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JVC Releases Sub-$200 Blu-ray Player: JVC XV-BP11

JVC today announced the availability of a new, low-priced, Blu-ray player. Although the new player may be tagged “entry level” by the company, the JVC XV-BP11 does everything consumers have to come to expect from a fully-featured Blu-ray player today.  In addition to playback of  of high definition Blu-ray Discs, XV-BP11  also supports the AVCHD format, the high definition format widely used for HD camcorders, including the JVC HD Everio line.

The JVC XV-BP11 is Priced at $199.95
The JVC XV-BP11 is Priced at $199.95

JVC XV-BP11 Features:

  • Playable Discs: BD-Rom, BD-R/RE, DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, Audio CD, CD-R/RW
  • Playable Formats: AVCHD, WMV, JPEG, MP3, WMA, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital plus, Dolby True HD, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio/Essential
  • Connections:
    • Video: HDMI V1.3, composite
    • Audio: Analog L/R, coaxial, HDMI V1.3
    • USB Host (front panel)
  • Convenience Features: Quick loading, cinema zoom (x16), parental lock, slim design

The new JVC XV-BP11 Blu-ray player is available immediately at a suggested retail price of $199.95.

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