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Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sharp BD-HP90U 3D Blu-ray Player Preview
With as much a focus on internet connectivity options as on video and audio performance, Sharp's slimline series BD-HP90U Blu-ray Player is loaded with extras and is ready for 3D (whenever the studios, you know, release enough content to warrant swapping out all your expensive gear).  It is also essentially a BD-HP90U, except the color is a glossy black, costs about $50 more, and includes a stand for vertical or horizontal operation.The BD-HP90U from Sharp offers both a built in wired (LAN) and WiFi (B/G/N 802.11) capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics products.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.One connected to the Internet, the BD-HP90U is ready to access BD-Live features on Blu-rays as well as a plethora of ...
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sharp BD-HP80U 3D Blu-ray Player Preview
With as much a focus on internet connectivity options as on video and audio performance, Sharp's slimline series BD-HP80U Blu-ray Player is loaded with extras and is ready for 3D (whenever the studios, you know, release enough content to warrant swapping out all your expensive gear).The BD-HP80U from Sharp offers both a built in wired (LAN) and WiFi (B/G/N 802.11) capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics products.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.One connected to the Internet, the BD-HP80U is ready to access BD-Live features on Blu-rays as well as a plethora of audio and video streaming services, including Vudu (whose HDX rentals are the closest competitor to Blu-ray), Netflix, and Pandora.  Firmware updates will also be available over ...
Wednesday, 20 October 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
Toshiba BDX2700 Blu-ray Player Review
It’s somewhat bittersweet to cover Toshiba’s BDX2700 Blu-ray player at this juncture, since the last of my HD-DVD discs – and my trusty Toshiba player – have just recently been excised from my home theater.  Slowly, and steadily, some personal favorite films presented on the defeated format have received high-definition treatments on its conqueror, making the switch-over more and more tolerable as I slowly nickel-and-dime my way towards a complete transition.  Toshiba themselves also had apprehension in succumbing to the trend towards Blu-ray’s ascendancy, only releasing their first player, the BDX2000, at the latter half of 2009 to mixed but ultimately optimistic impressions based on its audiovisual merits.  Since then, the demands for the mainstream Blu-ray player climate have dramatically changed, with more and more users desiring wireless access for convenience, digital file playback, and a need for the player ...
Monday, 20 September 2010 ,  Written by Matt Evert
Oppo BDP-83 Special Edition Blu-ray Player Review
The universal player market has long been dominated by a couple different categories.  A good percentage of the universal players are entry level and reside in our home computers.  Then there are the reference players like the Lexicon BD-30 and the Denon DVD-A1UDCI at $3500 and $4500 respectfully. The industry has long needed a high performing intermediate line for those of us that have nice theater systems but find $3500 for a universal player excessive.   For this reason, I was anxious to see if the Oppo BDP-83 Special Edition could fit this bill.At $899, the Oppo BDP-83 Special Edition is the big brother to the BDP-83 and possesses higher performance features.  Among other features, the Special Edition comes with a completely new analog stage which provides better analog audio performance.  Additionally the Special Edition has a much improved power supply ...
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
LG BD570 Blu-ray Player Review
LG’s home theater equipment has maintained a sturdy name for itself since high-definition has taken prominence, wedging in between the other bigwigs for a share of the market with sturdy performance and often times intriguing design choices. Their Blu-ray players are no exception, offering a stylish flare in their chassis with respectable performance – not to mention a range of affordability scaled between models.  These factors have carried over into LG’s new 5-series of Blu-ray decks, ranging from the network-free 550 model to their higher-end 590 model with a 250 GB storage drive. Here, AVRev got its hands on their BD570, yet the details that highlighted their performance are somewhat muted this time around. Unfortunately, its awkward design implementation, problematic stability, and merely sufficient performance, for both Blu-ray discs and standard-definition DVDs, hamper the fluidity of the BD570’s  wireless networking ...
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