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Tuesday, 28 July 2009 ,  Written by
Onkyo Rolls Out A Profile 2.0 Blu-ray Player
The first Blu-Ray Profile 2.0 player from Onkyo has been announced.  The DV-BD507 can play all of the features found on a BD-Live disc.  It can internally decode DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD audio formats and it can handle Deep Color and x.v. color as well.
Monday, 27 July 2009 ,  Written by
Lexicon Launching the BD-30 Blu-ray Player
At CEDIA 2009 in September, we will see the first THX-certified Blu-Ray player from Lexicon: the BD-30. Features include a 5 second loading time, BonusVIEW and BD-Live, support for Blu-Ray, DVD, DVD Audio, SACD, CD and files via USB, and RS232. The tentative price point for the BD-30 Blu-ray player is set at $3,499.
Saturday, 25 July 2009 ,  Written by
Sony Rolling out a 400 Disc Blu-ray Player
Two Blu-Ray megachangers from Sony will be hitting the market in August.  The BDP-CX960 and BDP-CX7000ES both hold up to 400 Blu-Ray discs, and both will use MusicID and VideoID software from Gracenote to organize and browse the collection.  They will feature 1080p upscaling technology, Full HD 1080p resolution, support for most major audio formats and support for Blu-Ray Discs as well as DVDs, CDs and MP3s on recordable media. 
Monday, 20 July 2009 ,  Written by
Toshiba to Join the Blu-ray Ranks?
As we all know, Toshiba was the proponent behind HD DVD.  Even after the demise of the format, Toshiba seemingly was reluctant to give up on the format and join the Blu-ray side.  They instead switched to producing a new upscaling DVD player, touting it as an equal to the presentation given by Blu-ray.  Well now it appears that Toshiba has finally joined the Blu-ray craze.
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 ,  Written by
Sony to Launch BD-Live Movie Database
Last week, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced a BD-Live improvement: they will offer their movies via MovieIQ, a database that can be accessed through BD-Live.  This database provides real-time information on cast and crew, movie trivia, music and soundtrack information, all tied to scenes from the movie itself.
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