With non-physical consumption of music and movies firmly established, and the imminent appearance of Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray, does it make sense to release an expensive new disc player in 2015? Cambridge Audio certainly thinks so. A modern disc player...
Tagged: Home theatre
The new 752BD is Cambridge Audio’s latest version of their universal disc player, one box to take on all manner of physical disc and increasingly popular digital media.
The BDP-105 is OPPO’s new flagship Blu-ray player that promises to marry superb disc playback with unmatched versatility in one unit.
The Panasonic AR100E is a worthy replacement for the popular AX series.
Panasonic is targeting the AE7000E squarely at the home theatre connoisseur with dedicated environments who wants 3D and fine imagery.
For many years now Oppo has been the champion of the affordable universal disc player. Despite a good reputation and (perhaps because of its) fawning audience, it has remained a niche player, primarily represented by online resellers.
I was asked to review the recently released Mitsubishi HC9000D 2D/3D home theatre projector where they have adopted Sony’s new SXRD panels into the design, capable of 3D and promising to be very capable projector, I of course said yes please.
A screen is almost an afterthought by many, just “use the wall” is something commonly heard, but the performance difference with a good screen is well worth the money.
The 650BD is Cambridge Audio’s latest take on the universal disc player, a breed of player that Cambridge have had great success with.
Thirty minutes later and the wife mutters, “This is just unreasonably good”