Details have emerged on the internet of NAD's forthcoming T 587 Blu-ray player. We don't have a UK release date yet, but the spec looks impressive.
It's Profile 2.0 enabled, decodes high-definition audio, has HDMI 1.3 connectivity and boasts quick loading of Blu-ray discs, NAD claims.
The T 587 plays Blu-ray discs in BD-ROM, BD-R and BD-RE formats, as well as handling CDs, DVDs and DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW discs. The player supports 1080p Full HD pictures at 24fps, Deep Colour and xvYCC Extended Colour Space.
High-definition audio on Blu-ray can be decoded onboard the player, making the unit compatible with older AV amps or receivers, or sent via HDMI to a home cinema amp or receiver with HD decoding.
Connectivity includes Ethernet, component and composite video, coaxial and optical digital audio, plus analogue phono.
An external IR input allows easy integration with advanced control and home automation systems, and a front-panel USB port lets owners play music and picture files stored on a memory stick or portable MP3 player.
The NAD T 587 Blu-ray player will be available in most markets in December, but this has not yet been confirmed for the UK.