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ONKYO BD-SP809

Onkyo BD-SP809 Blu-Ray Disc Player - 3D Supported - 1080p - Picture-in-Picture - Onscreen Display (17.13"w X 12.31"d X 4.13"h )(Black)

MSRP: $549.00

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Onkyo top Blu-ray player, the THX® certified BD-SP809 provides a wide range of playback functions to complement your high-quality home theater. As well as playing CDs, DVDs, and 3D-encoded BDs, the BD-SP809 handles videos, music, and photos sent from a DLNA 1.5-certified media server. Image quality is superb, whatever the source. Onboard technology from Marvell ensures pristine deinterlacing, noise-reduction, and 1080p upscaling. Twin HDMI® outputs allow you to switch between two displays—say, your main TV for daily viewing and a projector for movies and sports. And whether you’re playing high-def DTS and Dolby formats or compressed MP3s, your audio benefits from a high-precision clock, separate blocks for video and audio circuitry, and a vibration-reducing top cover. It all adds up to a virtuoso playback solution for the dedicated fan of quality entertainment.
SUMMARY
Brand: Onkyo
Summary: Onkyo top Blu-ray player, the THX® certified BD-SP809 provides a wide range of playback functions to complement your high-quality home theater. As well as playing CDs, DVDs, and 3D-encoded BDs, the BD-SP809 handles videos, music, and photos sent from a DLNA 1.5-certified media server. Image quality is superb, whatever the source. Onboard technology from Marvell ensures pristine deinterlacing, noise-reduction, and 1080p upscaling. Twin HDMI® outputs allow you to switch between two displays—say, your main TV for daily viewing and a projector for movies and sports. And whether you’re playing high-def DTS and Dolby formats or compressed MP3s, your audio benefits from a high-precision clock, separate blocks for video and audio circuitry, and a vibration-reducing top cover. It all adds up to a virtuoso playback solution for the dedicated fan of quality entertainment.
Category: BLU-RAY-PLAYER
Model: BD-SP809
MPN: BD-SP809
UPC: 751398009952
Description: Onkyo BD-SP809 Blu-Ray Disc Player - 3D Supported - 1080p - Picture-in-Picture - Onscreen Display (17.13"w X 12.31"d X 4.13"h )(Black)
Series: Standard
Color: Black
Retail: $549.00
FEATURES
Color: Black
3D Capability: Yes
CD-R Compatibility: Yes
Mp3 Capability: Yes
Windows Media Capability: Yes
SACD Capability: Yes
CD R-RW Capability: Yes
Disc Capacity: 1
Blu-ray Capability: Yes
On-screen Display: Yes
DVD-Audio Compatibility: Yes
SPECIFICATIONS
Width: (inches)17.1
Height: (inches)4.1
Weight: (pounds)10.4
Depth: (inches)12.3
Promo Tag: Low Price Guarantee No Sales Tax Outside AZ
Link To Manufacturer Product Detail Page: http://www.onkyousa.com/Products/model.php?m=BD-SP809&class=DVD&source=prodClass
Shipping Weight: (pounds)13.4
Shipping Type: Non Freight

Inputs & Outputs

USB Ports: 1
3D Pass-Through: Yes
HDMI-CEC Inputs: 1
Total HDMI Inputs: 1
1080p Video Output: Yes
Analog Audio Outputs: 1
Component Video Input: Yes
Component Video Output: Yes
Composite Video Inputs: 1
Coaxial Digital Audio Inputs: 1
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