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pfslai 02-19-2009 01:33 PM

Pioneer BDP-09
 
I just bought this new pioneer BDP-09 player. Video quality is as good as I've seen. While disc loading time is not PS3 speed, it is still quite acceptable.

I am still waiting for Krell and Anthem to come out with their new processors. With this player, Pioneer claims that sending audio and video signals thru 2 hdmi output gives you superior quality. I am wondering whether anyone has tried this yet?

Flay 02-19-2009 02:21 PM

Re: Pioneer BDP-09
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pfslai (Post 19822)
I just bought this new pioneer BDP-09 player. Video quality is as good as I've seen. While disc loading time is not PS3 speed, it is still quite acceptable.

I am still waiting for Krell and Anthem to come out with their new processors. With this player, Pioneer claims that sending audio and video signals thru 2 hdmi output gives you superior quality. I am wondering whether anyone has tried this yet?

Funny that you should mention the 09. I just fired off an email to Pioneer three hours ago about getting a demo unit for Tom Volotta to review. That and the BDP-23FD announced at CES.

I'll have Tom test that out.

wes 02-20-2009 12:25 PM

Re: Pioneer BDP-09
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Flay (Post 19823)
Funny that you should mention the 09. I just fired off an email to Pioneer three hours ago about getting a demo unit for Tom Volotta to review. That and the BDP-23FD announced at CES.

I'll have Tom test that out.

I wouldn't touch a player from an ailing company that said they are pulling the plug, Long live Oppo great products best prices they underdstand Quality/Price ratio just like Vizio except Oppo's quality is top notch

Flay 02-20-2009 02:37 PM

Re: Pioneer BDP-09
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by wes (Post 19841)
I wouldn't touch a player from an ailing company that said they are pulling the plug, Long live Oppo great products best prices they underdstand Quality/Price ratio just like Vizio except Oppo's quality is top notch

Pioneer hasn't pulled the plug on Blu-ray players yet. Oppo needs to release that $500 BDP-83 one of these days.

pfslai 02-26-2009 09:42 AM

Re: Pioneer BDP-09
 
I can't help it after enduring PS3 for almost 2 years. In my view so far this is still the best bluray 2.0 player.

I have to say it's screwing up the auto detect feature on my marantz switcher. Even with the player turned off, my switcher is still locked onto that input and I have to manually switch to a different input source.

wes 02-26-2009 09:55 AM

Re: Pioneer BDP-09
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Flay (Post 19843)
Pioneer hasn't pulled the plug on Blu-ray players yet. Oppo needs to release that $500 BDP-83 one of these days.

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We would like to thank you for the tremendous feedback that we have received from the community in response to our first BDP-83 Blu-ray player notification update. There were many great comments, suggestions and concerns which we will try to address in the release of the BDP-83. In particular, we would like to address the Early Adoption Program.

We have decided to take a democratic, by-the-people approach to the implementation of the Early Adoption Program. For the initial batch we will randomly choose 50 customers to participate in the Early Adoption Program. These 50 customers will have the opportunity to purchase the BDP-83 for $499 before the official release. After using the player for about a week, they will be required to vote on whether the program should be expanded or suspended based on end-user experiences. If a supermajority (at least 70%) votes in favor of expanding the program, we will expand the Early Adoption Program by another 100 randomly chosen customers. The player will be shipped with a pre-production firmware version. Firmware updates will be available from time to time.

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