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Old 01-20-08, 01:23 PM   #10
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Default Re: Nice writeup on the different BD profiles

Right now the Panasonic BD30 is quite an attractive standalone option so long as you have a receiver that can decode TrueHD/DTS-HDMA. It has stunning video quality and is almost as fast as the PS3 in loading, plus it can do profile 1.1 and the nextgen audio codecs bitstream.

Only downsides are no BD-Live and also no lossless audio when PiP is enabled.
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