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Sherwood America Inc comes up with its debut Blu-ray DVD player

Sherwood America Inc., one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high performance audio and video consumer electronics, has recently announced that it has started shipping its first Blu-ray DVD player that has been specially aimed at consumers who have been waiting for affordability and optimum performance.

It is worth mentioning that Sherwood’s premier entry-level Blu-ray DVD player is aimed at consumers who are looking to step up to high-definition discs but have been waiting for an affordable solution. The BDP-5003 supports BD Bonus View (Profile 1.1), 1080p video playback at 60 Hz or 24 Hz as well as lossless audio from both Dolby and DTS through its HDMI output. The BDP-5003 is also fully compatible with the latest HDMI 1.3 standard, upscales standard DVDs and naturally plays virtually all of today’s disc formats making it a real dark horse in its designated field.

Jeffrey Hipps, Sherwood’s Sr. VP for Marketing and Product Development speaking on the sidelines of this recent development emphasized that it is a very exciting time for the customers as they now have their long cherished demand fulfilled. He also didn’t shy away from displaying his satisfaction at coming up with this advanced player that not only supports Blu-ray 1080p video output but also has built-in decoding for the latest lossless audio formats from Dolby TruHD and DTS-Master Audio HD. Moreover, what is very exciting is the reality that the Sherwood BDP-5003 player makes high definition video and lossless audio newly affordable from a brand that consumers have entertained for over 50 years.

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