Pioneer Elite Kuro Pro-111FD Review

Posted: Nov 20 2008, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:48am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Our review partner Digital Trends tested the Pioneer Elite Kuro Pro-111FD 50 inch Plasma. This high-end Plasma gained the Digital Trends Editor's Choice Award with quote: "There’s no question that the Pioneer Elite Kuro Pro-111FD is a new benchmark for plasma HDTVs—picture quality is that good."

Quote from the full review: "We get bleary-eyed checking out all the new HDTVs. Bigger, better and cheaper are this year’s watchwords in a nutshell. And yet, if you walk into a decent retailer (i.e. Magnolia in your local Best Buy) and gaze over a wide expanse of higher-end flat panels, one series always stands out: Pioneer’s Kuro plasma HDTV line. Consistently rated by everyone with 20/20 vision as the best available, we couldn’t wait to put the new Elite Pro-111FD through its paces. Although wonderful, though, one huge drawback for the product family is the simple fact that featured selections are wildly-expensive compared to plasma market-share leader Panasonic’s offerings."
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