Denon DVD 2500BT
Blu Ray Player Review
The Denon DVD 2500BT is different to other players in that it provides Blu-ray transport. It is designed to offer a more affordable way of
obtaining the best images and audio when it is connected to an HD set-up. Unfortunately this does mean that it only has 1 HDMI output and
no analogue audio outputs, coaxial or optical outputs and is therefore not suited to everyone. To be able to get the best out of this player
you will need a multichannel amplifier or processor that is capable of accepting and decoding audio signals over HDMI.
The images produced by the Denon 2500BT are outstandingly detailed as the player supports 1080p/24 and Deep Colour. The DVD 2500BT can output
formats like DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD in bitstream so that they can be sent to a receiver with HD audio and decoded. The colours produced by
this player are natural with clear edges and smooth motion. The 500BT will also give you the best quality black images so that they remain true
This Denon also has upscaling capabilities and can upscale standard DVDs to 1080p with similar impressive image results to those above. This
really is an outstanding Blu ray player and providing you have the necessary receivers to make the most of it, you could do a lot worse then
this machine. One thing to note though is that it is fairly sizeable so make sure you have a large enough space for it.
Denon DVD 2500BT Specifications
Dimensions (Approx): 434 x 139 x 391 mm
Weight (Approx.): 9.4 kg
Playable disc formats: DVD-Video/ DVD-R/ -RW/ DVD+R/ +RW/ CD
JPEG/Kodak/Fuji photo disc support
1 HDMI output
Dolby Digital Plus, DTS HD, Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD Master Audio,
Excellent Blu-ray performance
Superb DVD playback
Well designed and built
Quite bulky and heavy
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