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Wednesday, January 05, 2000
Pioneer launches 2nd Generation Of Its Indrustrial DVD-Video Player


"..Pioneer announced the second generation of its industrial DVD-Video player. The DVD-V7400 builds upon the legacy started by its predecessor, the DVD-V7200, providing users with several new features and capabilities not present in the first generation product.

One of the leading features of Pioneer's second generation industrial DVD-Video player is its component video output capability (Y, C-R, C-B), for applications that require content with high-end video output. Component video gives the professional user full access to the superior video quality of DVD, and the three separate terminals allow for connection to professional and broadcast video monitors, as well as to advanced display systems like plasma panels and video walls.

Pioneer's second generation DVD-Video player features both NSTC and PAL video playback. An NSTC or PAL external black burst sync signal can be applied through the EXT SYNC IN terminals to enable clean switching with other video sources. Pioneer's previous industrial player supported only NTSC video playback, which meant that certain international projects hit roadblocks if all content was not produced for the NSTC format.

Audio features have also been expanded in the DVD-V7400. In addition to the Pulse Coded Modulation (PCM) and Dolby Digital audio formats, the DVD-V7400 now supports digital audio out in the Digital Theater Systems (DTS) format.

The list of disc media that can be read by the DVD-V7400 also has expanded. Pioneer's second generation player now reads conventional CD-R discs in addition to DVD-R (3.95GB and 4.7GB) and CD-RW discs.The following disc formats and disc media formats are supported : Video CD, CD-DA, DVD-Video, DVD Hybrid (DVD-Video segments).."



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