Multi-Disc Compatible: The Denon DBP-1611UD is compatible with
Blu-ray, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, CD, and SACD discs; including BD-R, BD-RE, DVD-R/RW,
DVD+R/RW, and CD-R/RW. It's also compatible with Kodak Picture CDs.
Blu-ray Disc: Blu-ray Disc (BD) is a high-definition disc
format designed to take advantage of today's high quality HDTVs. The resolution
is up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) and the data transfer rate is up to 40 mbps. Blu-ray
Discs and players offer several advantages over the standard DVD format:
- Better Picture Quality: Blu-ray Disc
is a true high-definition format offering video at 720p,
1080i, 1080p, or 1080/24p resolution. While standard DVDs
look very good on an HDTV, they don't provide a high-definition
signal (not even when you use an up-converting DVD player).
Blu-ray Discs deliver an extraordinarily sharp, clean,
detailed picture, with deeper, richer colors.
- Better Sound Quality: In addition to
the same multi-channel sound formats you're accustomed to
with DVD (Dolby Digital and DTS), Blu-ray Disc offers Dolby
Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, and
uncompressed multi-channel PCM.
- Greater Storage Capacity: What
makes Blu-ray Disc's superior picture and sound possible
is the much higher storage capacity of Blu-ray Disc discs.
A single-layer Blu-ray Disc can hold 25 gigabytes of data,
over five times the amount a standard DVD can hold. Dual
layer Blu-ray Discs hold 50 gigabytes, which equates to
nine hours of High Definition or 23 hours of Standard
Definition video, plus high-resolution multi-channel audio
and the added features and material that require multiple
discs with standard DVD.
- Backward Compatible: To ensure backward-compatibility with your existing
library of discs, Blu-ray Disc players use a dual-laser mechanism:
a blue laser for playing high-definition Blu-ray Discs, and a
conventional red laser for playing DVDs and audio CDs.
Note: Like DVD, BD uses region codes. The region code on
your disc must match the region code on your player, otherwise the disc will
not play. The DBP-1611UD is Blu-ray region A and DVD region 1. Blu-ray Disc
uses the Advanced Access Content System (AACS) to prevent unauthorized
recording of copyrighted material.
Firmware Updates: As Blu-Ray technology continues to evolve,
new disc types with enhanced functionality will become available. In order for
you to enjoy this new functionality, you will likely be required to update the
firmware in your player. These firmware updates will become available for
downloading from the Internet, via the player's Ethernet port.
AVCHD Playback: The DBP-1611UD will play home videos recorded
in AVCHD (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264), a high definition digital video camera format used
to record in high definition or standard definition on DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW discs.
AVCHD can also be played from a USB flash memory device connected to the front
DivX File Playback: The DBP-1611UD supports playback of DivX
(up to DivX Plus HD) files recorded on DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW discs, USB flash memory,
or streamed from the connected network. This unit supports DivX file sizes up to
JPEG Playback: The player will also playback JPEG still
image files written to CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW discs, USB flash memory, or
streamed from the connected network; image resolutions from 32 x 32 pixels to
4,096 x 4,096 pixels are supported. The maximum file size is 12 MB. The name of
the folder and file can be displayed, up to 32 characters. Images can be played
as a slide-show and can be rotated as needed.
Kodak Picture CD: This unit can also play JPEG files stored
on a Kodak Picture CD; you can enjoy pictures on the television by playing back
MP3/WMA/AAC Playback: The Denon Blu-ray player will play
MP3, WMA, AAC, and LPCM audio files written to CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW
discs, USB flash memory, or streamed from the connected network. The name of
the folder and file can be displayed, up to 32 characters. The following file
specifications are supported:
- MP3: sampling frequencies of
32, 44.1, or
48 kHz and bit rates of 64-320 kbps
- WMA: sampling frequencies of
32, 44.1, or
48 kHz and bit rates of 48-192 kbps
- AAC: sampling frequencies of
32, 44.1, or
48 kHz and constant bit rates of 16-320 kbps
- LPCM: two-channel, 16-bit, and
sampling frequencies of 44.1 or 48 kHz
Construction: The Denon DBP-1611UD features Direct Mechanical
Ground Construction to minimize vibration and independent block construction for
thorough protection from mutual interference caused by electric or magnetic fields
between audio and video signals.
Video Outputs: The Denon DBP-1611UD Blu-ray disc player
features two high-definition video outputs (HDMI, Component) and one
standard-definition video output (composite).
- HDMI Output: The Denon DBP-1611UD features a single HDMI output
for HD audio and video signal transmission. The HDMI port is version 1.4a with Deep
Color and x.v. color support; video resolutions include 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i,
1080p and 1080/24p. There are also Source Direct (source resolution is not changed)
and Auto (outputs the highest resolution compatible with the connected display)
- Component Video Output: The component video output supports
480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i video resolutions. When a 1080/24p signal is output
from the HDMI port, there is no component video output.
