Sunday, January 9, 2011

Cambridge Audio’s all-new 751BD – the best sounding 3D Blu-ray player yet!

Hot on the heels of its multi award-winning debut Blu-ray Universal player, British hi-fi legend Cambridge Audio will open CES 2011 with a surprise launch in the shape of the 751BR 3D Blu-ray Universal player.

With twin HDMI outputs, the 751BD delivers 3D video to multiple displays and supports onboard decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. These formats can also be output as bitstreams for an AV receiver to decode internally.

The clear on screen menu makes setup simple and in use, the 751BD is whisper quiet and lightning fast with disc loading times a fraction of the competition.

The 751BD incorporates a high quality Marvell QDEO video scaler to produce incredible picture quality from existing DVDs which can now be viewed in full HD 1080p resolution.

However it is the 751BD’s musical performance that really sets it apart from its peers with genuinely uncontested audiophile credentials. With a mouth watering specification including five Wolfson WM8740 DACs, Anagram Technologies Q5 192 kHZ upsampling and a choice of digital filters, the 751BD truly excels as a music source supporting DVD-A, SACD and of course CD.

In addition USB and eSATA drives can be connected for instant enjoyment of movies, music and photos. And with its supplied wireless dongle, the 751BD is ready to connect to the internet and supports BD Profile 2.0 (BD-Live and BonusView).