|Item Weight||4.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.6 x 17.1 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||DBP-1611UD|
Denon DBP-1611UD Universal Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Player, Black
- Exclusive Denon technology provides universal playback of popular audio and video disc formats, including Blu-ray, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD and music CD
- 3D-Ready via firmware solution (planned for Fall 2010) BD Profile 2.0, BD-Live enabled via Ethernet with 1GB on-board memory, expandable via USB port
- DLNA 1.5 Certified for audio/video/photo streaming over the home network. Netflix* and YouTube streaming (*subscription required)
- Wide range of picture adjustments for optimum player/HDTV matching
- 12 bit video D/A conversion. 24 bit/192 kHz Burr-Brown PCM-1781 premium audiophile D/A converters. Dedicated 2 channel output with multi-channel mix down
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|Connectivity Technology||ethernet, usb, hdmi||—||—||Wired||wi-fi_built_in, hdmi||hdmi|
|Item Dimensions||17.1 x 12.6 x 4.2 in||12.24 x 16.93 x 3.11 in||11.5 x 10.83 x 2.76 in||17.12 x 10.12 x 3.38 in||7.9 x 16.9 x 1.8 in||13 x 11 x 11 in|
|Item Weight||—||9.48 lbs||3.09 lbs||6 lbs||3.8 lbs||2 lbs|
The DBP-1611UD's 'Universal' disc playback technology provides playback of virtually all popular disc formats. This includes high definition Blu-ray discs, DVD-Audio and SACD high resolution stereo and multi-channel music format discs, DVD-Video and music CD's. Audio and Videophiles with large disc libraries will appreciate this comprehensive disc playback capability combined with premium audio and video performance. Engineered with the latest technology, the DBP-1611UD is BD Profile 2.0, BD-Live enabled and 3D ready via Ethernet connectivity. The 3D Blu-ray disc playback will be activated via a simple firmware upgrade planned for Fall 2010. Additionally, via the Ethernet port or front USB input, the DBP-1611UD connects to your multimedia home PC and lets you watch your favorite videos, listen to your favorite audio tracks and even view your favorite photos. The DBP-1611UD is fully DNLA certified to support video and movie streaming from the internet, with YouTube and Netflix capability (subscription required for Netflix). For optimum audio quality, the DBP-1611UD is equipped with the latest specification HDMI output, along with coaxial digital output, and an audiophile stereo output that features premium Burr-Brown PCM-1781 24 bit/192 kHz D/A converters. For multi-channel SACD compatibility, the DBP-1611UD provides stereo mix down along with bass management via the analog stereo outputs.
Top customer reviews
initially the unit read all disks no problem - then once in a while it started having problems reading certain disks.
Now it will not read any SACD - will not read certain DVD's
When will the madness stop - for the $ you would expect to get more than 2 years out of a " Denon " branded product.
Now I have a $400 dolla POS + the cost to fix who knows $200 -/ $300 = $700 and the product is only 2 years old WTF !!!
Do not but Denon without an extended warranty OR don't buy at all !
There were a couple of annoying things about its behavior, though. First, the disc drawer is very slow to open and close. I realize that there might be a lot of thinking that the electronics has to do, but it's exasperating to have to stand there with the disc in your hand for so long ( almost 10 secs sometimes). Second, this player has a noisy transport. You can hear the thing clunking from across the room. Finally, it had a strong smell of burning plastic when operating. I thought sure it was burning up, but nothing happened--for four months of light usage--until finally it died and would not power up. I guess it was burning up -- slowly.
Then when I went to get service repairs, I found out that Denon contracts its warranty service to a TV repair shop across town that was only open on weekdays. The shop said it would be one month minimum to even find out what was wrong with it. They said that Denon does not support "board level" swap repairs which as a result requires that the faulty components on the circuit boards be identified and replaced with... whatever components the shop can find that will work--Denon does not provide their warranty shops with factory component parts for repairs. Overall, this unit was not worth the headache and I would not buy it--or any other Denon product again.
I think that the quality is generally good for the money, but I would suggest that if one wanted to buy it, it would be wise to call the local Denon warranty repair shop and find out what kind of repair support Denon is providing to them--and to you the buyer, just in case.