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Denon DBT-1713UD

post #1 of 99
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Looks like Denon has a new blu ray player that comes out July 1 2012. It mainly just looks updated to match the new XX13 line of AVRS.


Universal Blu-ray Disc Transport plays DVDs, CDs, Super Audio CD and DVD-Audio
Fully shielded mechanism
Quick response at loading and playback
4 Independent block construction, Faithful for playback of audio and video signals
Construction Fanless for silent operation
Denon's High Picture Quality Circuitry, to visually Enhance your sources
Network support for DLNA streaming (audio / video / photo)
Netflix and YouTube streaming video on demand support *
Support for DivX Plus HD
HDMI cable included

Source: http://hu.horn.eu/hu/HU/TERMEKEK/OTT...BT-1713UD?s1=1
post #2 of 99
Thank you for posting this and starting this thread...wonder if there is any chance that Denon link will trickle down to this model?
post #3 of 99
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Originally Posted by davidbarrickman View Post

Thank you for posting this and starting this thread...wonder if there is any chance that Denon link will trickle down to this model?

No, it looks like they will be sending DSD over HDMI if the SACD support is there.
post #4 of 99
maybe i am missing something, but what does this do the 1611 does not? maybe better streaming?

Glad to see the Denons of the world still making transports...
post #5 of 99
Denon UK has a webpage up now with some info/details about this DPT-1713UD...

http://denon.co.uk/UK/Product/Pages/...ctId=DBT1713UD
post #6 of 99
Denon US has the new AVR-3313CI up on it's website now...if you read through the features info to Denon Link HD there is a reference to a DPT-3313CI universal player..another German website earlier had mentioned something coming in Oct besides the DBT-1713...


http://usa.denon.com/US/Product/Page...313CI(DenonNA)
post #7 of 99
Wow looks like Denon really is cutting back on quality of products. I think there xx11 line was the last for high quality products, its the end of there era.
post #8 of 99
AV Land UK has the DBT-3313UD on it's website now FWIW.

http://www.avland.co.uk/aasp/denon/1...dbt-3313ud.asp

Here's some euro pricing for both the DBT-1713 and DBT-3313...

http://home-cinema.twenga.nl/denon-blu-ray-speler.html
post #9 of 99
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Originally Posted by tn001d View Post

Wow looks like Denon really is cutting back on quality of products. I think there xx11 line was the last for high quality products, its the end of there era.

I am looking at the 3313CI versus the 4411CI. Why do you say that? Is it the Universal players that you are talking about only? Please provide more detail if you can. Thanks.
post #10 of 99
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Originally Posted by davidbarrickman View Post

AV Land UK has the DBT-3313UD on it's website now FWIW.

http://www.avland.co.uk/aasp/denon/1...dbt-3313ud.asp


Here's some euro pricing for both the DBT-1713 and DBT-3313...

http://home-cinema.twenga.nl/denon-blu-ray-speler.html
Ahah 3313 info was removed from AV Lando UK due to Denon request... lame (from Denon)

€500 for the 1713 ahahaha, what a bunch of....
I would like to see a comparison between 1713 and the new pio 150... what can justify a difference of almost €300 between them?!?!
post #11 of 99
DBT-1713ud is priced $499.99 US and the DBT-3313UDCI is priced $999.99 US.

The 3313 will have Netflix, Vudu, Hulu, and YouTube.

Denon link HD

Fan-less with shielded "Suppress Vibration Hybrid" loading transport

Mobile app control

Dual HDMI output with AV pure direct mode

Quick responding transport
Edited by 7channelfreak - 6/16/12 at 5:03pm
post #12 of 99
Purchased this player last week as replacement for my Denon DVD-1940.

Reads DVD wel, but have a problem with brand new Blu Rays.

Once the tray is closed it sometimes cannot read the Data on the BR and ejects the
blueray disc.

Should I return this unit to the retailerd, problem with the lens?

The usb feature works great, you can play your avi files directly via the
usb port.


Tks.
Edited by polypenko - 7/8/12 at 1:38am
post #13 of 99
Did you check to see if there is an update available if not then yes I would return it.
post #14 of 99
no update yet available, today I did a test and the same blue ray 2112 that gave a problem was now read correctly.

will monitor the situation the next couple of days.

tks. and rgds
post #15 of 99
Any other reviews out there? How is the 3d? Looking to pick this one up to go with my 1913 AVR
post #16 of 99
Im seriously considering the 1713 to pair with my 3312. what other players at this price point should be considered for a good universal player?smile.gif
post #17 of 99
Cannot comment on the 3D quality, since I do not own an 3d Tv yet.

But I love the usb stick possibility and direct stream, apart from playing normal Dvd and Blurays.

Unfortunately you cannot playback MKV files via a USB stick, but streaming films directly from you
pc via a network cable works perfectly. (trust it depends on your pc and codecs)

Only not able to use .srt files when streming data but for people in the USA and Canada you do not
need any subtitels for English spoken movies anyway.

