|Item Weight||8.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 17 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||VBR100|
VIZIO VBR100 Full HD Blu-ray Player
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- Full HD 1080p playback and access to BD-Live
- 7.1 Digital multi-channel audio via HDMI
- Built-in audio decoding for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TruHD and DTS
- Plays Blu-ray discs, DVDs, Audio CDs, MP3s and JPEGs
- Illuminated touch panel that disappears when the player is off
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Product Overview Maximize your high definition experience with the VBR100 Blu-Ray Disc Player! The full 1080p high definition playback gives you razor sharp images incumbent in a sleek design with an intuitive, easy-to-use remote control. Illuminated touch controls disappear when the player is off for a clean, lustrous look. The 7.1 digital audio with built-in Dolby Digital* is sure to provide the ambiance any home theater enthusiast is looking for! Tech Specs General Specifications: Unit Dimensions: 16.929-Inch W x 2.441-Inch H x 10.925-Inch D, Box Dimensions: 21.654-Inch W x 6.102-Inch H x 14.370-Inch D, Net Weight: 6.944 lbs.Gross Weight: 8.818 lbs. Power Input: 50HZ/60HZ, Voltage Range: 110V~240V, Power-On Consumption (AVG): <25W, <1W Standby,Remote: VBR100 Proprietary Remote, Power Cord: Attached - Length: 1.8M, Signal Cable: Composite RCA + RCA Audio R/L - 1.8M Compatibility: Plays Blu-Ray Discs (BD-Live** & Bonus View) Plays DVDs, Audio CDs, MP3s and JPEGs, Built-In Audio Decoding for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TruHD and DTS, Multi-Channel 7.1 Audio Output via HDMI Playback and Enjoy Media via Input (Jpegs and MP3s)Outputs: HDMI Version 1.3 with HD Audio Bitstream, Component (YCrCB) Composite Video, Stream Audio (24 Bit, 192KHz) Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio,7.1 Digital Audio via HDMI only,Separate Use Memory Drive required; requires internet connection
VIZIO's VBR100 High Definition Blu-ray disc player places you in the center of the action. Featuring full HD 1080p playback, you get razor sharp, life-like picture quality you never thought possible. It also features 7.1 multi-channel audio via HDMI that delivers a surround sound experience that's so crisp you'll feel as if you're sitting in middle of the scene. Owners of the VBR100 get all this packaged in a sleek design with an illuminated touch panel that disappears when the player is off and includes an easy-to-use, intuitive remote control.
- Plays Blu-ray Discs (BD-Live* & Bonus View)
- Plays DVDs, Audio CDs, MP3s and JPEGs
- Built-in Audio Decoding for Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TruHD, DTS
- Multi-Channel 7.1 Audio Output via HDMI
- Playback and Enjoy Media via USB Input (JPEGs and MP3s)**
- HDMI Version 1.3 with HD Audio Bitstream
- Component (YCrCB) and Composite Video
- Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio
- Stream Audio (24 Bit, 192KHz)
- Unit Dimensions: 16.929" W x 2.441" H x 10.925" D
- Box Dimensions: 21.654" W x 6.102" H x 14.370" D
- Net Weight: 6.944 lbs.
- Gross Weight: 8.818 lbs.
- Power Input: 50HZ/60HZ
- Voltage Range: 100V~240V
- Power-On Consumption (AVG): <25W, <1W Standby
- Remote: VIZIO VBR100 proprietary remote
- Power Cord: Attached - length: 1.8M
- Signal Cable: Composite RCA + RCA Audio R/L - 1.8M
What's in the Box
VIZIO VBR100 Blu-ray disc player, remote control (w/batteries), users manual.
6 Times the Picture Data on DVDs
See everything your HDTV can show you. Blu-ray Disc's Full HD 1080p resolution produces over 2 million pixels per frame to produce a razor-sharp picture with unmatched depth and clarity that takes full advantage of the capabilities of today's 1080p HDTVs. That's six times the picture data contained on DVDs, which are encoded at only 480p.
