- DLNA-compatibility: Support for DMP (Digital Media Player) and DMR (Digital Media Renderer) protocols, meaning the BDP-105 can access audio, picture, and video files stored on DLNA-compatible digital media servers (for example, computers or network attached storage devices). Many of the computers in my office are set up as DLNA-compatible servers and the BDP-105 found them all, meaning I could share music (and other) files with many of my office peers.
If you step back a bit and consider what you’ve just read, I think you can appreciate what a capable and versatile machine the BDP-105 promises to be. Then, add in the fact that it uses the proven audio playback and video-processing circuitry from the BDP-95 and the BDP-105 looks to be an audiophile- and videophile-pleasing source component.
I'm looking forward to putting the BDP-105 through its paces and will report my findings in upcoming reviews for The Absolute Sound and Hi-Fi+. Watch for them.