Playstation3? :dontknow: Unsure about 2, 5 and 6 though.
That's what I thought at first. But, like always, players have a few of the desired options but not all. There is always a compromise. All options certainly exist on the gambit of players I have read articles about. However, every player has some show stopper. If they could standardize certain feature sets that would be great.I think you will find that almost all new BluRay players have the ability to do the items in the list above. Just dont go with the no name brands and you will be fine.
I hear you. Nowadays you need to be a computer geek to operate properly your Blu-ray player, and also your A/V Receiver.Agreed, thanks a bunch.
I have a Blue Ray drive for the HTPC but still find myself compelled with a fixed function dedicated player. Perhaps because NOBODY besides me in my household has a clue how to manage the HTPC (windows media center and all)...
Lol, you're right, I could have add the LG BD390. Nice looking player, lots of streaming stuff, great picture, etc...I think you can add the LG BD390 into the fray.
Profile 2, it adds Wifi (Ive read about connection issues using Wifi, but the LAN would be fine) Netflix, excellent picture quality, and fast load times. Under $300.00.
What i don't know is what chip it uses....Lord may be able to figure this out.....
Hi,How do the players mentioned handle downconversion of lossless surround formats to DD? In my case I'm running with no HDMI (keeping video direct to 1080p projector) and no 5.1 or 7.1 direct inputs on the pre/pro (for now). So I'm going to be listening to everything in DD 5.1 anyway... I would like to have a player with excellent 2 channel playback as this will also be my primary music disc player.
Sorry if this is a hijack... I'm not familiar with your receiver figure you might be in the same boat as me..