24p True Cinema Video Output
Most Hollywood movies are shot at 24 frames per second, and Blu-ray Disc movies are mastered at 24 frame per second, so it is only fitting that Blu-ray Disc players can output your films at 1080/24p for a true film-like experience at home. Blu-ray disc players can also output at 1080/60p for more traditional HDTV sets on the market. Either way, you covered for the best picture possible in Full 1080p.
Backwards compatible and Upscaling
All existing Blu-ray Disc players will play your standard DVD collection without a problem. And with built-in 1080p video upscaling, they'll look even better.
This VIZIO Blu-ray player is compatible with Dolby TrueHD, Dolby's next-generation lossless technology developed for high-definition disc-based media. Dolby TrueHD delivers tantalizing sound that is bit-for-bit identical to the studio master, unlocking the true high-definition entertainment experience on next-generation discs. When coupled with high-definition video, Dolby TrueHD offers an unprecedented home theater experience that lets you enjoy sound as stunning as the high-definition picture.
- Delivers studio-master-quality sound that unlocks the true high-definition entertainment experience on next-generation discs
- Offers more discrete channels than ever before for impeccable surround sound
- Compatible with the A/V receivers and home-theaters-in-a-box (HTIBs) of today and tomorrow
*Requires internet connection
**Separate use memory drive required
Top Customer Reviews
The pros of Blue Ray. Regular DVDs upgrade to TV resolution in our case 720. HDMI who invented this technology?? We only have two cables plugged into our TV. HDMI for HD Cable and HDMI cable for Blue ray player. We are also thinking about getting a dolby stereo with HDMI technology. Only three HDMI cables and a couple speaker wires? Sounds pretty simple,doesn't it??
Blue ray discs are great! We still need to try our BD live feature. I am now curious about updating the firmware. Vizio player picture quality? I have to be biased because I own a Vizio television.
The cons? The cons are few. Vizio needs to bring back its Vizio universal remote. I have to use a separate Vizio remote to change my HDMI selection on my Vizio TV. The setup noise. I almost had a melt down the first time I powered up the unit. I thought I had a broken player. No, its just plain noisy,during power up. Once you load the disc it purrs like a new born kitten. Start up time is slow when playing non-blue ray discs. Blue rays load up rather quickly.
Blue ray technology is going to remain hopefully a long time? The motion picture companies are slowly making new releases affordable. You can get a catalog selection of long time favorite list of Blue ray movies for the regular price of most regular dvds.
Closing statement: I have unplugged my long lived and still living dvd player from a competitive manufacture. I have a young family and a tight budget for diapers and formula. Vizio home entertainment, keeps a smile on dad's face.
I started loading "The Bounty Hunter" at about 9:05 pm. It is now 10:00 and I still cannot watch the movie because it's a Blu-Ray disc. It starts to load, then opens the drawer. I get up to close the drawer and start again. It goes through the "loading disc" phase for a few minutes, then it opens the drawer again. I get up close the drawer, it stalls. I try the remote to get it to play, ffwd, stop - anything. Have to get up again, turn the power off, turn it back on, the boot up begins, it opens the drawer, I shut the drawer. Finally! It's going to play. I don't want to watch the previews so I hit the disc menu button, nothing, no response. I hit the chapter button until the previews are history. The main menu comes up and I select play without the genius option. It starts to play then it freezes. Again the buttons on the remote are unresponsive. I take the disc out and run laser cleaning disc through the player. (I have to do this every three or four plays) Put the disc back in and start over again. Got all the way to Chapter two and it stopped playing again. I give up on the Blu-Ray and put in a DVD - no problem, it's playing just fine.
If you want to play Blu-Ray discs, get a different player or a Play Station 3. If your life is simply otherwise boring, or you need the physical exercise or just need to practice patience - buy this player. I'm looking for a better player myself. Watching a Blu-Ray movie on a Blu-Ray player should not be this frustrating. The only good thing about this player is the picture quality on all of my DVDs is so much better with the HDMI cable (which you have to buy separately) and this player's up-scaling ability.
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