Yamaha’s Aventage BD-A1010 Blu-Ray Player offers Internet video streaming and remote control via iPhone

Yamaha’s Aventage BD-A1010 Blu-Ray Player offers Internet video streaming and remote control via iPhone

Yamaha extends is AVENTAGE family with a new addition, a 3D Ready Blu-Ray Player equipped with plenty of features, including Internet video streaming via Netflix, Blockbuster on Demand and YouTube Leanback, and compatibility with a  iPhone app for component and A/V system control.

Yamaha’s new BD-A1010 model is designed to match the with the company’s AVENTAGE AV Receivers and lets users control it with Yamaha AV receiver remote control. It offers full HD Audio decoding, playback of Blu-ray 3D, 1080p/24Hz-compatible HDMI and 7.1 multi-channel analog output as well as 2-channel down-mixed audio output. The player has dual USB (front/rear) inputs for a wide-array of audio and video sources and supports wide-range formats, including SA-CD, DVD-Audio, DivX Plus HD, AVCHD, WMV, MOV, JPEG (HD), MP3, MP4, WMA, WAV and AAC content. The BD-A1010 also features x.v.Color and Deep Color enhancements for video playback.

Additional features include an RC-232C for custom install integration and control, on-screen display GUI, playback of JPEG slideshows with MP3 audio sound, a detachable power cable, and Setup Wizard which enables the system to be easily readied for video and audio entertainment. The player also work with a Control App for iPhone and the company plans to release a similar app for Android devices later this year.

The Yamaha BD-A1010 carries an MSRP of $499.95.

Source: Yamaha

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