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Friday, August 22, 2008
Samsung's latest BD player BD-P2550 available from Best Buy


Samsung's newest Blu-ray player, the BD-P2550, has gone straight from the electronics manufacturer to store shelves, without fanfares.

The BD-P2550 can be currently purchased via Best Buy's web store, and sports features such as Ethernet and USB 2.0 ports for firmware upgrades and connection of other devices, respectively. The former will let users to download the BD-Live update when it becomes available, enabling them to download the latest BonusView content such as new movie previews and special features.

The BD-P2550 will also upscale standard DVDs to 720p or 1080p resolution via its HQV processor. A 10-bit / 108MHz DTA converter handles the video signals, with a 24-bit / 192kHz DTA taking care of audio. Supported audio decoders include DTS, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD, and the player includes analog outputs for 7.1-channel audio support. Other connections include one each of component, composite and HDMI video outputs, along with an optical and stereo audio outputs. An HDMI-CEC network connection gives users the option to control compatible HDMI devices with a single remote.

The player is available from Best Buy, for $499.


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