3D Ready Universal Disc Player with Network Streaming
Watch movies, TV shows, and even online videos using the DBT-1713UD Universal Disc Player from Denon. The DBT-1713UD can play Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, and other popular disc formats. It also allows you to stream videos from online services such as Netflix, VUDU, and Hulu. A fanless design makes the player exceptionally quiet, while a fully shielded drive mechanism provides steady playback. A remote control is included.
Comes with an HDMI output and Ethernet port, as well as a USB port on the front.
Plays Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, SACDs, and DVD-A discs
Streams videos from online services like Netflix
Fanless construction for exceptionally quiet performance
Fully shielded drive mechanism for consistent, precise playback
The remote control is intuitive and features direct access for online video services.
The drive mechanism is fully shielded for consistent, precise playback.
Enjoy movies, TV series, and more with the DBT-1713UD Universal Disc Player from Denon. The DBT-1713UD can play virtually all popular disc formats, including Blu-ray discs, DVDs, CDs, Super Audio CDs (SACDs), and DVD-Audio (DVD-A) discs, making the machine extremely versatile. It offers 1080p/24 video output for exceptional quality and is 3D capable.
Using the DBT-1713UD , you can stream videos from online services such as Netflix, VUDU and Hulu to your home theater system. (Video service subscriptions are sold separately.) You can also take advantage of the USB port on the front to share digital music, videos, or photos stored on a USB drive or another DLNA-certified device.
Sporting a solid cabinet, large footprint, and sleek black finish, the DBT-1713UD is made to match other Denon home theater system components. Because it contains no fan, it's virtually silent. A fully shielded drive mechanism suppresses internal and external vibrations and electromagnetic noise for consistent, precise playback.
This player also loads and begins playing discs 20 percent faster than Denon's previous model. Other design features include a rigid chassis and a molded front panel for optimal durability and performance.
Included with the player is an intuitive remote control featuring glowing cursor and operation keys and direct access buttons for online video services. You can also use the remote to operate a Denon AV receiver.
Denon offers a remote app you can download to control the DBT-1713UD using your iPhone, iPad, or Android-based device (when using the player in conjunction with a Denon AV receiver launching in 2012 that supports the app).
The DBT-1713UD comes equipped with a USB port on the front along with an HDMI output, an Ethernet port, a left/right analog audio output for multi-zone distribution, and remote control in/out ports. The player measures 4-1/4 by 17-3/32 by 11-39/64 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 10-13/16 pounds.
The DBT-1713UD is backed by a one-year warranty, subject to the full warranty terms and conditions.
DBT-1713UD Universal Disc Player, remote with batteries, HDMI cable, quick setup guide, and owner's manual on CD-R.
Compatibility: CD / SACD / DVD / DVD-A / Blu-ray Disc / / / /
Audio / Video streaming from network
Audio exclusive mode
Quick Start Mode
Video Scaling on HDMI: up to 1080P
3D video support
Compressed Audio Compatibility: WMA / MP3 /
Online contents service: Netflix
Decoder: Dolby Digital Plus / Dolby TrueHD / DTS HD / /
Decoder: DD / DTS / DTS96/24 / SACD / / /
DSD from SACD via HDMI
Multi Channel Down Mix: DD / DTS / SA-CD / /
CD Compatibility: CD / CD-R/RW / HDCD / SA-CD / / /
DVD Compatibility: DVD-V / DVD-A / DVD-R / DVD-RW (video) / DVD+R/RW / / / /
AVCHD / DivX HD / DivX6 / DivX Ultra / DivX plus HD / / / /
MP3 / WMA from: CD / DVD / USB / /
Image Disc Compatibility: JPEG / JPEG HD / Picture CD / /
High Grade Audio Components
Gold Plated Cinch
True 24 Frames Per Second (FPS)
DLNA Certified (v1.5)
Network Audio: MP3 / WMA / AAC / FLAC / WAV / / / /
Network static video (JPEG)
Network Video: MPEG / DivX Plus HD / H.264 / WMV / / /
HDMI Out 1
Analogue Out: 2ch / 5.1ch / 7.1ch (Cinch) / /
Digital Out: Coax/ Optical /
Flasher IN / OUT /
D/A convertion (audio) 192 kHz / 24-bit
Frequency response CD (linear PCM) От 2 Гц до 20 кГц
Frequency response (SACD, DVD-A) 2 Гц 40 кГц (SA-CD)
Signal to Noise Ratio 115 dB
Dynamic Range: CD / DVD 100 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 0.0025%
Available Colours: Black / Premium Silver /
Remote Control RC-1161
Power Supply AC 100 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption in W 20
Standby Consumption in W 0.3
Maximum Dimensions (W x D x H) in inches 434 x 295 x 108
Weight in LBS 4.9
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DVD-Audio (DVD-A) is a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format, that is specifically designed to hold audio data, and particularly, high-quality music. The DVD-A format is said to provide at least twice the sound quality of audio CD on disks that can contain up to seven times as much information. Almost all of the space on a DVD video disc is devoted to containing video data. As a consequence, the space allotted to audio data, such as a Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack, is severely limited. DVD-A also provides more complexity of sound by increasing the sampling rateand the frequency range beyond what is possible for the space limitations of CDs and DVD-Video. DVD-Audio is 24-bit, with a sampling rate of 96 kHz; in comparison, DVD-Video soundtrack is 16-bit, with a sampling rate of 48 kHz, and standard audio CD is 16-bit, with a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz.
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