BDX2000, de eerste Blu-Ray speler van Toshiba

05 september 2009 1 Minuut 0 Reacties

Toshiba komt, na lange tijd achter HD-DVD te hebben gestaan, dan eindelijk met een Blu-Ray speler. Deze speler, de BDX2000 maakt gebruik van BD-Live 2.0, DivX en AVCHD support, SD en SDHC card support, Deep Color en nog veel meer. Zie hieronder de specificaties en de video van deze nieuwe Blu-Ray speler.

Toshiba, a market leader in home entertainment products, underscores its commitment to high definition entertainment with the introduction of a Toshiba Blu-ray Disc player. The BDX2000 provides Full HD 1080p digital output that when coupled with a REGZA® LCD TV, enables consumers to enjoy the superior quality of high definition content.

BD Live™ Profile 2.0 support
Supporting BD-Live™ (Profile 2.0), the BDX2000 allows users to take advantage of interactive features through an Ethernet connection. From interactive content enabled on select Blu-ray discs and Bonus View support for picture-in-picture capability, Toshiba’s Blu-ray player offers state-of-the-art home entertainment.

Sleek designComplementing the player’s stunning picture quality, design is an integral component of Toshiba’s home entertainment products. This new Blu-ray Disc player boasts a faceted design featuring a smoked mirrored front panel. The stylish, front panel dropdown door conceals the player’s primary functions, allowing for a smooth, clean façade.

Using the REGZA-LINK® function, the new BDX2000 can connect with a REGZA LCD TV via an HDMI cable and display full high definition content with a single remote control. For added convenience, the BDX2000 features a SD card slot, making it an entertainment hub in the home by allowing consumers to showcase photos and videos with ease.

Toshiba BDX2000 – additional Product Features:
• BD-Live™ (Profile 2.0) & BonusView
• 1080p Full HD Video Output
• DivX & AVCHD Playback
• Support for enhanced audio formats from Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential ™
• SD Card Slot (SDHC Compatible)
• Deep Colour
• 1080p upscaling

Bron: Toshiba

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