Arcam Shipping its First Audiophile Grade Blu-ray Player 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Monday, 08 November 2010

Arcam is well known for its mid-range audiophile products, so it's understandable that the company has taken a bit of time to get into Blu-ray.  After all, a new format means an entirely new way of doing things.

The FMJ BDP100 was designed to impress, with a strong focus on audio.  Thanks to the inclusion of Wolfson Audio 8741 DACs, a Bessel output filter and a high precision re-clocking system, Arcam says their new Blu-ray player will rival dedicated CD players in audio quality.

Arcam's new player offers a nearly direct path for video signal to ensure that no interruptions occur.  The FMJ BDP100 also utilizes broadcast quality digital video clocks, which results in a high picture quality.

The BDP100 comes with a  variety of custom install features as well, including an RC-5 remote input, a full suite of discrete RC-5 codes, a 12 Volt trigger and full duplex RS232 control.

The FMJ BDP100 from Arcam is available now in black or silver for $1,499.







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