Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player Driver
Find great deals for Sony BDP-SES Blu-ray Player. Shop with confidence on eBay! Â The ES stands for Sony's Elevated Standard and the BDP-SES is Sony's premier Blu-ray/DVD player, offering a host of features targeted at the audiophile. Now Sony has delivered two ES branded Blu-ray players. For this review, I'm going to look at its new flagship, the BDP-SES. Premiere.
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Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player Driver
Using a variety of discs, the Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player was consistently the quickest loader here. Of course, all these niceties count for nothing if the player dishes out a pig of a picture; the 'SES has no such issues. Movement is handled smoothly As Bond's Aston Martin is being chased, and pummelled with gunfire, the edges of the car a look crisp and pin sharp.
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As he drives through the construction site, movement is handled smoothly. DVD upscaling is accomplished, too. The most obvious was its ability to mix the secondary audio into the soundtrack with picture-in-picture features on Bonus View capable titles.
You also get to hear the menu sounds that are mixed in. Some discs are improperly mastered and include metadata flags that engage the DRC filters in some surround processors and AVRs. This was the case with Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player Paramount Blu-rays, including the recent Iron Man disc. For proper Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player with a bitstream output, I had to manually turn off the DRC in my surround processor every time I played this disc.
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This is a nice touch. This is surprising at this price point, since there are a number of lower-end players that have no problems with these tests at all. Obsessed, The Soloist Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player Coraline. The Video Settings menu allows you to really tweak the picture based on your preferences. This was especially annoying on DVD material when a 4: During CD playback, you are forced to look at a static screen image of some out-of-focus lights.
If you navigate through the CD menu, you are presented with a list Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player the track numbers for the CD currently in the player. Older, first-generation higher-end Blu-ray players and even some HD DVD players sorry to bring that up were slick as spit in terms of the faceplate and overall aesthetic, but many times developed "disc player erectile issues" otherwise known as DPEIcausing limp drawers and poor-fitting parts.
Under the hood, Sony uses what they call "Rigid Beam" technology to reduce jitter and other vibration-oriented distortions that degrade performance in any disc players, Blu-ray included. Another one of the calling cards for Sony ES products is that they go to great lengths to isolate the Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player supplies from many of the functioning boards in the unit.
Considering how computer-like a Blu-ray player is, this important analog improvement is often overlooked in cheaper players, as it costs serious money Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player use the better parts. I was more than ready for something higher-end and Sony was up to the challenge.
The HD audio bandwidth is nothing Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player of incredible, as it provides a surround sound experience that is genuinely jaw-dropping. Yes, you need the right AV preamp or HDMI receiver, which for most of us requires a component upgrade, but it is worth the money and effort for the incredible 7.
Custom installers need this level of connectivity to make their players work perfectly every time in Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player, custom-installed systems. That sucker needed constant firmware updates to play blockbusters like The Dark Knight. I know Sony and the studios love all of the games, tricks and sizzle-laden features from BD-Live.
Personally, I just want the movie to play, and fast. The bass sounded tight and the overall tone of the track was accurate, although a little dry compared to my reference Classe CDP player. The onscreen menu is very nicely designed, Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player a sort of cityscape background, nifty sans-serif fonts and a cool track count and time-remaining element.