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|19th August 2008, 18:56||#1|
Yamaha ready to enter Blu-ray player market
After patiently waiting for the war between Blu-ray and HD DVD to end before entering the market, Yamaha is finally ready to make a move with its BD-S2900 Blu-ray player.
Although nothing has been confirmed, the BD-S2900 is expected to use BonusviewView, Profile v1.1, with 1080p/24fps-compatible HDMI video output, 12-bit deep color, on-screen display with fully enhanced GUI, and will support Blu-ray, DVDs, burned DVDs and CDs. The SDHC-compatible SD card slot lets users present images and videos taken from digital cameras or video recorders; a popular new technology in many new entertainment players.
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