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JVC Announces Blu-ray Player under $200

Posted October 28, 2009 08:13 AM by Craig Howie

JVCJVC today announced a new Blu-ray player, model JVC XV-BP11. Like its predecessor the XV-BP1, it supports Bonus View, as well as AVCHD and advanced audio codecs - but not BD-Live. The main changes are a new, slimline design, a front-panel USB port and the MSRP, which drops $100 to $199.95. It is available immediately.

Thanks to Terry Shea for the tip on the lack of BD-Live.


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ogscorpion
  Oct 28, 2009
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Does it have built in wifi?
TerryShea
  Oct 28, 2009
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From JVC U.S. PR rep: One correction -- our new XV-BP11 doesn not include BD-Live. And, no, there is not built-in wfi.

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Grubert
  Oct 28, 2009
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http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelId=MODL028594&pathId=169&page=1

Wow, you're totally right. Corrected, thanks!

Johnny Neat
  Oct 28, 2009
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It's profile 1.1, so I'll Pass. PS3 for me.

kknight
  Oct 28, 2009
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Slim line of Blu-ray players... NICE.

sinister184
  Oct 28, 2009
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ill pass. rather have the Toshiba

yspkrk
  Oct 28, 2009
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Good to know JVC is alive.

theboyfrombluesea
  Oct 28, 2009
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I have the previous version (with BD Live). It's a very nice player & fast. It's often compared to OPPO but with cheaper price.
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HDTV1080P
  Oct 28, 2009
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For only $30 more the JVC XV-BP1 would be the smarter investment with a list price of $229.95. Even if one does not use BD-LIVE feature the extra $30 player allows one to connect the player to their wired home network to get firmware updates with a push of a button. I am surprised JVC would release a lower cost player without profile 2.0. We are only talking about $30 difference between the two models.

http://av.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelId=MODL028512&pathId=169&page=2

LetoAtreides82
  Oct 28, 2009
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You can find the Panasonic BD60 and the LG BD370 for well under $200, and I think they're both profile 2 players and both feature BD-Live.
Trekofile
  Oct 28, 2009
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So what's the selling pointy with this unit??????????/// NO BD, No WiFi? 1.0?! Why would a manufacturer produce older technology? This would be tragic, if not more funny.

BLURAYSONYES
  Oct 28, 2009
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Nice! Why isnt blu ray players becoming an thin as paper? I like them in their full size like the first bluray Sony BDP-S1 was.

Robert Siegel
  Oct 29, 2009
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I certainly understand trying to reach the lower price demo, but how happy are those people going to be when they find out what BD Live is and that they can't connect? Chances are many of the consumers buying the lower priced players will be new to Blu-ray, and I am sure they will think they are getting it all. I think it should be in the mandatory specs, my opinion of course. On the other hand, DVD players lacked DTS when they were released initially and it took a long time for all players to have it, but this is different.

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PatrynXX
  Oct 30, 2009
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JVC is only alive because Taiyo Yuden bought a 69 % stake in the company. So anyone who loves TY media is irritated because now TY media will be called JVC media. So if anyone find TY media left, better grab it. I've used JVC media before, I'd rather avoid it. Short term the best media on the market just went bye bye. Ridata and Prodisc only one I store stuff on now. I'll wait a year before buying anything from JVC.


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