Pioneer Blu-ray Players Available At Retail Outlets

Posted: Jun 5 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:45pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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Pioneer has announced that its three new Blu-ray players are now available at retail outlets around the country. The three new Blu-ray players include the Elite BDP-23FD, BDP-120, and the BDP-320 models. All of the players are fitted with advanced video processing to deliver vibrant colors, detailed pictures and high resolution surround sound.

The 23FD was designed to meet the needs of custom home theater installers and has integrated functions for control and technology in the home theater. The player has KURO Link Picture Mode and a precision quartz lock system for jittery free playback when used with the new line of Pioneer receivers and Kuro TVs. The 23FD sells for $599.

The BDP-320 offers 48-bit color support, three video noise reduction circuits, and a picture control suite in a unit selling for $399. The entry level BDP-120 offers reliable playback at a $299 price point. The three players also feature an integrated USB port for playback of digital files.

Via Pioneer

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