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It is the first Blu-ray disc player from Integra, a high-end manufacturer of home theater electronics including receivers.

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Pros

Plays DivX and mp3 discs

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Front panel SD slot

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Decodes Dolby TrueHD and dts HD-MA

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Cons

No 7.1 analog pre-outs

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Ugly as hell

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Expensive for what it delivers - $600

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No RS-232 or IR port for custom integration

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No Ethernet port

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The Integra DBS-6.9 is the first Blu-ray disc player from Integra, a high-end manufacturer of home theater electronics including receivers, and high-end separates. IT is a profile 1.1 compliant player retailing for $600 and released in October 2008. At this price point, it lacks notable features such as an Ethernet port, 7.1 analog pre-outs, IR port or RS-232. The lack of IR port and RS-232 is significant for Integra, since these features are required for custom home theater integrations, something Integra typically is known for.

Features
  • first BD from Integra
  • Profile 1.1 compliant
  • HDMI v1.3a output
  • decodes TrueHD and dts HD-MA via bitstream output
  • 1080p upscaling of standard definition DVDs
  • front panel SD slot for playing digital media
  • compatible with DivX / mp3 discs
  • video: component, RCA, HDMI
  • audio: stereo RCA, digital coaxial, digital optical
  • MSRP: $600
  • Release date: October 6, 2008
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