case?

Also, according to the website, neither of these players will stream flac from the local network over DLNA, although they will do it over USB. I find that strange, since some other file types are supported over DLNA.

Finally, what is the remote control app like? Will it allow you to browse your media on your local network?

I hope I don't have to go to Oppo to get all this, but now I'm a little concerned that I might. TIA.

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Are UHD blu ray players going to be different than the 4k upscaling ones such as the Oppo103?

If I am planning on buying a Oppo103, should I hold off and wait for a UHD blu ray player to be available?
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Are UHD blu ray players going to be different than the 4k upscaling ones such as the Oppo103?

If I am planning on buying a Oppo103, should I hold off and wait for a UHD blu ray player to be available?
Yes. They will be different. But you'll also need a 4K TV to take advantage of the higher resolution. Plus, you'll need a TV that supports HDMI 2.0, and eventually HDR, wider color gamut, higher frame rates, etc., and today's 4K TVs don't have those options, except perhaps a few that have an HDMI 2.0 port and may support HDR or other features via a firmware upgrade in the future.

In short, 4K is still in its infancy. There isn't even much content available. And you can bet it will be a slow trickle of 4K Blu-ray content. Anyone jumping in now is an early adopter.

Unless you have a need for the features of an Oppo, you should consider a cheaper consumer player for under $100-$150. Just check out the threads in this forum for advice. The Oppo is mainly for enthusiasts who have greater needs when it comes to audio, or those who just want a well-built, robust player. But you can still get a good player for under $100. It's your money, but it sounds like you are set on making the leap to 4K. If so, you should wait to see what next year brings. As far as I know, only Panasonic has announced a 4K BD player.
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Are UHD blu ray players going to be different than the 4k upscaling ones such as the Oppo103?
Current players only upscale 1080p content to 4K. The next generation will actually play 4K material.
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Yes. They will be different. But you'll also need a 4K TV to take advantage of the higher resolution. Plus, you'll need a TV that supports HDMI 2.0, and eventually HDR, wider color gamut, higher frame rates, etc., and today's 4K TVs don't have those options, except perhaps a few that have an HDMI 2.0 port and may support HDR or other features via a firmware upgrade in the future.

In short, 4K is still in its infancy. There isn't even much content available. And you can bet it will be a slow trickle of 4K Blu-ray content. Anyone jumping in now is an early adopter.

Unless you have a need for the features of an Oppo, you should consider a cheaper consumer player for under $100-$150. Just check out the threads in this forum for advice. The Oppo is mainly for enthusiasts who have greater needs when it comes to audio, or those who just want a well-built, robust player. But you can still get a good player for under $100. It's your money, but it sounds like you are set on making the leap to 4K. If so, you should wait to see what next year brings. As far as I know, only Panasonic has announced a 4K BD player.

Thank you very much for you input. I recently bought a Samsung JS8500 and I believe it has a HDMI 2.0 so I may just wait on the 4K blu rays to come out so I can take advantage of the UHD blu ray disks coming soon.
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New Player Recommendations

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/newthr...ewthread&f=149

New Player Recommendations

Our Sony DVP-SR500H gave up last night. We need help in deciding on a replacement and are leaning towards the Samsung BD-H5100 Blu-ray Player. We are open to alternative suggestions.

The SR500H was connected to our Sony KDL-32XBR6 TV using both the HDMI cable and via RCA cables connecting the Audio Out of the DVD player to the Audio In on the TV. Another set of RCA cables connect the Audio Out of the TV to audio inputs on our Technics SA-GX770 receiver originally intended for VCR-1. With the sound turned way down on the TV we could listen to audio either through our speakers or headphones plugged into the jack on the front of the receiver.

Current Blu-ray players no longer include audio out ports. Could we have dispensed with them and just used the HDMI cable to carry the audio to the TV?

Here's how we use our equipment.

We share audio books from the library regularly.

We watch videos from the library less regularly.

We watch TV over-the-air (PBS) a few times a year.

We listen to audio CDs, but less oftun than in the past.

What do you folks recommend?


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^^^

Have a look at LG. They have the nicest CD interface I've seen in a BD player.

Since surround isn't a concern, you don't need RCA outs on your new player at all. Just use HDMI straight to your TV.
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Which LG player do you mean? I found 12 listed on their website.

Perhaps I was not clear about sound.

We never use the speakers incorporated into the TV.

The audio is controlled by our now 'antiquated' 1995 Technics receiver. It has 2 switchable speaker outputs. Output A drives a pair of AR-2AX's that flank the TV on one wall of the family room and B drives a pair of AR-5's on the opposite wall. B also drives a complex array of infinite baffle speakers mounted in one end of the living room by the audiophile former owner of our house in the mid 60's. We prefer to use these speakers.

