So, we guess it’s time for every tech freak to get excited about something great here. As the headline reads, Panasonic is all set to release its new 4K Blu-ray Player. It is aimed for everyone who is all crazy for very high definition audio and video and as you may guess, it comes with an equally astonishing price. Yes, it might look expensive to most of the buyers but you need to pay the price, if you want to enjoy the quality.
It has nothing new, in terms of its features, but the usual ones that accompany a Blu-ray Player. It comes with HDR support and a 60fps playback. It will also let you stream your favorite shows directly from Netflix and YouTube.
Some very high resolution audio playback is also supported by this player which is definitely meant to enhance your overall experience. To name some, WAV, FLAC, DSD, ALAC are a few of them. You’ll find the player with twin isolated HDMI ports, one for the audio and the other for the video signals. It even comes with a 7.1 channel analogue audio output.
But here’s what will bring your dreams down and shatter the glasses of your hopes into gloomy reality. This promising beast, expected to be released in September, later this year, will cost you around $699. So on one hand, where it’ll make you a heavier player in terms of your audio/video experience, it is bound to make you way lighter, in terms of your cash. Then, you might want to wait for black Friday , and buy that average home theatre for yourself.