Onkyo Gets DV-SP406 Upscaling DVD Player While Working On Blu-ray Release
While Sony's busy busting out the next-generation of Blu-ray players, Onkyo seems perfectly happy upconverting plain ol' DVD's. To be fair, the company has a Blu-ray player of their own on tap for later this year, but until then you'll just have to settle for the Onkyo DV-SP406 upconverting DVD player. Capable of upscaling standard-def content to 1080p via HDMI, the DV-SP406 offers playback of all the usual file formats including JPEG, MP3 and WMA files plus video CD's. It also features coaxial/optical digital audio ports, a 108 MHz/14-bit video DAV, Dynamic Range Control, DTS/Dolby Digital/Digital Audio output, and a USB port for multimedia file transfer. Available in black and silver, the DV-SP406 is available from Amazon for $125.
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 17, 2008 5:02 AM