The new flagship Blu-ray player from Pioneer

 
September 8, 2008, 12:03 pm

 
the new flagship blu-ray player from pioneer   At the consumer electronics fair CEDIA EXPO, which took place in the exhibition center Denver (USA) from 3 to 7 September, the company publishes its Pioneer introduced a new flagship Blu-ray Player Elite BDP-09FD with support for BD-Live.
New include new chipsets, developed jointly by companies Pioneer and Renesas, as well as the best 16 - bit video processing unit, which has high productivity with video decoding, is able to scale the HD/SD- content and technology supports the transformation of I/P conversion. The new chip includes a video Pioneer, Marvell QDEO processor and jointly developed with Renesas videodekoder. It is noteworthy technology company Adaptive Bit Length Expansion, which expanded the color scheme - a chip can convert movies with 8 - bit more color saturated with 16 bit colour depth.
Not less attention paid engineers audio capabilities. Provides support for multiple advanced audio standards, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. Each of the eight audio channels equipped with a DAC-chip Wolfson WM8740. Technology Precision Quartz Lock System (PQLS) with increased accuracy allows synchronize data flow between the player and some models A/V receivers Pioneer Elite series and get rid of jitter during playback of music CD. Of the interfaces there is a two HDMI ports 1. 3a.
already know that the price of new items will be about $ 2200, but the timing of its appearance in sales producer is not reported.

 

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