Pioneer Electronics (USA) released the Elite BDP-23FD along with the BDP-120 and BDP-320 Blyu-ray players ls at retail stores.
The Pioneer Elite BDP-23FD along with the Pioneer BDP-120 and BDP-320 models are outfitted with advanced audio video processing and incorporate expandable and built-in memory options for BD-Live entertainment.
The Elite BDP-23FD features the KURO Link Picture Mode and Precision Quartz Lock System Multi (PQLS) for high imagery and jitter-free playback of soundtracks when the player is used in concert with Pioneer?s newest line of A/V receivers and KURO flat panel displays. Pioneer has also engineered the player with professional-grade internal components and durable chassis construction to deliver high quality playback performance of Blu-ray, DVD and CD discs that is found throughout the new player line. Pioneer?s Elite BDP-23FD has a suggested retail price of $599.
The BDP-320 model features 48-bit Deep Color Support, three Video Noise Reduction Circuits and a Picture Control Suite offering 13 image adjustment capabilities. The new player carries a suggested retail price of $399.
The entry-level Pioneer BDP-120 unit is the ideal addition for Blu-ray Disc fans looking to add an HD player into other rooms of the house with high quality playback of Blu-ray, DVD and CD media. The Pioneer BDP-120 has a suggested retail price of $299.
Pioneer incorporates one gigabyte (GB) of internal on-board memory with its top two models, while the entry-level BDP-120 model comes packaged with a Sandisk 1GB USB flash drive. All three players feature an integrated USB port for use with compatible flash drives and hard disk drives to provide further storage capacity for BD-Live entertainment.
All the models are currently available in the U.S.