PS Audio changes the game with their new hi-res disc player/digital audio streaming media player.
The Toshiba Symbio™ BDX6400 Blu-ray player is a mighty mite, featuring 4K upscaling, WiFi, 2D, 3D, DVD, and CD playback.
LG has come up with a new network-capable 3D Blu-ray/DVD player that offers some cool features such as a Wii-style “magic remote,” NFC technology, and 4K upscaling, but which come at an added cost.
LG comes up with a smart compact 3D Blu-ray Player, the BP620, that delivers excellent overall performance at a very reasonable price. With built-in WiFi and wired internet available, it will also stream most of the good stuff out there.
Denon’s DBT-1713UD Universal Audio/Video Player is a study in versatility, excellent performance, unfussy set up, and good build quality. It provides internet streaming apps like VUDU, Hulu and Netflix, but surprisingly lacks a full assortment of analog outputs or wireless operation.
Toshiba introduces a smart little BD/DVD player, the BDX5300, with a most appealing sticker price, that simply boots up and plays video and audio discs flawlessly.
McIntosh Laboratories has introduced its statement audio/video player. The MVP891 is easily one of the best built and performing universal players tested to date.
The Toshiba BDX5200 works out some of the kinks that appeared in the BDX3000 we reviewed some time ago, but although it offers strong performance as an entry-level 3D Blu-ray player, it still has some issues that leave it a somewhat frustrating player to use.
Marantz takes aim at its competitors with this entry-level universal Blu-ray disc player that does Blu-ray 3D and just about every other format one could imagine, but how does it stack up to other players given its $600 price tag?
We try out Samung’s new LightScribe-enabled BD-ROM/DVD Writer. This easy-to-install drive from Sammy is versatile and low-priced, but is it right for you?