On the audio side, outputs include HDMI, optical and coaxial digital, and two- and 5.1-channel analog audio outputs. You can't bridge the two- and 5.1-channel analog outs to create a 7.1-channel system. The BDP-95FD allows you to pass the native bitstream version of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD soundtracks over HDMI; it also has an internal Dolby TrueHD decoder (but not DTS-HD).
Other back-panel connections include an IR receiver input and an SR+ control port for use with other Pioneer equipment. Even though the player does not support BD-Live Web functions, it still has an Ethernet port through which you can update the firmware and add the player to your home network to utilize the Home Media Gallery feature. This feature allows you to stream music, photos and HD movies from a computer or media server. The BDP-95FD can communicate with your media server over one of three platforms: Windows Media Connect, Windows Media Player 11 or DLNA.
Read more about the high points and low points of the BDP-95FD on Page 2.