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The Denon DBP-4010UDCI is a universal CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc player released by Denon Electronics in mid 2009.

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Pros

built with heavy-duty, high quality components meant to last

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picture output maximizes the capacity of the Blu-ray format for sharpness and color rendition

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audio output is full and rich

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full support for deep color, can achieve the most subtle shades possible on higher-end displays

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Cons

laser is a bit picky, just won't play some Blu-ray or DVD discs

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occasional warming-up or cooling-down "clunk" inside as something shifts

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firmware update can take up to a full hour, but is worth it for even better colors

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The Denon DBP-4010UDCI is a universal CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc player released by Denon Electronics in mid 2009. It is built to handle Blu-ray, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD, and music CDs. Included also is an ABT VRS video processor with 1080i/p upconversion technology for upscaling standard definition content into HD digital video with reduced noise and interference. Signature to the Denon DBP-4010UDCI is its online technology. Not only can it access the Ethernet via BD-Live (Profile 2), but the unit includes what is touted as the world’s first ever built-web web browser and remote access capabilities; which allows for iPod and iPhone Touch remote control via a LAN network. Additional features include 7.1-channel analog outputs, Denon’s DDSC-HD dual 32-bit SHARC processors, and a full suite of picture adjustment controls for optimum image clarity.

Features
  • Universal CD/DVD/BD Player
  • ABT VRS Video Processor
  • DDSC-HD SHARC Audio Processor
  • 1080i/p Upconversion (CD/DVD)
  • BD-Live (Profile 2.0)
  • Integrated Web-Browser
  • Remote Control (IP)
  • Picture Adjustment
  • 7.1-Channel Audio
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