DENON PROFESSIONAL’S VERSATILE DN-500BDMKII BLU-RAY PLAYER
The Denon Professional DN-500BDMKII Blu-ray disc and media player is a compact, high performance unit that handles all popular optical video and audio CD playback formats for unrivaled capability from a single disc playback device. For even more versatility, front-loading SD and USB ports deliver access to video, audio and picture files such as AVI, MOV, MP4, MP3, WAV, FLAC, GIF, JPEG, PNG, and more.
The DN-500BDMKII offers a tremendous amount of performance and flexibility in a space-saving single rack unit (1RU) chassis. It provides the wide range of connection and control capabilities that are essential to the professional user, making it ideal for use in corporate A/V, education, theaters, house of worship, and more. These include RS-232C and IP controllability and XLR balanced audio outputs. The DN-500BD also has discrete 7.1 channel analog outputs for simple connection to powered speakers or signal management devices.
The Denon Professional DN-500BDMKII will play virtually every Blu-ray, DVD, and audio CD format, making it easy to utilize multiple disc formats within a system. Supported formats include BD25, BD50, BD-RE, DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW and Audio CD (CD-R, CD-RW), DTS Music Disc, and HDCD. Using the built-in LAN port, users may optionally access additional content via BD Live.
In addition to its extremely high performance and wide range of format playback capabilities, the DN-500BDMKII anticipates your requirements and operational patterns by providing features that maximize the unit’s ease of use.
The Denon Professional DN-500BDMKII combines no-compromise performance, wide-ranging connection and control capability, and compatibility with virtually every disc and digital file format there is—all in a compact single rack space unit. Its unique combination of performance, versatility and compact size is ideally suited to the professional user.
Extron IP Link Compatible: Extron has developed and tested an IP Link driver for this product. Using IP Link technology, this device can be monitored, controlled and supported over a standard Ethernet network. In order to enable IP Link network connectivity and control, you must install and configure an IP Link-enabled device such as a MediaLink controller or IP Link Ethernet control interface. For more information, please see www.extron.com/driverdownloads.