Reavon UBR-X200 (Black) is rated out of 5 by 6.
Reavon UBR-X200 (Black)
Universal UHD Blu-ray Player
One per customer / household.
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Flagship universal player for your treasured collection
From CD to UHD Blu-ray and taking in SACD, DVD-A along the way, the UBR-X200 is a truly universal player. As well as playing your complete music and movie collection, the UBR-X200 has the connectivity to suit just about any system, including high-end AVRs with XLR balanced inputs. This, plus the top quality build and components ensures class-leading sound and vision.
Play all your discs
With universal disc playback, the UBR-X200 is ideal for your treasured collection of music and movies. Playable discs include UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, DVD-A, DVD, ASCD and CD. It’s also compatible with a wide range of recorded formats. These include FLAC, AIFF, DFF, DSF, JPG, TIFF, MKV and M2TS. In short, whatever your disc and format, the UBR-X200 has you covered.
Stream from USB or DLNA
As well as playing a vast range of disc formats, this flexible player also plays content via its USB interface. Front and rear USB sockets are perfect for permanent or temporary connections and are compatible with a wide range of file formats, including MKV, FLAC, DSD, AIFF and JPG. The Ethernet connection lets you plug into your network and stream content from other devices, such as a NAS drive, via DLNA.
Top quality vision – including Dolby Vision and HDR10 compatibility
With high power processors from the likes of Mediatek and ARM at its heart, the UBR-X200 offers impressive video performance. Compatible with Dolby Vision and HDR10, it’s all set to maximise the performance of your UHD Blu-ray discs recorded in these formats. Film fans will also appreciate True 24p Cinema, which delivers 24 frames per second, straight through to the screen, just as it would at the cinema.
For tailored vision, the UBR-X200 lets you set the brightness, contrast, colour saturation, hue, sharpness and noise reduction. This helps you get the perfect picture for your particular screen and tastes.
Enhance your Blu-rays with 4K upscaling
4K upscaling enhances the quality of your existing media to give a more detailed picture on your 4K TV. Ideal for use with FHD (1080p) media, 4K upscaling gives a boost to your older movies, without having to get the latest 4K version – if it’s even available.
Audiophile sound quality
Featuring Burr-Brown DACs, custom capacitors and a powerful toroidal transformer at its heart, the UBR-X200 is every bit as well specified as a top quality CD (or SACD) player. This makes it sound impressive, not just with movie soundtracks, but also your music discs, too. The generous power supply ensures a powerful sound, with effortless dynamics and precise harmonics. The quality components reduce background noise for a superior signal-to-noise ratio. The jitter-less clock also helps reduce distortion. Put together, all the components contribute to a sound that’s smooth, powerful and precise.
The 1.6mm thick chassis is reinforced with a 3mm thick steel plate. This not only gives the player a solid feel but also helps resist vibration. Less mechanical vibration promotes a purer, cleaner sound with less distortion.
Total connectivity to your AVR or amp
Whatever your system, the UBR-X200 has you connected. Outputs to your AVR or amp include conventional RCA phono, digital coaxial and optical. For more advanced systems, there’s the option of XLR sockets for a pro-quality, balanced connection. This is especially beneficial for longer runs, where conventional, unbalanced, analogue cables quickly lose signal quality. Legacy systems are catered for, too, with the increasingly rare 7.1 RCA phono outputs.
Twin HDMI and USB sockets
Twin HDMI sockets give you flexible connectivity. The second HDMI lets you run an audio source to another room or use the player with older AV receivers that won't pass through 4K HDR signals. The front-mounted USB 2.0 interface is ideal for plug-in media players. The rear-mounted USB 3.0 offers even higher performance and is perfect for constantly connected storage and playback devices.
On-screen media information
Want to know more about the movie’s technical information? It’s easy with the UBR-X200. Simply hold down the INFO button on the remote to call up the disc’s details. This lets you check information such as MaxFall (Maximum Frame Average Light Level), MaxCLL (Maximum Content Light Level) as well as HDR and HDMI output information. If you’re into every technical aspect of film, this player lets you geek out to the max!
Maximise the full potential of your music and video disc collection, with the Reavon UBR-X200.