That is why I want to be clear about the DVD sound being delivered to the TV via HDMI and then being transferred to the receiver via coax cable.

Will this work?

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Which LG player do you mean? I found 12 listed on their website.

Perhaps I was not clear about sound.

We never use the speakers incorporated into the TV.

The audio is controlled by our now 'antiquated' 1995 Technics receiver. It has 2 switchable speaker outputs. Output A drives a pair of AR-2AX's that flank the TV on one wall of the family room and B drives a pair of AR-5's on the opposite wall. B also drives a complex array of infinite baffle speakers mounted in one end of the living room by the audiophile former owner of our house in the mid 60's. We prefer to use these speakers.

That is why I want to be clear about the DVD sound being delivered to the TV via HDMI and then being transferred to the receiver via coax cable.

Will this work?

thanks

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Your TV handles 5.1 output of sound through its optical out, so it's doing processing of sound, not just straight pass through, so it should be able to manage HDMI to the current RCA outputs you seem to have.

So yes, it should work, just use the HDMI output.
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Any LG you like should be fine. You have very minimal requirements (no 3D, no streaming of any kind), so the cheapest model will do. A used BP350 or BP530 for $40 will do, assuming you're ok with the styling. But really any player of any brand will work fine in your case. I just mentioned LG because of the nice CD interface. Others also play CDs fine, just not as much eye candy.
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Best Blu-ray player for playing files from a connected hard drive?

Currently I have a Panasonic dmp-bd210 for Blu-ray playback and it's been great. I recently starting thinking about how convenient it would be to rip all of my blu-rays in a lossless format, store the files on a hard drive and connect that drive to my Blu-ray player.

So, I'd like to ask what you guys are using to get this done? Is there a certain manufacturer who does this feature very well. Also, is the limit for hard drive compatibility still around 1-2 terabytes or are there players that can handle more than this now?

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Currently I have a Panasonic dmp-bd210 for Blu-ray playback and it's been great. I recently starting thinking about how convenient it would be to rip all of my blu-rays in a lossless format, store the files on a hard drive and connect that drive to my Blu-ray player.

So, I'd like to ask what you guys are using to get this done? Is there a certain manufacturer who does this feature very well. Also, is the limit for hard drive compatibility still around 1-2 terabytes or are there players that can handle more than this now?

thx!
Do you have a price range?

The 2TB limit was with the older MBR partition tables on hard drives. With newer GPT partitioning the limit is gone. The current OPPO players support GPT but start at $499. I presume other brands support it as well?

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Do you have a price range?

The 2TB limit was with the older MBR partition tables on hard drives. With newer GPT partitioning the limit is gone. The current OPPO players support GPT but start at $499. I presume other brands support it as well?

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Hi Bill, thx for the assistance I be willing to spend anywhere from 200-500. I like Panasonic and Samsung players ( always had good experiences with them ). I've checked out a few Oppo's at friend's houses and personally, I don't see enough value over the brands I mentioned, to want one just yet.

If Oppo was the only way I could get a player that would play drives larger than 2 terabytes, than that would make the decision easy, but Im not sure Oppo is.

Bill or anyone, are there any brands / model numbers besides oppo that will play Blu-ray rips from a hard rive larger than 2 terabytes?

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Wow! This is just what we needed to learn. On the chance of 'premature' hardware failure we went to the local (Palo Alto) Fry's and got their least expensive ($70 + CA tax) LG Blu-Ray (LG BP255) ; local beats far away when making a warranty claim. From a quick web search, the price was decent, too

When we hooked it up (HDMI + power) and turned it on the CD interface was as described, rich and intuitive. We need to download and read the manual so we can learn how flexible the fast-forward/reverse buttons are and if we can program the remote to talk with our Sony TV.

In the recent past, in 2002 our son gave us a Panasonic DVD-RV32 for Christmas. We were sad when it quit in 2011. The Sony SR500H interface seemed less friendly, but it worked. The upscaled TV images were nice. The idea of a Blue Ray player where CD navigation is limited to one track at a time was borderline no-go.

The BP255 plays music CD's beautifully, using the HDMI to port the sound to the TV and RCA coax from there to our 20-year-old receiver. Commercial and computer generated DVDs and CDs (pod-casts as mp3 data discs, cut into tracks with Audacity) were much more intuitively navigated than with the SR500H.

User reviews of the BP255 WiFi on Amazon are not so glowing. I hope we don't find we want to venture into that minefield.

Thanks again for your "case solved and much more" replies.



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Thanks for the encouragement Hernanu!

See my recent note of thanks to everyone for their constructive comments. The LG BP255 we got this morning fits our needs. The audio works great.

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