LG proudly presents World’s first “Second-Generation Dual-Format High-Definition Disc Player: BH200” at the much revered CEDIA EXPO 2007. The latest model of Blu-Ray family empowers customers to choose from an extensive variety of is capable of high-def content disregard disc format by providing Blu-ray disc and HD DVD playback with advanced BD-Java and HD interactivity. The LG Super Blu Player supports output up to 1080p video resolution at 24-, 30- and 60-frames-per-second, with A/V formats including MPEG-2, VC-1, H.264 video, MPEG1/2 audio, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital+, DTS and DTS-HD audio.
It was just a few days back that LG, The DAD of innovation launched a dual-format high-def disc player, the award-winning BH100. Now with this latest product LG has increased HDTV entertainment choices. For an easy access to digital music and photo libraries BH200 equips a USB Media Host. With LG’s SimpLink connectivity an HDMI cable and use the HDMI-CEC communication standard, users get enhanced connectivity options. Loaded with numerous features LG’s Super Blu Player will be available first to U.S. consumers in mid-October at an MSRP of $999.
“LG introduced the world’s first high-definition dual-format player to focus on consumer needs and to end the confusion caused by the current format war,” said Allan Jason, vice president of consumer electronics marketing at LG Electronics USA, Inc. “The launch of BH200 reinforces our leadership position and offers consumers and custom installers a best-in-class next-generation high-definition media player.”