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  • Rotel RDV-995

    Rotel RDV-995

    Rotel RDV-995 Rotel introduces a new high performance single-disk player for DVD-Video, CD and CD-R. The RDV-995 includes 24-bit/96-kHz high-speed single-bit Burr-Brown D/A converters. Dolby Digital, DTS, and PCM data streams are available at the optical digital output for use as required by a separate processor. The analog output stage follows Rotel tradition with precision parts in a high current configuration. A 10-bit, 27MHz video D/A converter, augmented by "Video Fine” capability, processes disc data for maximum resolution. Learn More

  • Denon DVD-3800 BDCI

    Denon DVD-3800 BDCI

    Denon DVD-3800 BDCI The DVD-3800BDCI ($1,999) is the most expensive single-disc Blu-ray player to date. It is also Denon’s first flagship design. With the DVD-3800BDCI, Denon built on its previous Blu-ray transport, the DVD-2500BTCI (reviewed in Home Theater’s June issue). The DVD-3800BDCI adds full onboard decoding for the advanced audio codecs and a Silicon Optix Realta HQV video-processing suite. It’s also Bonus View (PiP) compliant, but it does not meet the hardware requirements to support BD-Live interactivity. Given the price point, I’m surprised that Denon didn’t offer an upgrade path to BD-Live. With BD-Live support available from the PlayStation 3 and several other standalone players, this may be an issue for consumers who want to take full advantage of the format’s interactive capabilities. The DVD-3800BDCI is certainly one of the largest Blu-ray players out there. It shares its sexy lines and robust fit and finish with the DVD-2500BTCI transport. While the transport offers only a single HDMI output, the new player features a full complement of high-quality analog outputs for both video and audio. It also includes a 7.1-channel analog audio output. The connections on the Denon’s back panel offer the best quality I’ve seen in a Blu-ray player. All of the analog jacks are exceptionally sturdy. Denon did not use the standard stamped lot you’ll find on bargain players. The component video outputs even offer a choice of standard RCA terminals or high-quality BNC connections. On the digital side, you can choose from HDMI, TosLink, and a digital coaxial output. Of course, the HDMI output is the only digital connection that takes advantage of next-gen lossless audio (Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio) at full resolution. The front panel’s elegant curved façade matches the look of Denon’s recent high-end AVR line. There is an SD Card input on the front panel that serves a dual purpose. It enables an increase in onboard memory for the Blu-ray Bonus View PiP interactivity, and you can also use it for music and photo playback. Denon also included a button that selects the output resolution or engages the advanced noise reduction of its HQV video-processing suite. Learn More

  • Rotel RDV-1060

    Rotel RDV-1060

    Rotel RDV-1060 was $900 retail otel’s new RDV-1060 single-disc DVD-A player is as remarkably flexible as it is singularly affordable. Drawing on the groundbreaking technology of the acclaimed RDV-1080 and our renowned CD players, this unit combines advanced internal components with Rotel’s time-proven Balanced Design approach for truly superior sound. A high capacity, fully isolated linear power supply provides stable voltage and current for each circuit. The advanced optical transport system reads DVD-A, DVD-V, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-V, and MP3-encoded discs. The high-rigidity disc platform means fewer data errors, less correction, and better sound quality. The RDV-1060 features Dolby Digital, DTS, and DVD-A capability. Three advanced Cirrus Logic/Crystal Semiconductor 24-bit/192kHz digital-to-analog converters handle the often difficult “domain transition” with aplomb to make sure that all discs sound as good as they possibly can. Analog Devices operational amplifiers drive high current six- and two-channel analog audio outputs with supplemental coaxial and optical digital outputs for maximum flexibility. On the video side, the RDV-1060 complements any home theater system with composite, S-, and component video outputs fed by a high-speed 12-bit video digital-to-analog converter. In addition, the RDV-1060’s progressive video capability provides superlative picture quality for even a largescreen home theater system. The RDV-1060 is also designed to make full use of today’s multizone demands. Indeed, the bi-directional RS232 data port ensures compatibility with virtually any whole-home control system. A 12-volt trigger input and rear panel IR (infrared) jacks make the RDV-1060 the perfect player for less-complex systems. A hand-held IR remote control is supplied for easy operation from the comfort of your favorite armchair. Learn More

