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Onkyo DVSP800

Which would you prefer? DVD Audio, with its rich, enveloping sound from 5.1 channels, or Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD) with its frequency response of up to 100 kHz and sampling rate of 2.822 MHz? The debate over which provides the purest and smoothest musical experience is still raging and many recordings are only available in one of these formats, not both. Many DVD players are not even capable of the extended dynamic range required by these audio formats, and most of these elite few opt to provide only one formats. So, how do you decide which format would best serve your taste in entertainment? This DVD player lets you order from both sides of the menu, providing you with the ability to play both SACD and DVD Audio recordings. SACD can accommodate more than 4 times the information of current CDs, allowing for more detail in full 2-channel stereo sound and for even more stunning multichannel surround sound playback. A DVD Audio disc can contain a 2-channel music program recorded with 24-bit resolution at 192 kHz sampling, which is better than conventional CDs at 16-bit/44 kHz. With this machine, you get to decide which you prefer. Fortunately, there really is no wrong answer. Both are absolutely amazing. Plus, with both available to you, you have a lot more entertainment available as well.

Direct Digital Path

Part of the Onkyo advantage is the direct digital path which routes the digital information of a DVD or CD directly from the digital processor to the digital output(s) through a specially designed, shielded cable. Not only is this the shortest distance between two points, but the digital audio signal bypasses most of the internal, noise generating circuits. The use of the heavily shielded cable, combined with the short direct path, assure that the digital audio information makes it to the receiver or processor with all of its character and dynamic qualities intact. You can now enjoy the best sound possible because the signals stay pure and clean (as they should).

Component Video Output

Digital video recording and playback of DVDs involves separating the detail and color picture information, to maintain accurate color reproduction. Component Video Outputs transmit this data to the monitor in this pure, original form, more accurately than any composite or S-Video process. You can now enjoy pictures free of the usual "artifacts" including dot crawl (the jagged line of dots that appear at the edges where two colors meet) and moire (a wavelike or watery look). The end result is video free of annoying video noise and other side effects that can detract from your entertainment experience.

Progressive Scan Video Output

Most DVDs utilize a system known as progressive scan, which means that they produce video in complete frames. But to be compatible with all TVs, the DVD signal must be interlaced, which is a method where the picture is split into two fields and then blurred together to look like one. The progressive scan technology in this DVD player retrieves the original progressive signal, and on such compatible displays as HDTV, digital TV and high-end projectors, "paints" all the visible lines on the screen in a single pass (rather than two as in interlaced scanning). Thanks to progressive scan video output you don't have to put up with annoying motion artifacts and distracting scan lines. Instead you'll enjoy an image with spectacularly clear color, and details so sharp they seem as if they're etched onto the screen.

192 kHz/24-Bit Audio DACs

The state-of-the-art digital-to-analog converters (DACs) in this DVD/CD changer take advantage of the latest audio technology to provide dramatically increased dynamic range and a much higher sampling rate than many players offer. This enables them to deliver audio performance that is second to none. These cutting edge converters are also virtually resistant to a distortion causing effect that plagues many DVD and CD players known as clock jitter. Eliminating clock jitter is yet another way Onkyo raises the performance bar so you can enjoy the best performance possible from DVD-Audio and SACD discs as well as your regular DVDs and CDs.

Included With Purchase

Audio/Video cable, S-Video cable, remote control.


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