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Blu-Ray Disc Player with 1080p High-Definition and Dolby TrueHD

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Onkyo BV-BD6066B

Blu-Ray Disc Player with 1080p High-Definition and Dolby TrueHD

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General Features

HDMI Up-Conversion
HDMI Up-Conversion technology improves the image quality of regular DVDs, allowing them to play up to 1080p resolution.
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BD-Live
This is an expanded feature in a Blu-ray player that allows the viewer extended online features such as internet chats, and games or even downloadable features like quizzes and even movie trailors.
WiFi Capable
This feature allows devices to download new software updates, stream video content through various services, or connect with BD-Live features wirelessly when connected with a compatible wireless link.
Instant Streaming Content
Some devices can connect to the internet for instant streaming content. This feature allows you to receive instant access to different media sources such as Netflix, YouTube, Blockbuster On Demand and more when connected to the network. For more information on the specific content and what they offer, please see the product description.
Adjustable LED Display
This is a function that allows the display LED to be dimmed and in some cases, turned off. This function is beneficial in dark environments and also to reduce the digital noise created internally.
A/V Sync (HDMI-CEC)

This function allows devices to communicate both ways via HDMI. By doing so the main unit remote control can assist aiding in the control of the secondary device.

For example, you can connect your TV to a Blu-ray player with HDMI. With A/V sync the TV remote will assist in the control of the Blu-ray player, decreasing the necessity of multiple remotes.

Wall Mountable
An item that is wall mountable gives the owner the option of attaching it to the wall.
Internal Hard Drive Capacity
This is the size of the internal hard drive that the home Blu-ray/DVD player has. Internal Hard Disc Drives, also known as a HDD, allow the user to store movies, videos, music, and more on their personal Blu-ray/DVD player. Please refer to the product description for more details about how this item uses this feature.
Disc Playback Media
These are the types of discs that the unit is compatible with. It is the type of compatible media choices available, such as the type of disc you would record a homemade DVD or CD on.
Disc Playback Formats
These are the types of formats that the unit is able to read off of a disc. For example a music track could be burned to a CD in MP3, WMA, WAV format etc. A video track could be burned to a CD in MPEG-4, DivX, AVI, etc.

Video Features

Digital Noise Reduction

This means that the device is able to reduce more noise with the help of a digital processor.

It is a system that tries to filter out “digital noise”, aka picture distortion. This distortion can occur for many different reasons. Anything from the very power used to operate the device to the lights (LED) on the front of the player itself.

x.v. Color
A new color space that allows compatible units to view up to 1.8 times as many colors as sRGB (the previous standard that began in 1996)
3:2 Pulldown

This means that the devices will enhance the framerate of older videos to play smoothly on the display set.

Film is usually shot in 24 frames per second with 2 fields per frame. One field for the even lines, and one for the odd. The standard NTSC broadcast is 30 frames per second. To achieve this frames have to be created to sustain a smooth image. So out of every 4 frames, a 5th frame is created by combining opposite fields of consecutive frames, in turn creating a new frame so the outcome will be 30 frames from 24.

Example:
AA|BB|CC|DD to AA|BB|BC|CD|DD

24p Playback
This means that the device will allow the media to play at it's original recorded framerate. It is a feature that allows the video image to be transferred as it was originally recorded, at 24 frames per second. This feature ensures that you will be watching “movie theater” quality without any “judder” that would occur with some 3:2 pulldown.

Audio Features

Signal-to-Noise Ratio
This spec compares the strength of the signal to the level of background noise. A higher value indicates less background noise.
Supported Sound Processing
This is the type of audio processing that the receiver is capable of.

Input Connections

USB Inputs
This is the number of USB inputs on the device. Unless a location is otherwise specified, this is the number of rear USB ports.
LAN (Ethernet) Inputs
This is the number of ethernet ports on the device. It allows it to connect to the internet and other local area networks.
Media Card Inputs
These are the types of media cards that the devices is compatible with.

Output Connections

HDMI Outputs
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a compact audio/video connector interface for transmitting uncompressed digital streams. HDMI output means that the player has the capability to output this type of data.
Component Video (Y,Pb,Pr) Outputs
Component Video is a type of video signal that has been separated into two or more component signals.
S-Video Outputs
S-video stands for Super Video. It is a connection used to transfer video and moving images. The quality of S-Video is great than composite (RCA) video.
Composite Video Outputs
Designates if the unit has composite video outputs.

Composite Video is a format for analog moving images, prior to around being added. It is commonly found as the yellow RCA connector for your video device.

2-Channel Composite Audio Outputs
This is the number of composite audio outputs on the device. This number refers to the number of pairs of audio, since composite audio cables come in 2-channels. They are commonly referred to as RCA composite cables and are identified by red and white indicators.
Digital Optical Outputs
This is the number of digital optical outputs on the unit.
Digital Coaxial Outputs
This is the number of digital coaxial outputs on the device.

Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
Warranty Provider
Manufacturer

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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

BV-BD6066B

UPC

0751398008580

Weight

12.60lbs

Internal SKU

bvbd6066b

Internal Product ID

20408

Sonic Electronix Wiring Guide

Wiring Diagram Legend

Warning: The image depicted shows the resistance change when wiring multiple subwoofer terminals. Please refer to your subwoofer's owner's manual for the proper wiring of its terminals. Sonic Electronix, Inc. is not responsible for damage caused to your audio system or vehicle due to improper installation. Please call tech support at 1-877-289-7664 if you require additional assistance.

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