The model race between HD and Blu-ray DVD players goes on without any declaration. The latest season DVD player is the Blu-ray disc, which outsells HDs. However, the Samsung BD-P1400 makes a grand opening at the market with a cost of £258.99. This model excellently supports high-resolution audio soundtracks. It makes a perfect centre of attraction for media environment and provides jaw-breaking features for entertainment satisfaction. Blu-ray technology offers clear and crispy images with added picture quality adjustment for sharpness and noise reduction. It also provides rich colour contrasts and Dolby Digital (Plus/True HD) which completes HD experience.


This model provides brilliant quality for blu-ray movies. Samsung BD-P1400 supports onboard decoding for DTS-HD/Dolby True HD and bit stream output for DTS-HD/Dolby True HD master audio formats.

Technical Specifications

The blu-ray disc player has a form factor for tabletop design. The width and depth are 16.9 x 12.9 inches. The height and weight are 3.8 inch x 9.3lbs. VCR sound output mode provides surround sound. It supports media types like (DVD-ROM/DVD- RW/DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD-R/BD-ROM/CD-RW/CD-R/BD-R/BD-RE/CD/DVD). The video D/A converter are 12bit / 216MHz and audio D/A converter is 24 bit/ 192kHz. It supports MPEG-2 digital video standards and MP3 digital audio standards. The output resolution is 720p/1080i/1080p. It has two digital audio formats (DTS digital output/Dolby Digital output). It has a remote control with infrared technology. The warranty period, service and support is for one year.

This model has blu-ray profile 1.0 complaint, where it will not play some features on some new discs. SAMSUNG BD-P1400 product delivers a DVD player at affordable cost.

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  1. Can it play all other formats also…?

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