Denon has announced the latest addition to its range of 3D Blu-ray players, the DBP-2012UD. The player sits in the middle of the company's range at £750, and is due in stores from March.
The player was originally announced last year as the DBP-2011UD but never quite broke cover. This model, the DBP-2012UD, will now take its place.
Billed as a universal player, the unit will play SACD and DVD-Audio discs as well as 3D Blu-rays. It's DLNA-certified for accessing content over your home network, while streaming direct from YouTube will come as part of a firmware update scheduled for Spring 2011.
A high quality DAC and video processor is said to owe much to the high-end Denon models, while you'll find a dedicated two-channel input alongside the 7.1-channel output and HDMI connections.
All HD audio decoding is of course supported, as is BD-Live thanks to the 1GB internal memory. Extensive file support includes DivX Plus HD, MP3 and WMA files.
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The Denon DBP-2012UD is available in silver or black and is due in March for £750.