Start Justhook up aberdeen

Justhook up aberdeen

For the best sound quality you would want to use a HDMI connection to a A/V receiver to experience lossless sound quality that is bit for bit exactly the same as the studio master.

Some headphones do not support lossy 5.1 DTS signals but most will support lossless 2.0 PCM stereo.

It appears that at the very minimum the XP500 supports lossy 5.1 Dolby Digital signals.

I was looking at getting a Sony BDP-S1200 on e Bay after someone suggested it to me, it was absurdly cheap and looked good, but as you said almost none of the Bluray players have the optical audio out anymore, only Digital Coaxial output.

I guess I could just hook it up my TV, but don't all TVs output a stereo pcm signal? I'm actually a headphone kind'a guy, I know a home theater system would be preferable but my room is small, and a home theater system probably wouldn't fit in it anyway.

OPPO Blu-ray players have 3 different remote codes that allow consumers to have up to 3 OPPO Blu-ray players in the same room.

However most other brands of Blu-ray players including Sony use the same remote code since most consumers will only have one Blu-ray player in the same room.

Instead of owning a region B Blu-ray player and a region A imported Blu-ray player (and third region C Blu-ray player for some consumers), a popular solution with consumers is to purchase third party modified Blu-ray players that are region selectable for all regions.