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cambridge audio azur 751bd 3d compatible universal blu ray player black
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  1. Video Source Items
    In excellent condition, bought from Crutchfields. Comes in original box, remote, user manual. Shipping $20. $1200 new. If sound is as important to you as experiencing the ultimate in image definition, the all new 751BD is the universal 3D Blu-ray player you've been waiting for... With...
  2. Blu-ray Players
    Hello All. I'm looking at getting a getting one of these to replace my WD Live media player and crapo Samsung blu-ray player, and I'm tossing up if the 751 is worth the extra. Q1: Network Share Access Currently my WD media player access my music and movie files via a windows share. I...
  3. Blu-ray Players
    I am looking to upgrade to the Cambridge 751BD (from the 650BD). Has anyone tried the component outputs? Does it transmit 1080i for Blu Ray, or is it limited to 480P like some of the newer Blu Ray players? I asked Cambridge customer support. I could not get a straight answer. They say...
  4. Blu-ray Players
    I have a Vizio 47" tv (about 4 yrs old) and have Never owned a Blu Ray player and am shopping now. In your opinion does a Blu Ray player that also plays CD's (not sure of terminology) do as well as buying an individual CD player? I need a new CD player as well. As you've probably surmised, I...
  5. Blu-ray Players
    What Paul Miller of hi-finews said here : Is this true in other current Mediatek-based players besides the CA 751 or just his assumption? I've not seen anything here or other reviews that mention it.
  6. Blu-ray Players
    I'm looking for the opinions regarding the Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD. http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/summary.php?PID=776 I've been researching it and the Oppo BDP-95 for about 3 weeks now trying to get all of the opinions on it from this fourm and others. The consensus seems to favorable of...
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