  • Marantz SA12-S1 Multi-Channel SACD/DVD-Cd player and Video Player

    Marantz SA12-S1 Multi-Channel SACD/DVD-Cd player and Video Player

    Marantz SA12-S1 The SA12 has a very responsive transport, and even allows for a relatively quick switch between stereo and multi-channel tracks of an SACD. Times were about 1.2 seconds to switch between the two, which makes it easier to compare the sonics of the mixes. When switching between the two, you are even taken to the same location within the track. I suspect this player utilizes a DVD-ROM drive, which would explain the rapid alternation. Switches between the CD and SACD layer of hybrid media was on the order of 5 seconds. This is outstanding performance in comparison to other SACD players I have worked with. Please note that a switch between layers will start disc playback from the beginning. This is to be expected, given that the drive must unload the read buffers, change lasers to the CD (or SACD layer), read the TOC (Table of Contents) and prepare for play once more. Learn More

  • Krell Showcase DVD player in silver or black

    Krell Showcase DVD player in silver or black

    Krell Showcase DVD player in silver or black, used bench tested, with remote. $4500 retail voltage conversion possible for an additional $150. http://www.krellonline.com/pdf/SHCS_DVD_ad.pdf Learn More

  • Mcintosh MVP851 DVD/CD player

    Mcintosh MVP851 DVD/CD player

    Mcintosh MVP851 in excellent condition MVP851 DVD-Audio/Video player Formats: DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-R, CD, Video CD, CD-R/RW, MP3 Onboard decoders: Dolby Digital, DTS Analog audio outputs: 1 pair stereo balanced (XLR), 1 pair stereo single-ended (RCA), 1 set single-ended 5.1 (RCA) Digital audio outputs: 1 coaxial, 1 TosLink Video outputs: 1 set component (RCA), 1 S-video, 1 composite (RCA) Frequency responses: DVD: 4Hz–88kHz (192kHz sampling rate on DVD-A); CD: 4Hz–20kHz. Signal/noise: 115dB Dynamic range: 103dB THD: 0.002% Dimensions: 17.5" x 5.375" x 15" (WxHxD Learn More

  • Krell DVD Standard with HDMI option

    Krell DVD Standard with HDMI option

    Krell DVD Standard with HDMI option $9500 retail, original box/packing remote DVD Standard DVD player Control ports: RS-232 & RC-5 remote-control inputs, 12V AC out Dimensions: 17.25" x 5.65" x 16.45" (WxHxD) Learn More

  • Rotel rdv-1080

    Rotel rdv-1080

    rotel rdv-1080 used. $1500 retail. Learn More

  • Rotel RDV-1050

    Rotel RDV-1050

    Rotel RDV-1050 product sheet: http://www.rotel.com/sites/default/files/product/infosheets/RDV995_InfoSheet_LR.pdf Learn More

  • Krell Evolution EV525A  CD with cast, xlr and rca outputs, a/v optional board

    Krell Evolution EV525A CD with cast, xlr and rca outputs, a/v optional board

    Krell Evolution EV525av In the tradition of all legendary Krell digital playback systems - like the KPS-20i or KPS-25sc - the Evolution 525a The slot-loaded disc-clamping transport mechanism provides a stable platform for the dual differential 24-bit DAC, one for each channel, feeding Krell's class A analog output stages with CAST connection in addition to the standard RCA and XLR outputs. Sophisticated multi-stage filtered power supply provides separate power to each individual section of the playback process. The EV525a is a purist audiophile reference CD player for those who still much prefer traditional 2-channel high-end audio systems. Learn More

  • Mcintosh MVP861 DVD/CD Player

    Mcintosh MVP861 DVD/CD Player

    Mcintosh MVP861 MVP 861 universal disc player Analog audio outputs: L/R balanced (XLR), L/R single-ended (RCA), 5.1-channel (RCA) Digital audio outputs: coaxial, TosLink Video outputs: component (RCA), S-video, composite DVD frequency response: 4Hz-88kHz (192kHz sampling rate, linear audio) CD frequency response: 4Hz-20kHz S/N: 115dB Dynamic range: 110 dB THD: 0.002% Channel separation: 110dB (1000 Hz) Dimensions: 5.375" x 17.5" x 13.125" (HxWxD) Weight: 21.5 lbs Learn More

