„Shame on me“->very nice „Burr Brown“ (uargh) implementation on a Philips BDP9700..

so, 😉

shame on me“ 😉 , but got today by chance a „Philips Fidelio“ (uargh, hell 😉 ) Blurayplayer BDP9700 „in“ and as u know, i HATE this „Burr Brown“-sound, for me its the sound u have to avoid by any chance, its exactly the opposite of this „airy“/“open-sounding“ of the later ES-Sabre-chips, i must say its the finest implementation of any Burr Brown-„gear“ iÂŽve ever had (okay, this thing/player costs originally above 500€ !!)..

but so „honor where honor is due„->very nice „craftsmanship“ (and thats the point by the later „Burr Brown“-implementations)..

the „sound“ is absolutely superb (FLACs till 24/192 over „internal“ stage/chinch), best BB iÂŽve ever had (as said), rock-solid, but misses these unbelievable ES-Sabre-advanced-bitstream-thing (the fabulous/enormous „soundstage“/“positioning“/“airy attitude“)..

but as u see (they used for example 2 toroidal transformer (one just for audio)) its absolutely made on a highest level of „craftsmanship“ and so u got a result which has also to be achieved..

picture-wise these player is worser than the other Sony BDP-S7200 which i also have here; by that the firmware is too old + buggy->the Sony (and the newer Sony UBP 4K-Player) are absolutely better IMO..

(these have btw. and as u surely know 2 x HDMI-out (1x for audio only) (absolutely „common usage“ nowadays)..(these Philips has also 2 x HDMI but u cant get DSD (via DLNA) over HDMI out)..

so, clear and rock-solid BB-sound here now (but not for long !!), in this sense, greets for now, more to come (especially about this HDMI->I2S-thing) !! 😉

SFB2

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