Denon's Blu-Ray player Boasts Highest Resolution Available

In a show of remarkable solidarity, Denon has released some Blu-Ray disc players at CEDIA 2007 today - astounding everyone who had forgotten that the format existed and were too busy distracting themselves by salivating on Apple Store windows. The so-called "reference standard" DVD-3800BDCI (and what a snappy name that is) takes the award for being the "world's first BD-ROM Profile 1 version 1.1 Blu-ray Disc Player from a Blu-Ray Disc Association member featuring the acclaimed 10-bit Silicon Optix Realta chipset."

Denon are calling it the highest resolution high-definition video currently available through an HDMI connection, and they've paired it with high-def audio decoding and DDSC-HD audio output.

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plastixblue4064d ago

But I use my PS3 for Blu-Ray,and my 360 for HD-DVD so I dont see myself buying a Stand-alone player anytime soon.

hazeblaze4064d ago

Yea, I won't be buying a standalone player until I can get one of the high end players for around $200.

tonsoffun4064d ago

so what rez is it then?

and what TV will display it correctly?

or is it still at 1080p?

jaja14344064d ago

I was wondering the same thing.

sheng long4064d ago

denon makes quality product$$$$.

cuco334063d ago

Sadly majority won't pick up the player since it's priced outside the budget. For the A/V buffs who don't own a BD player, they'll gladly pick this one up for the BD1.1 profile.

Which reminds me, I though this player was delayed until end of next year?

sleekblackroadster4063d ago

even if they are going by what many consider the next hd standard (1440p) is there a blu ray movie that outputs this res yet anyway?

i'm confused.