So what you get is an Universal player, capable of playing CD/DVD/ Blurays and an usb port for a
usb stick or hd with certain streaming possibilities.

Had some initial problems with reading Blu Rays, but since I did a factory reset, the dbt1713ud has
been operating good.

Replaced my avr2310 by a AVR-3312 (hdmi 1.4) yesterday for a future 3d set up.

smile.gif
post #18 of 99
I've had this unit for a couple of weeks now and so far I really like it. I pair it with an AVR-3808 in my living room system. The TV is across the room (old house with VERY limited placement possibilities) so I have to run a 50' HDMI cable from the receiver to the TV (Samsung 40" LCD from 2007). I was using a Panasonic Blu-ray player - but had many HDMI dropouts - some even requiring a system power down to reboot the signal. Very annoying of course - tried many different kinds of cable, different Blu-ray player, even a different receiver with no luck.

The new Denon unit has had zero dropouts since I started using it - not a single one. The Panasonic, while a nice player, had droputs regularly - couldn't even watch a 30 minute TV show Blu-ray without them. So this alone makes me love this new player.

I have last year's model Denon DBP-2012UDCI in my home theater and have never really loved it, but I wanted to give the 1713 a try anyway since I've had great success with Denons over the years. I think the build quality is actually better on the 1713 - just seems sturdier. The drawer is very quiet too, and the sound quality is terrific. The online capabilities seem good - tried YouTube and a couple of the others with good success. I don't stream movies so I can't comment on Netflix. I have lots of SACD's and DVD-A's as well and they play with no issues and sound terrific.

Overall this one's a winner. High praise from me to Denon!biggrin.gif
post #19 of 99
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Originally Posted by polypenko View Post

Purchased this player last week as replacement for my Denon DVD-1940.
Reads DVD wel, but have a problem with brand new Blu Rays.
Once the tray is closed it sometimes cannot read the Data on the BR and ejects the
blueray disc.
Should I return this unit to the retailerd, problem with the lens?
The usb feature works great, you can play your avi files directly via the
usb port.
Tks.

Since you've experimented with the USB port and playback of certain file formats, can you attest to whether or not it can play back FLAC 96/24 files via USB? It would be quite a convenience feature not having to burn FLACs to disc).
post #20 of 99
Just did a check for you, loaded a flac music file onto my usb stick.

And the Denon dbt1713ud plays the flac file perfectly via my Denon avr3312 Receiver
connected via hdmi cable.

rgds.
post #21 of 99
I have been looking at this model, but also like the new Marantz version which would match my AVR. Glad to hear it works nicely, looks great too.
post #22 of 99
Quote:
Originally Posted by polypenko View Post

Just did a check for you, loaded a flac music file onto my usb stick.
And the Denon dbt1713ud plays the flac file perfectly via my Denon avr3312 Receiver
connected via hdmi cable.
rgds.

Great news! This is a huge plus for me, and it really earns the "universal" label.
post #23 of 99
shielded disc transport does sound great to me as most bd players out there are on the noisy side.

Plus the menu looks great! Seems like a (far) more polished version of the Sony.

Just not sure if it's priced correctly at $500, considering the oppo-XX3 offers the same build quality plus a few additional features (such as more streaming support and wifi).

Great review and pics here: http://www.areadvd.de/hardware/2012/denon_dbt_1713ud_test.shtml
Edited by guima - 9/13/12 at 12:28pm
post #24 of 99
I should have it's brother the UD5007 in tomorrow.
post #25 of 99
Does this player include any internal bd-live memory by chance? Can't find that information anywhere.

For the price, I hope it does.
post #26 of 99
Quote:
Originally Posted by guima View Post

Does this player include any internal bd-live memory by chance? Can't find that information anywhere.
For the price, I hope it does.

shamelessly replying to myself...

so, did some digging and this unit does have Internal memory. It's referred to a number of times in the manual.

However, it is certainly not 1gb that the 1611UD had before. This was expected since, unlike the 1611UD, the 1gb wasn't on the feature list.

Still, disappointing considering its price.
Edited by guima - 9/19/12 at 9:54am
post #27 of 99
My player indicates a new firmware is available. Does anyone have details on the update?


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post #28 of 99
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Originally Posted by hschoot View Post

My player indicates a new firmware is available. Does anyone have details on the update?
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Probably just updating BD playable issues.

I on the other hand was unable to play "The Artist" this last weekend from Netflix. Sent that one back and got another one and it didn't play. Took the Denon out and hooked up my old Pio 51 and it played fine...anyone else having this problem with The Artist BD?
post #29 of 99
So to answer my own question about The Artist won't play. This is my first player with BD-live and if I disable BD-live the player will play The Artist just fine. I guess its trying to pick something up that's not there from the internet.
post #30 of 99
Was thinking about this player, but remembering the abysmal load times last time I looked into getting a BR player (2 mins to load a disc? lolz!!) Has Denon fixed these issues? Is this player stable?
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