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Yamaha BD-S667


$330.00 Released June, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Handles scratched rented Blu-ray and DVD discs. Streaming in HD works smoothly and displays in full detail with no noticeable degradation in quality from physical media. Build quality is solid, tray feels relatively sturdy.

The Cons:Slow load time for Blu-ray discs. Lacks high-end noise reduction in the picture.

The Yamaha BD-S667 is a high end Blu-Ray player built to support high definition playback. It is similar to the Yamaha BD-S1900, but with a reduced price and a USB port that will allow for playback of WMV, JPEG, MP3 and WMA formats.

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Full 1080p playback runs through an HDMI port, and is compatible with x.v.Color and Deep Color technologies for vibrant pictures. Dolby TRUE HD is used with the audio to make it match bit-for-bit the original master, and DTS-HD Master Audio manages surround sound capabilities. Online content is viewable via Netflix internet video streaming and BD-Live. This player is DNLA certified, ensuring that it will be interoperable with the widest possible range of other devices.

Features

  • Blu-Ray, DVD, VCD, CD
  • 1080p/24Hz-compatible HDMI video output
  • x.v.Color and Deep Color compatibility
  • 1080p playback for DVDs, photos and personal video data
  • Dolby TRUE HD, DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Netflix Internet video streaming
  • BD-Live
  • Bonus View
  • USB port
  • AVCHD, WMV, JPEG (HD), MP3 and WMA
  • Detachable power cable
  • Yamaha SCENE compatibility
  • DLNA certified

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Pros
  • 1

    handles scratched rented Blu-ray and DVD discs

  • 1

    streaming in HD works smoothly and displays in full detail with no noticeable degradation in quality from physical media

  • 1

    build quality is solid, tray feels relatively sturdy

  • 1

    software updates over the internet are very easy

  • 1

    instructions included are clear and well-written

Cons
  • 2

    slow load time for Blu-ray discs

  • 1

    lacks high-end noise reduction in the picture

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