Oct 23, 2008

Samsung Blu-ray player BD-P2500 Specifications,Reviews,Price

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BD-P2500,Samsung's upcoming Blu-ray player promises BD-Live support out of the box.It should be available from october with its IFA announcement revealing identical specs and price ($499) to the Best Buy-exclusive BD-P2550 already on sale.In addition to BD-Live support, Samsung also confirms that the player packs the always-desirable Silicon Optix HQV video processing chip, and support for both Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD in addition to the usual non-HD formats. With HQV video processing and a wealth of audio support including 7.1 analog output and PCM or bitstream audio for Dolby Digital, Digital Plus, TrueHD or dts soundtracks, and DTS-HD HR and DTS-HD MA bitstream support, that's not an entirely bad thing.

Samsung Electronics is adding the ability to stream Netflix videos and Pandora's online music service to its latest Blu-ray players. Starting today, a free firmware update will add both services to the BD-P255. The Samsung players join the LG BD300 Blu-ray player, the Roku Netflix Player, and the Xbox 360 as the only devices to date--outside of a PC--that can access Netflix's online viewing service.

Samsung’s BD-P2500 meets all of the current BD Profile requirements right out of the box, allowing consumers to instantly enjoy the latest interactive features available, including BD Live™ (Profile 2.0) and Bonus View (Profile 1.1), creating new ways to experience favorite movies. The BD-P2500 comes with a built-in, wired Ethernet connection, 1GB of internal flash memory, and a USB port for memory expansion.To keep consumers updated with the latest features and improvements, Samsung’s BD-P2500 offers three convenient ways to receive new upgrades: via the embedded Ethernet connection, USB port, or on a CD/DVD/BD.

Providing a truly immersive HD home theater experience, Samsung’s BD-P2500 is capable of decoding the latest high-resolution digital multichannel audio soundtracks available. Out of the box, the player can output Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus™, Dolby TrueHD™ and dts as an uncompressed PCM signal, as a bitstream, or via the 7.1 analog outputs for cinematic sound that is comparable with the latest movie theaters.The BD-P2500 offers Full HD 1080p playback, and features an award-winning HQV™ processing chip for the highest quality viewing of Blu-ray discs, upconversion of standard DVDs, and viewing of JPEG images. The BD-P2500 also features an HDMI 1.3 output with xvYCC Deep Color support, and a 24fps film mode, exhibiting smoother, more natural playback of film-based material.

BD-P2500 Blu-ray Player Specifications

Design :-Piano black with chrome accents and touch pad controls

A/V Features

  • Compatible with BD Profile 2.0 (BD Live), Profile 1.1 (Bonus View), and Profile 1.0 interactivity features
  • 1GB internal flash memory for BD Live
  • Award-winning Hollywood Quality Video™ (HQV™) processing
  • 24fps film mode
  • xvYCC Deep Color
  • Selectable DVD upconversion (720p / 1080i / 1080p)
  • Dolby Digital Plus™, Dolby TrueHD™decoding
  • dts-HD HR® decoding via firmware update in the fall
  • Dolby Digital Plus™, Dolby TrueHD™, dts-HD HR / MA® bitstream output

A/V Connections

  • 1 HDMI version 1.3 output with CEC (Anynet+)
  • 1 component output
  • 1 composite output
  • 7.1-Channel analog audio outputs
  • 1 optical digital audio output
  • 1 Ethernet connection (for interactivity features and firmware upgrades only)
  • 1 USB connection (for memory expansion and firmware upgrades only)
    Playable Media
  • BD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD-R(V mode only), DVD-RW (V/VR mode), Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, AVCHD disc

Estimated Selling Price :- $499.99

Availability :- October 2008

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