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Old 09-20-2007, 01:02 PM
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Default 2 Blu-ray players now support DTS-HD MA!

Along w/ the Samsung BDP-1400 through a firmware update the Pioneer's now tossed an entry of its own into the pack, unveiling its new high-end BDP-95FD Blu-ray player. As Pioneer is quick to boast, this is apparently the first such player to offer bitstream output of "all advanced audio formats" including Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital+, DTS-HD High Resolution, and DTS-HD Master Audio. Otherwise, the player will give you full 1080p24 video, along with HDMI 1.3 connectivity (including HDMI-CEC technology), and Pioneer's "exclusive" Home Media Gallery, which will let you network the player with your computer or other DLNA-compliant gear. The player is priced at $999.99.
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Hopefully a firmware upgrade will happen with the PS3 to give us DTS-HD MA!!!
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Old 09-20-2007, 01:19 PM
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Hopefully a firmware upgrade will happen with the PS3 to give us DTS-HD MA!!!
It will, just a matter of when! Hopefully it's sooner rather than later!
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It will, just a matter of when! Hopefully it's sooner rather than later!
Yeah, I can't wait to find out how the sound on the "Kingdom of Heaven" running DTS-HD Master Audio.
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Hopefully a firmware upgrade will happen with the PS3 to give us DTS-HD MA!!!
I really hope they do it soon. As far as i know all PS3 units are HDMI 1.3 so it shouldnt be hard to upgrade. Hope I am right bout that
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I really hope they do it soon. As far as i know all PS3 units are HDMI 1.3 so it shouldnt be hard to upgrade. Hope I am right bout that
I actually spoke to sony recently and the guy told me that the next firmware update should been 2.0 and that rumor is that it is going to be a big update.
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I'm looking hard at the Sammy 1400 as my player to get. When you guys say it does all of these advanced codecs, are all of them decoded and sent through the analog 5.1 outs as well? Or is all of this for HDMI bitstream only? I don't have a newer receiver so I'll be running the analog outs for awhile which to me is fine but I want to make sure this player decodes all of them. Alot of BD movies are PCM so it won't matter on those. Let me know - Thanks
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Anyone know if the Sony BDP-100 (1st gen) finally got Dolby TrueHD capability through a firmware update?
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Anyone know if the Sony BDP-100 (1st gen) finally got Dolby TrueHD capability through a firmware update?

Yes it did
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Along w/ the Samsung BDP-1400 through a firmware update the Pioneer's now tossed an entry of its own into the pack, unveiling its new high-end BDP-95FD Blu-ray player. As Pioneer is quick to boast, this is apparently the first such player to offer bitstream output of "all advanced audio formats" including Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital+, DTS-HD High Resolution, and DTS-HD Master Audio. Otherwise, the player will give you full 1080p24 video, along with HDMI 1.3 connectivity (including HDMI-CEC technology), and Pioneer's "exclusive" Home Media Gallery, which will let you network the player with your computer or other DLNA-compliant gear. The player is priced at $999.99.

Too bad it's not Java 1.1
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