Blu-ray Range With BD Live As Standard

Sony’s latest range of Blu-ray gear features BD Live as standard

Sony Australia has released a range of Blu-ray hardware line-up that includes three new players and two home theatre systems, which introduces wireless connectivity for the first time, and features BD Live as a standard.

This coincides with Sony’s largest and strongest line-up of Bluray hardware to date as well as over 180 titles available on Blu-ray Disc from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment alone.
The BDPS360 has a start up of approximately six seconds, and is a sleekly designed Blu-ray Player that offers full Blu-ray Disc and CD playback. The DVD upscaling ability makes standard definition DVDs look much better.

Then there is the BDPS560, whose stand out features includes the addition of wireless connectivity for BD Live (Profile 2.0), USB photo playback and DLNA photo streaming. Wireless technology means more convenience and less clutter. Connect wirelessly to your home network to access BD Live content via the internet or even view your favourite photos from any networked Digital Living Network Alliance-enabled PC or device.

Finally, there is the BDPS760 player that has HD audio with wireless connectivity for BD Live, 7.1ch analogue audio outputs, gold plated terminals, DLNA photo streaming and USB photo playback. The BDPS760 also features Precision Cinema HD upscaling, Super Bit Mapping (SMB) and HD reality enhancer technology for a supreme high definition viewing experience with improved colour gradation and pixel perfect video processing.

BDPS360 $449
BDPS560 $549
BDPS760 $729