Panasonic has just unveiled their first Blu-ray disc player, the DMP-BD10, which features a 296MHz, 14bit Video D/A Converter and backwards compatibility with DVD/CD discs. Expect to shell out $1,299.95 for the DMP-BD10 — available September 2006.

Noise shaping video processing shifts the noise component to an unused band to further boost the signal-to-noise ratio. Because of technologies like these, the DMP-BD10 can theoretically reproduce up to nearly 4400 billion colors

[via Panasonic]

Panasonic has just unveiled their first Blu-ray disc player, the DMP-BD10, which features a 296MHz, 14bit Video D/A Converter and backwards compatibility with DVD/CD discs. Expect to shell out $1,299.95 for the DMP-BD10 — available September 2006.

Noise shaping video processing shifts the noise component to an unused band to further boost the signal-to-noise ratio. Because of technologies like these, the DMP-BD10 can theoretically reproduce up to nearly 4400 billion colors

[via Panasonic]