Sony just launched the new UBP-x700 Blu-ray player with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10, however it didn’t implement the new HDR10+ standard which has better image quality by processing dynamic metadata instead of static. Let’s take a look at the main features that it comes with.
The main feature of the player is that it supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision standards:
Here is a list of some other important features that will give users the possibility to play a wide variety of multimedia content, including High Dinamic Range (HDR) content, and it comes with built-in support for streaming services like Netflix and Hulu:
- 4K upscaling up to 60p
- Dolby Atmos
- Multimedia player
- Support for streaming services
- WiFi with MIMO
Unfortunately it doesn’t support the following features:
- HI-RES Audio
- DSEE HX
If you are looking for the best audio experience for connecting to your Home Theater System, we’ll have to wait, or go for the upper options Sony UBP-x800 or UBP-x1000ES.
The back panel of the Sony UBP-x700 player allows the following connections:
- Ethernet input
- HDMI out (Video/Audio & Audio only)
- Coaxial Digital out
Price and availability is to be announced.