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McIntosh MVP 851

Lettore DVD - Cd - Mp3

 

 

 

  Di cosa si tratta

  Lettore DVD - CD - Mp3 e altro


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  Produttore

  McIntosh USA

  Caratteristiche

  Multilettore

  Costo

  6500 € anno 2004

 

 

Caratteristiche

 




Descrizione

 

Un multilettore davvero bello e performante , sopratutto con l'audio 2 canali ,  lo confrontato con macchine recenti e devo dire che questo capolavoro dice ancora la sua , suono morbido e vellutato classico per questa casa .

 

Alcune righe dal sito:

http://www.hometheater.com/content/mcintosh-mvp851-dvd-audiovideo-player

 

The MVP851 can handle DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-R, Video CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, and standard "Red Book" CDs. Only SACDs won't pass through its circuits. Burr-Brown 24-bit/192kHz D/A converters and built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoders provide the MVP851 with optimal analog audio.

For CDs, the MVP851 includes a special digital remastering circuit that upsamples 44.1kHz CDs to 88.2kHz. It also redithers them to achieve a longer digital word length to simulate the sound quality of DVD-Audio. With its three different remastering settings, the listener can choose the exact amount of upper-frequency extension preferred.

The MVP851's video circuits include a 12-bit, 54MHz video D/A converter and front-panel-switchable 480i/480p component output. Regardless of what kind of disc you play, the digital servomotor, the fast and quiet platter mechanism, and the dual-focus lens make for quick disc reads. Options for field- or frame-selected still images, five-speed scan, and variable slow-motion speed ensure that freeze-frames and slo-mo pictures will be clear and jitter-free. For playing back less-than-perfect sources, McIntosh includes several noise-reduction circuits. Basic NR can be accessed from the front panel, while the onscreen display menu lets you access more sophisticated filters with different levels of 3D digital noise reduction.

The MVP851's rear panel leaves plenty of room for connecting cables. Unlike many DVD players, the MVP851 has only one set of S-video, composite, and component outputs. If you need to feed multiple systems of the same type from an MVP851, you'll have to do so through an external video distribution amp, an option most professional installers will encourage—such devices can drive long runs of video cable far better than any DVD player.

The remaining output options include one set of 5.1-channel analog audio, one pair of single-ended audio, one pair of XLR balanced audio, optical TosLink digital audio, and coaxial digital audio. Again, some installations may be cramped by so few outputs, but I suspect that reviewers and other devotees of A/B comparisons are the ones who will be most bothered by the lack of redundant outputs. Of course, if the MVP851 is coupled to a McIntosh A/V processor, such as the MX134 pre-pro or MHT200 receiver, its output connections should prove quite sufficient—the MVP851 was designed with just such a mate in mind.

 

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una scheda tecnica completa:

http://www.acme-biella.com/recensioni/mac/GuideToHomeTheaterSept03_MVP851.pdf

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una recensione completa:

http://www.sdinfo.com/volume_10_1/mcintosh-mvp-851-dvd-player-2-2003.html


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