SinoCES: Chinese Players Revealed

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Blu-ray.com - SinoCES: Chinese Players Revealed


At the Chinese International Consumer Electronics Show (SinoCES) last week, many Chinese manufacturers were on the show floor displaying their latest products for Blu-ray. Not surprisingly, the majority of the products shown were Blu-ray Disc players, no doubt trying to get a foothold in the exploding Blu-ray market.

A few of these manufacturers even had some brochures for their products, which can be seen below, along with some photos from the show floor.

Desay A&V Science and Technology Company had a brochure outlining their six - that's right, six - Blu-ray players. The BDP-8010, BDP-8020, ..., BDP-8060 all share the same characteristic of looking much like other manufacturers' players.

Desay Brochure

Hotwell was also present to show of their player, the BD-9288. Currently a BonusView player, they are working on the development of a BD-Live follow-up. They are also one of the Chinese manufacturers who state their compliance with anti-piracy measures like AACS and BD+, signaling that they are aware of the problem and are prepared to help fight it.

Hotwell Brochure

Hualu was also showing off a player, though the name will remain unknown (unless one of our readers can provide a brief translation). One thing that was made clear is that this player is either BD-Live, or will be at some point in the future.

Hualu Brochure

And finally, we have VTREK which had two players on display, the BDP-880 and BDP-881. The only difference we can tell between the two, is that the 881 gets a nice chrome piece on the front.

 
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Another 1.1 player that will be obsolete in no time. Why bother?
 
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The Hualu (green flower?) player is supposed to be profile 2.0 capable according to the release. If they internally decode everything and do profile 2.0, they aren't obsolete unless you're talking about that crazy profile 3.0 audio only stuff.
 
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You know, once everything is 2.0 and a few are 3.0, thats all we'll hear about. "Another obsolete" 2.0 player :haha
 
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You know, once everything is 2.0 and a few are 3.0, thats all we'll hear about. "Another obsolete" 2.0 player :haha

As far as I know 1.1 is the final profile. 1.0 is good for me, pop in a disc and press play then when your done eject.
 
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You know, once everything is 2.0 and a few are 3.0, thats all we'll hear about. "Another obsolete" 2.0 player :haha
Thats a cute way to play the game. Don't use 3.0 to soften the blow or hide behind the fact that most players are amazingly still being released as 1.1
 
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Thats a cute way to play the game. Don't use 3.0 to soften the blow or hide behind the fact that most players are amazingly still being released as 1.1

and i am willing to bet the thats more then 90% of the people will need. I dont see people wanting to chat online in the middle of a movie. sorry i just give me the movies, and a couple of outtakes, dont need the whole chat, store, commenteries from producer, writer, actors thats all worthless to me
 
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I want one that also plays DVD-A and SACD, every form of DVD and CD made, including DVD-RAM. And the next winning lottery ticket.

Propeller planes are obsolete. There are jets now.
Jets are obsolete. There are rockets now.
 
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and i am willing to bet the thats more then 90% of the people will need. I dont see people wanting to chat online in the middle of a movie. sorry i just give me the movies, and a couple of outtakes, dont need the whole chat, store, commenteries from producer, writer, actors thats all worthless to me
Technology will always move forward. Your home will be completely wired in the future.
 
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I want one that also plays DVD-A and SACD, every form of DVD and CD made, including DVD-RAM. And the next winning lottery ticket.

The (non 40GB) PS3 is the only one that plays SACD, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray.

The Sony BDP-S1, the LG BH100 and the Pioneer BDP-HD1 don't even play CD's. :rolleyes:

Only the Pioneer DMP-BD10AK plays DVD-A, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray.
 
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Technology will always move forward. Your home will be completely wired in the future.

i would never have a completely wired home, wireless perhaps, but I am not running wires throughout my home nor do I see a lot of other people doing that.
 
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First thing I did as I moved in was install Ethernet, phone, satellite & OTA coax outlets throughout the new (to us) house. Put up OTA antenna, rotor and pre-amp, plus distro amp. Installer showed up and only had to connect the dishes to the coax dangling out on the roof.

Wired Ethernet still works better and more securely than wireless.
 

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