Next PCH Model (A-400) Announced

by Damian on September 1, 2012 · 3 comments

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The next gen PCH was just announced at IFA 2012. The A-400 finally looks to address the lack of Blu-ray 3D support in the Sigma line of players. As usual be on t he lookout for my review after the A-400 is released.

The Popcorn Hour A-400 is the first player to utilize Sigma Design’s Dual Core 800Mhz SMP8911 chipset, including Studio-quality VXP® video processing, support 3D movies natively from source and offers up a fast and easy to use experience in a premium case made by Silverstone.

The NMJ navigator provides an even more comfortable remote control via a 2nd screen iPad® companion opportunity (Required iOS5 and above).
The App will be soon available for free, for all A-400 Users.
An Android Tablet App will get announced soon too.

The A-400 will be available on our HOMEPAGE at October 2012.





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Brajesh September 4, 2012 at 8:00 am

I’ll be getting this. Will be interesting to compare to Mede8er’s just-released MED1000X3D. If everything else ends up being equal (3D, playback, etc.), for TV jukebox support at least, we already know PCH is better. That and hopefully support for forced subs in 3D BD-ISO’s, which Mede8er’s 1000X3D and all Realtek 1186 (and 1185) players still lack to date.

John November 5, 2012 at 10:30 pm

I can’t wait for this review!

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