- Composite Video Output: The DVD player features one Composite
video output which supports 480i.
Scaling: The video signal can be scaled, up to 1080p (60 or
24 Hz), for output from the HDMI port. Video can also be scaled and output via
component video (up to 1080i), but copyright protected material (most pre-recorded
DVDs) cannot be scaled for output through component video.
3D Ready: The Denon DBP-1611UD lets you enjoy 3D Blu-ray disc
movies in full HD 1080p. 3D viewing requires compatible 3D content, 3D HDTV, 3D
emitter & glasses, and a high-speed HDMI cable (supporting at least 10.2 Gbps)
Note: The initial production of
DBP-1611UDs is not 3D compatible, but a firmware update
(from Denon website) is available that will add the 3D feature.
Picture Control: You can adjust the picture quality of the
player's video output and save up to 5 picture setting presets. The following
picture settings are adjustable:
- 3DNR: reduce the overall noise level
in the entire picture; 0 to +3
- BNR: reduce the block noise generated
by digital processing; 0 to +3
- MNR: reduce the noise around the outline
of an object generated by digital processing; 0 to +3
- Contrast: the difference between the
bright and dark parts of the picture; adjust from -6 to +6
- Brightness: adjusts the brightness of
the picture; 0 to +12
- Gamma Correction: detailed adjustments
of the picture's brightness; -4 to +4
- Sharpness: adjusts the sharpness
of the picture for the high frequency range; -6 to +6
- Hue: adjust the green and red color
balance; -6 to +6
- Chroma Level: adjusts the color density;
-6 to +6
- Setup Level: adjusts the black areas
of the image; 0 IRE or 7.5 IRE
TV Aspect: This function of the Blu-ray player lets you set
a picture size according to the aspect ratio of your connected television; choose
from the following:
- 16:9 Squeeze Auto: when playing 4:3
images, the picture is displayed in the center of the 16:9
screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio
- Wide: select when a wide-screen TV is
connected; discs recorded in wide-screen format are played
over the entire screen
- 4:3 Pan&Scan: plays a disc recorded
in wide screen format on a 4:3 TV with the displayed picture
centered on the action, with the sides of the picture cut off
- 4:3 Letter Box: plays a wide screen
signal on a 4:3 TV with black strips at the top and bottom
Marker: You can mark reference points on a Blu-ray disc or
DVD to view at a later time, allowing you to assign a specific point on a title
or track to be called back later. The markers are erased when you turn the power
off or eject the disc.
Angle: Some BD and DVD discs contain scenes shot simultaneously
from various angles. This player allows you to select from these different camera
Audiophile Sound Quality: For optimum audio quality, the
DBP-1611UD is equipped with the latest specification HDMI output, along with
coaxial digital output, and an audiophile stereo output that features premium
Burr-Brown PCM-1781 24 bit/192 kHz D/A converters. For multi-channel SACD
compatibility, the DBP-1611UD provides stereo mix down along with bass management
via the analog stereo.
Audio Outputs: The Denon DBP-1611UD Blu-ray disc player
features coaxial digital audio output and one analog audio output (stereo RCA).
- Digital Audio Output: This unit features a coaxial digital
audio connection; it can be connected to an A/V receiver, amplifier, surround
decoder (Dolby Digital, DTS), digital recording device, etc.
- 2-Channel Audio Outputs: The DBP-1611UD features a stereo audio
output for connecting to a stereo analog input on a TV or receiver. Even when the
source audio is multi-channel (Dolby Digital, DTS, DVD-Audio, SACD), these jacks
will output a downmixed 2-channel signal.
Audio Formats: The Blu-ray player's HDMI and coaxial digital
outputs are capable of delivering Multi-channel Surround, Multi-channel LPCM, and
2-channel audio. The DBP-1611UD supports the following Audio Formats depending on
the unit's HDMI or digital output setting, disc type used and audio recording
format of disc:
|Disc Type||Audio Recording
Format||HDMI Out Setting||Coaxial Digital
|BD-video||Dolby Digital||Dolby Digital||Multi PCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|Dolby Digital Plus||Dolby Digital Plus||Multi PCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|Dolby TrueHD||Dolby TrueHD||Multi PCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|DTS||DTS||Multi PCM||DTS||2-ch LPCM|
|DTS-HD||DTS-HD||Multi PCM||DTS||2-ch LPCM|
|LPCM||Multi LPCM||Multi PCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|AVCHD||Dolby Digital||Dolby Digital||Multi LPCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|PCM||Multi LPCM||Multi LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|DVD-video||Dolby Digital||Dolby Digital||Multi LPCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|DTS||DTS||Multi LPCM||DTS||2-ch LPCM|
|LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|DVD-Audio||LPCM, PPCM||Multi LPCM||Multi LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|SACD||Multi Area||DSD||Multi LPCM||No Output||No Output|
|Stereo Area||DSD||2-ch LPCM||No Output||No Output|
|CD Layer||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|DivX||Dolby Digital||Dolby Digital||Multi LPCM||Dolby Digital||2-ch LPCM|
|MP3/MP2||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|CD-Audio/MP3/WMA/AAC||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM||2-ch LPCM|
|DTS-CD||DTS||2-ch LPCM||DTS||2-ch LPCM|
Pure Direct: There are two Pure Direct options (three counting
- Pure Direct 1: turns off the video
circuitry, digital outputs, and front panel display
- Pure Direct 2: turns off the video
circuitry and digital outputs
DRC: Dynamic Range Compression (DRC) compresses the dynamic
range of Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby TrueHD soundtracks, useful
at night or other times when you cannot play back at high volume; the high volume
sounds are reduced and the low volume sounds are increased.
