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Old 05-24-2006, 10:09 AM   #30  
Revolv
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Strawberry - I will provide this link from SONY's own website to illustrate exactly the point I have made.

The player can ONLY decode the legacy "CORE" streams of DD and DTS from these advanced formats.

http://www.sonystyle.com/is-bin/INTE...=feature&var2=

To Whit:

FEATURES:
Blu-ray Disc / DVD Playback2
Video Codec Format : MPEG2/MPEG4-AVC/VC-1
Full HD 1080p Video Output through HDMI connection1
DVD Upscaling to 1080p3
Picture Mode Settings
Uncompressed Multi Channel Linear PCM Output
Dolby® Digital Plus(Dolby® Digital audio stream only), Dolby® TrueHD (Dolby® Digital audio stream only) dts®-HD --- (dts audio stream only) Digital Out and decoding capability
Dolby® Digital and dts® 5.1channel Output
Multi Channel 192KHz/24bit Audio D/A Converters
Rigid Beam Construction
Separated Audio Circuit Board
Highly Tuned Audio Parts
Drive Bracket for stability of drive system
Individual Speaker Setting
Off Center Insulator Feet
BD-Java Interactive Capability5
Pop up Menu
Quick Set Up
FL Off/Dimmer Mode
Screen Saver
MP3 and JPEG Playback from DVD Media4
Parental Control
IR In
Multi Brand TV Control Remote
Sophisticated Box Design with blue glass front


I hope this helps everyone understand.

Quote:
Originally Posted by strawberry
No, the BDP-S1 offers the same TrueHD 2-Channel capability that the HD-A1 does.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1142288677966

http://www.dvdcity.com/dvdplayer/sony-bdps1.php
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