PANASONIC DP-UB9000

$1,799.00
Article number: DP-UB9000GNK
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DP-UB9000

 

A New Benchmark in Premium Picture and Sound Quality

The UB9000 reference-class Ultra HD Blu- ray player uses Panasonic’s unique chroma and HDR processing technologies to reproduce images with cinema-level quality at home. Ultimate picture quality is combined with a structure and components that pursue the highest possible audio quality to bring you a thrilling Hollywood cinema experience – regardless of the type of content. The UB9000 has been awarded a coveted EISA award as the leading 'High-End UHD Blu- Ray Player 2018-2019'.

 

Unique Imaging Technologies for a Hollywood Cinema Experience

HCX Processor for Ultra HD Blu-ray

Panasonic's 4K PRO HDR model Ultra HD Blu-ray Player features an HCX Processor for Ultra HD Blu-ray packed with original imaging technologies for stunning picture quality. The precise colours and HDR reproduction that form the essential elements of Ultra HD are the basis of high-defifinition images. They bring you a whole new viewing experience that you've never had before.

* HCX stands for Hollywood Cinema Experience. * Supervised by Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory.

 

Experience Stunning 4K Pictures

Multi HDR Support

Panasonic Ultra HD Blu-ray Players support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10, which is the standard HDR format for films, and UHD Blu-ray discs. They newly support HDR playback of HDR10+TM dynamic metadata, the next-generation standard. And they are compatible with Dolby VisonTM and Hybrid Log-Gamma. The synergistic effect achieved with Panasonic's original high-quality image technologies enables even more precise image expression.

HDR Optimiser

Tone mapping is used to adjust the brightness level of the content. And even HDR images from ordinary HDR10 and TV footage, which do not support special new formats like HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, provide optimal playback.

 

Theatre-level Quality

THX®-certified Images

The THX®-certified model reproduces the finely nuanced colours and rich, detailed images that the film creator intended. You can watch movies at home in comparable quality that you enjoy at cinema.

* THX and the THX logo are trademarks of THX Ltd., registered in the United States and other countries.

 

Stunning Colour and Details

4K High-Precision Chroma Processing

Technologies from Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory, the base for Blu-ray Disc Research & Development, are applied to Panasonic‘s unique “4K High Precision Chroma Processing.” 4K image colour signals (4:2:0) are interpolated into 4K (4:4:4) by a multi-tap chroma process, for natural textures and depth.

 

Experience Studio Master Sound Quality

High-Resolution Audio Playback

This model is designed for high-resolution audio reproduction. In addition to the conventional WAV/FLAC/MP3/AAC/WMA/AIFF formats, DSD (5.6 MHz/2.8 MHz/11.2MHz) and ALAC music files can be reproduced. Simply connect to your home audio system to enjoy music sources equivalent to studio master sound quality.

* The product with this logo is conformed to High-Resolution Audio standard defined by Japan Audio Society. This logo is used under license from Japan Audio Society.

 

Reduce Vibration and Noise During Disc Rotation

Rigid Chasis Achieves Low Centre of Gravity and Low Vibration

A newly developed drive base with a 3-dimensional, thick steel plate fixes the optical disc drive to the centre of the 2-layer chassis to reduce vibration and noise during disc rotation. Thick aluminium is used on the front and side panels to raise the rigidity of the chassis and reduce vibration.

 

Clear Sound with Minimal Noise

AC/DC Conversion Circuit

The main power supply, which provides power to the optical drive and video signal processing circuits, generates a variety of low- to high-frequency noises. These occur, for example, when driving the motor during disc playback, accessing memory, and communicating between peripheral circuits. By separating the power for the audio D/A converter and analogue output circuit at their origin, the noise effects are reduced. In addition, soft switching control lowers the noise of the power supply itself.

 

Stable Voltage and Current Supply for Sound with Minimal Distortion

10-Line Isolated DC Regulator Circuit

The digital and analogue power supplies for the D/A converter are isolated. The analogue channel is further separated into 2 channels and 7.1 channels, and for the 2- channel output, the reference voltage of the left and right channels is isolated, making a 10-line regulator circuit and reducing mutual effects to improve distortion. Moreover, high-quality audio grade electrolytic capacitors are used in the analogue channel to minimise noise.

 

Carefully Selected Audio Parts Achieve High Quality Sound

Special Circuit Board for Analogue Output

The analogue circuits for 2 channel and 7.1 channel output are mounted onto special glass-epoxy circuit boards. Together with the use of quality components, such as low-noise operational amplifiers and audio grade electrolytic capacitors, a totally balanced signal transmission is achieved by using differential circuits all the way from the D/A converter output to the XLR output terminal.

 

Versatile, High Quality Audio Output Terminals

2 Channel (XLR/ RCA) and 7.1 Channel Output Terminals

The 2 channel and 7.1 channel output terminals are also separated. Moreover, the 2 channel output is equipped with a balanced XLR output terminal in addition to the RCA terminal.

 

Online Content in 4K

Compatible with 4K VOD

Because 4K internet video distribution is now supported by content such as NETFLIX, Prime Video and YouTube, a wide variety of high-quality content is at your fingertips. The high-definition internet video signals are processed by Panasonic's original 4K High- Precision Chroma Processor to achieve crisp, beautiful images.

 

Full specifications

Owners manual

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