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Friday, September 05, 2008
Pioneer Unveils Flagship BDP-09FD Blu-Ray Disc Player at CEDIA

Pioneer today officially introduced its Elite BDP-09FD flagship Blu-ray Disc player featuring BD-Live.

The the $2,200 BD player features a Pioneer/Renesas jointly developed core processor chipset and complex internal and external composition.

"For more than 30 years, we?ve led optical disc innovation with product introductions that featured numerous industry firsts, ranging from the highest grade internal components to improved build constructions, all in the pursuit of developing first class products for consumers. It?s with this mindset that our engineers were given the freedom to hand select every piece of hardware and wiring for the BDP-09FD to develop a true, reference-quality player," said Chris Walker, senior manager of marketing and product planning for Blu-ray Disc at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. "The result is a flagship BD player that provides unparalleled picture and sound performance not just for Blu-ray Discs, but also for CD and DVD content."

Pioneer?s flagship Blu-ray Disc player incorporates a newly-engineered 16-bit video engine to provide advanced video decoding, I/P conversion, video scaling and video adjustments of HD and SD content .

This unique video engine includes a newly developed 16-bit Pioneer video processor, the Marvell award-winning QDEO processor along with a jointly developed video decoder by Renesas Technology. Also, for the first time from Pioneer, DVDs can be enjoyed in 1080p 24 when connected to compatible displays providing a more cinematic experience of traditional film based DVDs.

BR> The Elite Blu-ray Disc player also features Pioneer?s proprietary Adaptive Bit Length Expansion technology, which allows the purest color representation of a movie's original studio master. Through a dedicated chip, the player restores Blu-ray Disc movies, produced in 8-bit color back to the 16-bit deep color gamut resulting in an HD picture filled with hues and tones that replicates the cinematic intentions of the films? creators.

Pioneer?s BDP-09FD uses professional-level audio technologies to improve sound quality for both Blu-ray Disc and CD content. The BDP-09FD supports full decoding and bit-stream output for emerging high-resolution audio formats including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.

Audiophiles will delight in the sophisticated internal engineering featured in the new player, including a devoted power supply for the analog audio board, eight Wolfson WM8740 Audio DACs, one for each audio channel, and custom-made capacitors.

The player also features Precision Quartz Lock System (PQLS) with which the player instinctively synchronizes audio data between the Blu-ray Disc player and select Pioneer Elite A/V receivers offering jitter-free audio playback from CD content to provide listeners with the ultimate precision in product performance.

The BDP-09FD is outfitted with BD-Live interactivity to give consumers an array of interactive options when viewing BD-Live compatible titles.

The BDP-09FD also raises the bar with a completely redesigned internal construction for ultimate efficiency and performance quality.

The BDP-09FD is outfitted with:

- Center loading disc tray, solid steel bottom plate, aluminum chassis, and rugged TAOC insulators which help dampen external vibrations and lend to uncompromised picture quality
- Dual HDMI 1.3a outputs allow for a variety of connection options that can be configured for specific audio or video entertainment needs
- Gold plated connectors provide maximum signal flow - RS-232C port allows for control from third-party automation systems or custom installers

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