Pioneer releases three 3D Blu-ray players

Pioneer releases three 3D Blu-ray players

Pioneer USA Pioneer started shipping its first line of 3D Blu-ray, featuring latest HDMI standard, 1.4a, 36-Bit Deep Color support and company’s PureCinema technology that upconverts standard definition video sources to 1080p. The 3D models also support the latest high-quality audio formats including DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD.

The new line include t he BDP-430 model and two Elite models the BDP-41FD and BDP-43FD. The three new models employ the Precision Quartz Lock System (PQLS) for jitter-free reproduction of Blu-ray Disc, DVD and CD content, also come equipped with the iControlAV iOS app which allows you to turn your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch into a full-fledged remote control. The first (BDP-430) of course support s 1080p/24fps, high-definition audio, optional wireless connectivity with a USB adapter (sold separately), allows to stream content from YouTube, Netflix, Pandora and Youtube and is currently available for a suggested retail prices of $299.

The Elite BDP-41FD also include a RS-232 port for custom installation access and control, is available for a SRP of $399.

BDP-41FD

The high end model  BDP-43FD features higher quality internal components, an Armored Chassis Construction to reduce vibration, Drive Mechanism Shock Absorbers, Gold-plated HDMI Terminal,  Media Server Client to enjoy a variety of supported content stored on compatible PCs and other media servers and a RS-232C Port, it is retailing for a SRP $499.

Pioneer BDP-43FD 3D Blu-ray player

Related posts

Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles

Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles

Brain It On! – Physics Puzzles is another puzzle game that you can find on Google Play. Right from the start we can say that it resembles many other puzzle games that you can find online. The app comes with numerous levels to complete and this means that you will be playing this app for a...

HTC H7 tablet specs listed online

HTC H7 tablet specs listed online

A few days ago we informed our readers that HTC was planning to release its first own tablet under the HTC H7 brand name. Back then the only facts we knew were that the tablet would be a budget-oriented device and that it would appear in Q2 2015. It seems that the H7 is getting closer and...

PQI debuts the iConnect mini flash drive

PQI debuts the iConnect mini flash drive

The popular maker of peripheral devices, memory and video cards PQI has announced the new iConnect Mini Lighting flash drive for Apple devices. The new flash drive offers large storage capacities in a chassis that is incredibly small – the iConnect measures just 44.6 x 12.6 x 8 mm (1.5 x 0.5 x...

Leave a comment