3.8 C
New York
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Advertisement

2012 CES: McIntosh Unveils Blu-ray Player and 7-Channel Power Amp

Audio- and videophiles, it’s time to start salivating, McIntosh, longtime high-end audio and video equipment brand, has lifted the curtain on the company’s latest home theatre offerings at this year’s International CES in Las Vegas.

McIntosh MVP891 Universal Blu-ray Player

First up for Blu-ray enthusiasts is the MVP891 Universal Blu-ray Player (SRP:$5,500). The MVP891 is a fully Profile 2.0 web-enabled player that features all the latest Blu-ray features including  Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD digital to analog audio decoding with 7.1 channel analog outputs, with high performance stereo digital to analog audio decoding with four dedicated fully balanced DACs per channel. The MVP891 is SACD and DVD Audio (DVD-A) as well as CD and DVD compatible. It also features Blu-ray 3D, AVCHD, and DLNA compatibility.

McIntosh MC8207 7-Channel Power Amplifier

Extending their home theatre offerings, McIntosh has also unveiled the MC8207 (SRP $6,000) 7-channel power amplifier. The MC8207 features 200 watts per channel and can be used for a 7.1 system or a 5.1 system with the remaining 2 channels utilized for a second stereo zone. It utilizes McIntosh’s McIntosh Dynamic Power Management circuit that allows full power into both 4 and 8 ohm speakers. The unit also features three new “theater style” LED watt meters which allow monitoring of power sent to the main three front speakers.

Join the Discussion on Our Forum

Advertisement

Related Articles

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Stay Connected

300FansLike
0FollowersFollow
723FollowersFollow
- Advertisement -

Notice of Compliance with FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 16 CFR Part 255

In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 16 CFR part 255 guidelines, this website hereby states that it receives free discs and other theatrical or home entertainment “screeners” and access to screening links from studios and/or PR firms, and is provided with consumer electronics devices on loan from hardware manufacturers and/or PR firms respectively for the purposes of evaluating the products and its content for editorial reviews. We receive no compensation from these companies for our opinions or for the writing of reviews or editorials.
Permission is sometimes granted to companies to quote our work and editorial reviews free of charge. Our website may contain affiliate marketing links, which means we may get paid commission on sales of those products or the services we write about. Our editorial content is not influenced by advertisers or affiliate partnerships. This disclosure is provided in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR § 255.5: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Latest Articles

%d bloggers like this: