Pioneer is bringing a full audio and visual experience into any room of the house with the announcement of its new HTZ-BD32 home theater system.
Out of the box, the HTZ-BD32 includes a multi-functional Wi-Fi Blu-ray 3D player, up to 1100 Watts of amplification power, six compact speakers for true 5.1-channel surround sound effects, and plenty of network features.
Pioneer's HTZ-BD32 is very easy to set up, as the plug-and-play system includes color coded wires for fast connections.
The system includes two (3.8" x 3.8") front satellite speakers, one (11.8" x 3.5") center speaker, two rear (3.8" x 3.8") speakers and an amplified 250 Watt subwoofer. Audio features include Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, and Virtual 3D sound, as well as Pioneer?s Advanced Sound Retriever technology, in which enhances compressed audio files to deliver near-CD quality playback.
It also offers Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Disc, DVD, AVC, SACD and CD playback, 1080p up-scaling and two HDMI inputs. The HTZ-BD32 also includes built-in Wi-Fi and DLNA 1.5 capability, is Bluetooth ready (AS-BT200 required, sold separately), and supports YouTube, Picasa and Netflix viewing (Netflix subscription required) as well as Pandora Internet Radio listening. The system is equipped with a cradle for iPod/iPhone, a front USB connection, and a Karaoke function with microphone volume and echo control.
The Pioneer HTZ-BD32 will be available this month with a suggested price of $499.