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Sunday, July 1, 2007

Panasonic DMP-BD10 Blu-ray Disc Player

Blu-ray is the next generation format for high definition entertainment. Its a new dimension in image and sound quality, and its the future of your home theater. A blu-ray disc looks a lot like a dvd but its performance far exceeds what a dvd is capable of. Blu-ray disc have a huge storage capacity for greater audio/video detail, interactive fuctions for better user control and a hard coating that resists scratches and dust.

The panasonic DMP-BD10 blu-ray disc player unleashes the power of Blu-ray. With its advanced Pixel Precision Progressive Processing power for HD, the player provides truely amazing image and sound quality. The DMP-BD10 also comes equipped EZ syncronization controls so you can easily control your entire home theater at the push of a single button.

The Blu-ray disc player can process 15 billion pixels a second producing pictures with astounding quality and clarity, if you view it on the Panasonic 1080p plasma screen, it'll be the most beautiful picture you've ever seen. The blu-ray comes with 7.1 surround sound support will give you an experience of a lifetime far beyond a dvd's capability.


Prices start at $600.

2 comments:

martian said...

the idea is pretty simple ... you see .. as compared to the laser used in a dvd player which has a wavelength of about 650 nm .. blu ray devices used a shorter wave length of about 405 nm ..

just implimenting this theory.. you can get more space on the same size of disc

Vohra said...

Blu-ray tech has been in the air for a year. Its expensive and therefore its comercialisation hasn't been so profitable..
It takes some time for the tech. to glide down to an affordable price and when it spreads to the masses, something new comes up :) Sony has encorporated blu-ray tech for PS3 plus its also present in HP laptops..
Blu-ray multimedia players would definately be the best to experience HD+ and 7.1 surround theatre..
It would be appreciative if you could deliver more about the technology behind Blu-ray disc.
Its a pleasant read up, do keep us updated...
Regards Vohra