  • Denon DVD5000

    Denon DVD5000

    Denon DVD5000 with remote The best of the best in its day. Was $2500 new (better than Pioneer Elite DV09 Makes a really good cd transport also. Disc formats: DVD, CD, VCD Audio formats: PCM, DD, DTS Signal to Noise Ratio: 118dB Dynamic range: 100dB Total harmonic distortion: 0.0015% Line output: 2V Digital Output: Coaxial, Optical Video Connections: Component, SVHS, Composite Dimensions: 434 x 135 x 374mm Weight: 16.5kg Learn More

  • Pioneer Elite DVAX10

    Pioneer Elite DVAX10

    $5500 retail Video Performance Features: PureCinema Progressive Output 10-bit Video Processing System w/ 54MHz Bandwidth Automatic Jitter Adjustment Component Frame DNR Y/C Timing Adjustment Dynamic Black Level Extension Horizontal and Vertical Sharpness Control Brightness and Contrast Controls Color Saturation and Hue Controls Viterbi Decoding Process Audio Performance Features: DVD-Audio, Dolby Digital, DTS, & 2 Channel SACD Decoders Analog Devices Multi-bit 192k / 24-bit Audio D/A Converters (Front L/R) Analog Devices 96k / 24-bit Audio D/A Converters (Center, Surround., Sub) Hi-Bit Legato Link Conversion Dolby® Digital and DTS® Digital Outputs 96k/24-bit LPCM Digital Out Capable Construction: Quad Layered Chassis Copper Shielded Isolated Chamber Construction (3 Chamber / 4 Box) Double Air Lock Shield Door Dual R-Core Transformers Absolute Integrity Construction Output Terminals: Video Parallel Video Outputs Component Video Output S-Video Outputs (S2 Compatible) x 2 Audio 5.1 Analog Out Coaxial and Optical Digital Outputs Exclusive LPCM Coaxial Digital Output Dolby® Digital and DTS® Digital Outputs Convenience Feature: Jog / Shuttle Remote Control Trick Play Processor Graphic User Interface Condition Memory (up to 30 Discs) Video Parameter Memory On-Screen Bit Rate Indicator Dimensions: Width: 17-6/16 ins Height: 5-15/16 ins Depth: 15-9/16 ins Learn More

  • Meridian 861  including Worldwide shipping

    Meridian 861 including Worldwide shipping

    Meridian 861 including Worldwide shipping, includes MRS remote V2.71 Learn More

  • Pioneer Elite DV-09 DVD/CD Player

    Pioneer Elite DV-09 DVD/CD Player

    Pioneer Elite DV-09 DVD/CD Player The new DV-09 is Pioneer's first DVD player in its Elite line. More than simply an upscale version of a standard Pioneer DVD player, the DV-09 was built from the ground up to be a flagship product. It's also the first DVD player I've seen to have been certified under THX's DVD-player certification program The instant you take it out of the box, you know that the DV-09 is no ordinary player. The standard high-gloss Pioneer Elite cosmetics are clearly evident, but more significantly, the weight—nearly 35 lbs—is a surprise. This first impression of robust construction isn't misleading. A look inside reveals solid workmanship, including extensive use of copper and copper-clad parts for the chassis rear and bottom, internal partitions, and parts of the player mechanism. The DV-09 sports all the important features currently offered by today's best DVD players and then some. These include 10-bit video D/A converters, component-video outputs, a complete complement of composite and S-video jacks, and digital and analog audio outputs. The DV-09 plays DVDs, CDs, and Video CDs, but not CD-Rs; in addition, it should not be confused with Pioneer's combi players (no laserdisc playback here). The DV-09 is also specified to be compatible with the upcoming DTS DVDs. (None were available for test when I wrote this review.) The capability to play DTS DVDs is announced by a cosmetically jarring red-and-white sticker on the front panel. (Fortunately, this sticker can be peeled off.) The DV-09's variable dynamic-range compression for Dolby Digital sources is redundant when the unit is used with a high-end Dolby Digital surround processor or receiver, which typically includes this feature. And because this player will most likely be used in such a system, Pioneer has wisely chosen not to include a Dolby Digital 5.1-channel decoder. The analog audio outputs incorporate Pioneer's Legato Link Conversion technology. It's claimed that this process extrapolates the extreme high-frequency overtones that are rolled off by CD's inherent 44.1 kHz sampling frequency. Learn More

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