The BD-MP1 incorporates dynamic features such as HDCP control support, Power-on Play, and protective user control options. The BD-MP1 is the perfect choice for a wide range of commercial installations, including public, educational and commercial facilities, theaters, amusement and entertainment businesses.
The compact, single rack space BD-MP1 saves space by eliminating the need for discrete audio/video playback devices in an installed rack, accepting a broad range of media and file formats via three versatile input slots — disc tray (Blu-ray/DVD/CD), USB flash or SD card.
In addition to its versatile input options, the BD-MP1 supports all popular media and file formats include Blue-ray (BD-ROM, BD-R, BD-RE), DVD (DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RW), CD (CD-DA, CD-R), Video (MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 AVC, VC-1, AVCHD, WMV), Image (JPEG, GIF, PNG) and Audio (LPCM, MP3, AAC, WMA).
A unique Power-on Play feature enables content to automatically begin playing immediately on power up, without having to engage the BD-MP1's Play feature. With Power-on Play active and Repeat Mode set to "On," content will automatically start, loop and play continuously until system power is turned off. In installed setups, this means a single power up of the integrated AV system will begin playing and looping content without having to press the Play button.
The BD-MP1's HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) Auto mode is a unique feature.
When the AUTO ON feature is engaged, even If the playback content that is connected to the HDCP support device is not copyright protected, encryption remains off, and the content will play seamlessly.
Protected operation from accidental settings changes or non-authorized use is provided via the Panel Lock button on the front panel. IR and tray lock functions prevent accidental or user-error operation or alteration of pre-set controls in commercial installations, helping ensure consistent and reliable performance in any installation.
A unique Hide Menu function allows customization of the display monitor's boot up process. In this mode, the monitor display screen can be set to display a black screen during start up rather than displaying the manufacturer's standard factory setup screen and source select menus. The result is an elegant and non-distracting visual start-up environment each time the system is turned on.
In addition to remote control operation, all playback functions