Multi Channel Output
XLR Balanced Outputs
High Resolution Audio
Dimensions WxHxD (mm)
430 x 82 x 351
Rated 5 out of 5 by nicam6 from My first one had issues Now im happy. I bought the first unit 3 weeks ago and was initially happy with it. Then I loaded Star trek the motion picture bluray. at 1.08 it started ticking and whirring and freezing and stop and starting and jumped to the next chapter. the same on one of my DVD AUDIO discs and when i loaded one of my 4K discs it span up loud. I phoned help line suggested contacting Reavon. They said it should do any of that. I arranged collection and replacement. What a difference this one is smooth in operation and oozes quality my discs play with no problems. For the price i expect no issues for being a universal player. Now DVD Audio play SACD plays and 4K discs do not rev up and is almost silent in playback. Wonderful
Date published: 2022-05-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by DarthJay from Is it an OPPO ? No it's on its own! This will be long I will cover my thoughts, experience and heavy usage from the past month. First Reavon gets a hefty debate going on forums , it's not a Giec 5800 but it's probably built in the same factory with parts available for certain components due to supply ! That's just my opinion! I'll add look what smart phones can do today for the component size . Having a unit full off bits and various covers looks impressive ,the reality is components get smaller and more efficient for the same thing. Reavon are also backed by Archisoft who assisted Zappiti, Zappiti handles the U.S distribution of Reavon. The unit is solid and internally it's all very raw , everything is on show to see. The components are not the absolute latest but just a little older tried and tested items , all the electronic boards are incredibly well finished The mediatek SoC was for OPPO originally, much like how OPPO Mobile and Sony collaborate, OPPO have exclusive use of the collaboration till that agreement runs out and it's then available for all manufacturers wanting to take it on but it was optimised for the original user So when it's comes to build and function it all works and when playing discs it's a joy to watch movies on. The picture looks rich and as intended, setting direct mode gives the best results but the unit auto mode does a fine job handling anything below UHD. Sound playback to my ears is clean and defined with a organic warmth nothing sounds mashed or overlapped . The unit feels more like a computer in operation , the drive is very smooth , reading cd, dvd , blu ray and UHD , with a fast spin up but then settles to near whisper quiet. Some discs cause the unit to spin incredibly fast for longer than desired mainly from my experience Sony UHD discs with Dolby vision, Reavon are aware and any questions I've had have been replied to in a day. External connections are gold plated and layed out well , no WiFi is a shame but it can be plugged in , no streaming services which is fine by me. Some debate about a sparce display, I can not see the fine written letters of sound codec information when sat away from the screen , I find it much easier to use the remote to call up the information I need , there is planty available including zoom feature and picture perimeter settings to fine tune what your TV can't. I left mine in reference as it displays what the disc is coded with. Is it worth the asking price ? If you are a disc collector and use various storage devices then it'll do it all Does it give an awesome picture ? Compared to my excellent and trusted ubp x800 is does look better . What about sound? Again yes to my ears it does sound cleaner. It also has a hidden feature if you love collecting discs from around the world ...well it can handle those too Things I think let it down a bit , the remote has all the functions you need but it's old school not Bluetooth, it's also big and plastic which is a shame as a sleek metal one would be a nice touch. It's a pretty unit but metal buttons and an engraved reavon logo would have been nice touches , if I'm been super picky the word blu ray on the disc tray is slightly miss -aligned When you leave the unit in auto play the screen shows a text box and occasionally it'll go black screen as the processor does it's thing before showing its home screen, when ending a disc occasionally you get the black screen and the laser will make a noise as it resets it's position. I believe these are all software related , as I said it's more like a computer in operation, it feels like it still needs a little tinkering to sort out a few bugs but it's new and it's still been developed. During operation you'll forgive it because Reavon are working on it. Since release there are regular updates adding improvements, all easily loaded via USB I think for the price it needs a few cosmetic improvements and a smoother disc drive to match it's purpose along with a nicer Bluetooth remote and built in WiFi because we don't have enough cables already! It all works as intended but does feel a little rough around the edges which at this price point really shouldn't be , if it's going to be the last of it's kind make it the final word when it comes to a high end player , still I'm keeping mine because once I'm watching my favourite films on it , I'm filled with joy.
Date published: 2022-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rob68 from Great Features but Pricey FOR: PQ, build quality, features, fairly easy to update firmware. Now Capable of playing SACD and DVD-Audio. AGAINST: Costly. Not the quietest on initial disc spin startup. Red Standby light too big and bright and can be a distraction if sitting just below screen - Fixed with a bit of electrical tape partially covering the light.
Date published: 2022-03-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by Andrew Moyes from Good sound but needs new firmware updates Bought 2 weeks ago and returned within 14 days. Build could be better for £1400 however sound is very good and picture too. Compatibility is not there with DVD audio discs as stated that it should be. They have done a firmware update which has not worked. Some blu ray discs are very noisy in the machine and they make the player vibrate heavily which is not good. Eventually this will be a good machine when they have sorted out all the issues. Unfortunately there is no one in Richer Sounds who knows this machine! I was more of an expert after 10 days of trying to sort out the problems than anyone at RS...
Date published: 2021-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by JW21 from Excellent sound I have only had this product for a couple of weeks, mostly playing sacd,s connected to my ageing arcam amp via the analogue 5.1 cables. So far the sound is excellent far better than any disc spinner I,ve ever heard before, only watched one movie so far picture quality is also excellent. Updated using USB pen no problem and the menu system is very easy to use.
Date published: 2021-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by harbs65 from TOP BLU-RAY PLAYER This is a top quality blu-ray player.I was looking for a player that would give me high quality sound as well as high qauality picture and I have not been dissappointed.
Date published: 2021-09-13