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Thursday, July 26, 2007
Samsung Introduces Dual-format HD Player


Samsung officialy announced today the launch of its first dual-format high definition player that plays back both HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. The BD-UP5000 is scheduled to retail in the 4th quarter 2007.

Samsung will also introduce the new BD-P1400 Blu-ray Disc player, BD-P2400 Blu-ray Disc player and, as well as the first HD Home Theater solution featuring Blu-ray disc (BD) playback.

Samsung's first dual-format High-Definition (HD) optical disc player, the BD-UP5000 Duo HD Player offers the same playback capabilities of the BD-P2400 including Silicon Optix's HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) processing, while it supports the interactive technologies of both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats, HDi and BD-Java.



Basic Features:

Video
- Blu-ray playback at content native HD resolution of 1080p/1080i/720p and 1080p 24Fs / 60Fs
- HD-DVD playback at 1080p/1080i/720p HQV video selectable up-conversion processing 720p/1080i/1080p

Audio
- Stereo and 7.1-channel audio outputs
- Coaxial and optical digital audio outputs
- Dolby Digital Plus, dts HD, MP3 audio decoding, Dolby TrueHD

Supported Media
HD-DVD/BD-ROM/ DVD-ROM, DVD-+/R, DVD-+/RW, CD, CD-R and CD-RW

- HDMI 1.3 digital interface (1080p/1080i/720p)
- MPEG2, VC-1, H.264, HD JPEG decoding
- 12-bit/216 MhZ video D/A converter; 24-bit/192KHz audio D/A converter
- HDMI, Component Video, S-Video and Composite video outputs
- HDMI CEC
- Ethernet port
- Local Storage
- Picture-in-picture

The BD-UP5000 will be available in 4Q 2007, at a MSRP of $1,049.

HT-BD2 Home Theater Solution with Blu-ray

Samsung also introduced the HT-BD2 Home Theater solution. The HT-BD2 7.1 channel HD receiver / speaker system provides rich sound. A fully powered subwoofer, accentuated by five tower and two satellite rear speakers, gives the HT-BD2 a rumbling 1,100 Watts of total output power to keep movie and audio fans satisfied all from a sleek and single component system that makes operating any function easy. The HT-BD2's Blu-ray player offers full compatibility with 24 movie frames per second playback. Since most movies are filmed at 24 frames per second, the HT-BD2 will be able to playback movies in their native format, significantly reducing unwanted artifacts. Setting the player's Movie Frame (24Fs) feature to ON allows the consumer to adjust the HDMI 1.3 output to 24 frames per second. The HT-BD2 also supports 60Fs for enhanced compatibility with many of today's HDTVs. It is priced at $1,499 and will be available in the 4th quarter.

BD-P1400 and BD-P2400 Blu-ray Players

Samsung's new BD player lineup offers full compatibility with 24 movie frames per second playback. Beyond standard Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS audio playback, both the BD-P2400 and BD-P1400 work with lossless formats including, dts HD and Dolby TrueHD for a variety of clear sound options.

The HDMI 1.3 connection also offers HDMI CEC (Anynet+) technology, allowing consumers to use a single remote control to operate the BD player, TV and other A/V products from Samsung. Additionally, each model is able to up-convert standard DVD discs to full HD 1080p resolution via the HDMI connection, bringing consumers' DVD movie collections into the next generation.

Finishing off the BD-P2400's feature list, the built-in Silicon Optix's Hollywood Quality Video (HQV) processor, a powerful unit similar to those used by Hollywood production studios, enables true 1080i to 1080p HD de-interlacing for some of the best HD images possible ? even from DVD formats. It is a great option to ensure full optimization of HD and SD libraries.

Bothhe BD-P2400 and BD-P1400 models also include backward compatibility with standard DVD and CD formats (including DVD-ROM, DVD-+/R, DVD-+/RW, CD, CD-R and CD-RW). Playback of multimedia content in a variety of different formats is quick and easy at 720p, 1080i and 1080p resolutions. The "Easy Top Menu" allows consumers to change font and color of subtitles and menu titles according to their tastes, as well as the background color and menu graphics. The BD-P1400 is priced at $549, and will be available in September. The BD-P2400 is priced at $649, and will be available in October. Samsung's BD-1200 Blu-ray player, which is currently available, will continue.


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