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 Pioneer Elite BDP-62FD Blu-ray 3D Player Relased
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Message Text: Pioneer has just released its new Elite BDP-62FD Blu-ray Disc player, offering new features including expanded high-resolution file format playback, Marvell Qdeo video processing technology, dual HDMI output, and iControlAV2012 app control.

The BDP-62FD supports many of today's most popular video and audio file formats including Flash Video (.flv), used by many online video sites, and high-quality audiophile FLAC files, made possible through DLNA certification that allows music content to be shared from a PC via the user's home network. The player supports DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD, DVD-Audio, and Super Audio CD audio formats on disc. Many of the BDP-62FD compatible file formats can be stored and retrieved from a USB thumb drive, USB hard drive (NTFS formatted) or via a home network. The player offers full IP and RS232 support including wake-up on LAN.

DLNA certification of the BDP-62FD enables the player to work as a DMP/DMR (Digital Media Player/Digital Media Renderer), allowing the user to push content directly from a portable source, such as a compatible smartphone. Through a network connection via Ethernet or the optional AS-WL300 wireless network adapter, the BDP-62FD provides access to entertainment network services including Pandora, Netflix and YouTube.

The BDP-62FD is built with Marvell?s Qdeo technology, offering high quality video processing. Qdeo also captures, processes and renders a wider variety of video signals ranging from high definition Blu-ray Disc to content from portable video sources such as smartphones. The new player offers 3D video output with HDMI 1.4a connectivity, allowing for passage of the high data transfer rate required by the Blu-ray 3D format. Additional features to enhance video performance include support for HDMI 1080p/24 Hz output, 36-Bit Deep Color for accurate color reproduction, as well as Pioneer?s Stream Smoother and three separate noise reduction circuits to decrease video noise.

For added convenience, the new player is equipped with dual HDMI outputs. The BDP-62FD also offers simplified control with Pioneer's iControlAV2012 App that enables Apple's iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to act as a basic remote control for the player when connected via a wireless router. The app is available for download at no charge from the App Store or at www.itunes.com/appstore/. The iControlAV2012 for Android smartphones is available on Google Play.
 
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