The first Blu-ray player to come to the U.S. from JVC, the XV-PB1, hasn't received a lot of hype since its CES reveal, but that might change now that it appears to be one of the first supporting MKV playback (learn how to play MKV on PC), following the Oppo BDP-83 and LG BD390. EHD reader Bill picked one up on the humble and lets us know he's had no problems playing 1080p video with DTS audio from a burned DVD.
The manual on JVC's website indicates official MKV and AVCHD support, but surprisingly, not DivX although the spec sheet on the same website says it does. We're reached out to JVC to confirm what buyers can expect from the XV-PB1, but with MKV on top of BD-Live, network streaming from PCs and reportedly extremely fast load times this $299 player might reshuffle the list of most desired Blu-ray hardware.
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How to Create MKV video to Playback on JVC Blu-ray Player
1. Convert M2TS to MKV: allows you make HD video source from internet to digital content that playable upon your Blu-ray player and PS3.
2. Rip DVD to MKV for digital backup DVD content and watch MKV on JVC XV-PB1 Blu-ray player
Related External Source
: Matroska MKV Video Knowledge from MKV Official Site