USB Port: The front panel USB port can be used to increase
available memory for Bonus View or BD-Live, or to play audio, photo, and video
files; compatible formats include MP3 (64-320 kbps), WMA (48-192 kbps), AAC
(16-320 kbps), LPCM (16-bits), JPEG (32 x 32 to 4,0962 x 4,0962 pixles), DivX
(2GB), MPEG (1/2/4), WMV (9/9AP),
and AVI (1/2/4). Your USB memory device must be formatted with FAT16 or FAT32.
The Denon Blu-ray player can recognize up to 999 folders and 999 files. The unit
will display artist name and song titles (up to 60 characters).
Ethernet Jack: The rear-panel RJ-45 Ethernet port is used to connect
to your Network for audio/video streaming and to the internet for Netflix streaming, firmware updates, and to access BD-Live.
Bonus View: The Bonus View feature provides picture-in-picture
capability with select Blu-ray Disc titles. You can view additional content (such as
director/actor commentary) in a small display window while the movie is playing.
The necessary 1GB memory is built-in; more memory can be added via the front
panel USB port.
BD-Live Ready: BD-Live technology allows you to download and
stream bonus content such as additional scenes, shorts, trailers, movie-based games,
and more using a broadband internet connection. The Denon Blu-ray player features
an Ethernet port to connect to the internet via your home network. The necessary
1GB memory is built-in; more memory can be added via the front panel USB port.
Audio/Video Network Streaming: Via the Ethernet (LAN) port, the
DBP-1611UD connects to your multimedia home PC and lets you watch your favorite
videos (DivX/MPEG/AVI/WMV), listen to your favorite audio tracks (MP/WMA/AAC/LPCM), and even view your favorite photos
on your connected TV.
Netflix: The DBP-1611UD supports the Netflix streaming service,
with which you can enjoy select movies and TV shows streamed to the player via your
broadband internet connection and LAN. The Blu-ray player supports 2CH audio
streaming from Netflix.
Note: A subscription to Netflix that
includes the streaming service is required and titles are
added to your Netflix Instant Queue using a computer.
YouTube Videos: Available
by firmware update only from Denon website (August 17, 2011).
Start Up/Play Back Time: The Denon Blu-ray player has a
start-up time of approximately 13.7 seconds. It takes approximately 34.4 seconds
for a Blu-ray disc to begin playback.
Note: The Start Up/Play Back Time tests were started
with the Blu-ray player initially turned off & in standby mode. The Start Up
Time test was stopped when the player's Home Menu screen appeared. The Play
Back Time test was stopped when the Blu-ray disc began playback.
Parental Control: Parental Control allows you to set a
rating limit, which prevents your children from viewing inappropriate material.
Playback will stop if the ratings exceed the levels you set, and it will require
your to enter a 4-digit password before the disc will play back. The Parental
Control feature consists of an 8-level DVD and 254 BD rating system protected by
a custom user 4-digit password.
Wall Paper: You can select a Blue, Black, Gray, or the Denon
Logo background when the player is in stop mode.
Screen Saver: The screen saver function activates when stop
or pause status continues for approximately three minutes.
Auto Power-Off: If the unit is in stop mode for approximately
30 minutes, it will automatically switch to standby mode.
IR Wireless Remote Control with Glow Buttons: The Denon
DBP-1611UD comes with an IR wireless remote control to operate this unit only.
The remote's buttons glow-in-the-dark for easy operation at night. To avoid
other Denon BD players responding to the remote signal of this unit, you can
change the Remote ID Code (set to 1 or 2 on both the remote and player, default
is 1 for both).
HDMI Control: When a TV supporting HDMI control is connected
to the DBP-1611UD via an HDMI cable, it is possible to use the television's remote
control to perform such operations as: power on/off, function switching, and volume