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Hi,Ultimately my goal is to try and keep everyone as happy as possible, the best way is to continue listening to the feedback from our customers and to try attempt to keep as true as possible to our original intentions of building a digital player, adding features without compromising that original goal.Chris
Does the BDP-2 Digital Player have a USB output?
HiNo ... 6 USB ins and 1 eSata in. AES and BNC Digital out. James
Does the BDP-2 play music from memory instead of hard disc?
Hi - JHMThere is a window on the rear of the BDP-2 which provides for future options as we go - maybe we will have a look at USB out.james
Why do you have a double Rs232 port? Is there even need for 1? Would gladly trade those in for double balanced/unbalanced outs...
I thought the BDP was a digital out only player (SPDIF (BNC), AES/EBU (XLR)). Are you asking for a DAC and an analog section to be added?
Correct - the BDP-2 is DIGITAL out only. Adding an analog stage would make it a digital preamplifier at that point.james
Hi,I stand corrected. Of course I meant those double outputs to be wished for on the bda2... Sorry for that. Though James s digital pre idea is very tempting too. Any developments in that front James? Might be an interesting way to fill the 'future' window.Still, why the double rs232 ports?Marius
Yes I think a digital preamp is worth looking at. I will ask Chris on the rs232 - 1 assume because they were available on the circuit board. James
it most certainly is building the expectations here you are James.what do you have in store for us?Marius
Hi,The BDP-2 plays exactly like the BDP-1 - it uses a buffer and you are playing from the buffer. The BDP-2 though has 3 times more memory.james
Hi James,Why do you have a double Rs232 port? Is there even need for 1? Would gladly trade those in for double balanced/unbalanced outs...Greets,Marius
Hi Vipers,We should be starting production in November so it is a good possibility.james
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