Denon has upgraded its battleship DVD player, the A1X. The new A1XVA (a snip at £2700) now upscales to 1080p, using technology from.Anchor Bay, aka DVDO. The previous iteration only managed a paltry 1080i (with probably the best scaled results ever seen from DVD). It’s joined by the brand’s proprietary Pixel Image Correction (DPIC) system for custom picture enhancement. The deck is also a Universal build, compatible with Super Audio CD and DVD-A platters, and comes equipped with a low jitter DenonLink3 digital audio interface, along with HDMI, DVI, FireWire, Progressive Component, Composite, S-Video and RGB SCART.Disc compatibility includes DVD, DVD-A, SACD, MP3, WMA, JPEG, PHOTO CD, DVD / CD -R +R. With no clear indication how the high definition format war will shake down, making more from traditional DVD sources makes a lot of sense. Probably the best DVD player anyone will ever build.
Denon builds ultimate DVD player
February 8th, 2006 · No Comments
Tags: Home cinema