Other new features are support for the Song Pal Link app, Spotify and Deezer.Ironically, the definition of universal has just shifted, making this versatile player still not qualify for that designation – Ultra HD Blu-ray has come to market and the UHP-H1 does not support the new format; it merely upscales HD to '4K' UHD.PS: The UHP-H1 is not Sony's only SACD-capable player in 2016; Sony confirms also the more affordable and compact BDP-S6700 plays SACD.This unit handles not only Blu-ray, 3D BD, DVD-Video, CD and Super Audio CD but also high-resolution audio including DSD (DSDIFF and DSF but up to what frequency Sony hasn't specified yet) and PCM up to 24-bit/192k Hz.Other audio formats include FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, HE-AAC.The same held true for Play Station 3: Technically, all units were probably perfectly capable of handling DVD-Audio's multichannel, high-resolution PCM streams but not enabled to do so.
The acoustic recording has been mastered for stereo, 5.1 and Dolby Atmos.The disc in this case uses msm Studios' Pure Audio Blu-ray format, like other albums written about here previously.Times have changed, and although Sony was the driving force behind the original Blu-ray Disc fornat and one of the first brands to launch '4K' consumer products back in 2013 and covering pretty much the whole 4K content production chain, Sony was not ready, or rather not prepared, to be among the companies launching the ultimate optical disc standard, leaving that honor to Panasonic and Samsung.February 5, 2016 First surround sound music recording using Dolby Atmos In classical music news, the Choir of King's College has recorded a performance at the King's College Chapel in Cambridge – 13 pieces of Gabrieli's posthumously published collections from 1615.Two shots of the rear connection panel with decent resolution are in circulation and although the position of the DVD logo differs, in both cases it's the DVD-Audio/Video logo.(Actually there's a third one; see the inside on Inside CI.) The Sony UHP-H1 specifications include support for Blu-ray Disc, 3D BD, DVD-A/V, SACD, CD, DSD (DSDIFF/DSF), FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, HEAAC v.1 / v.2 / level 2, MP3, LDAC, DLNA and Play Station Now.
Sony's own page even lists the two separate DVD logos, to eliminate any possible doubt.