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Compared to typical connections, the HDMI interface replaces multiple cords without degradation in signal quality between components. Master your home theater universe. Each DAC features a signal-to-noise ratio of db. Wolfson DACs provide top-notch audio performance from music and movie soundtracks.


Additionally, while my receiver is HDMI 1. However, the processor in the Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player is unable to both process high resolution PCM anything with a sampling rate above 48 KHz and apply the Audyssey EQ at the same time, but it can process the bitstream of a high resolution source and apply the EQ to it. Having the flexibility to support both of these setups is a big benefit for the Pioneer.

The Pioneer also features a Source Direct mode that will pass the contents of the disc inside directly without any scaling to a different resolution. This is a very nice feature if you have a display that can support p24, or an external scaler, as it will allow you the best possible image quality available from the Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player. My display does not support Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player but when I enabled Source Direct, I could tell that it was passing a 24p signal as my TV let me know that the format was not supported. With every other DVD or Blu-ray player I have used, I have had to set the output of the player to at least p or above to get the player to allow high resolution audio over HDMI, so this was a nice surprise.


The Pioneer also features Deep Color support, but there are currently no titles available that support this feature, and my display also does not contain support for bit color, but it would ensure that if titles are released in the future, you would have full support for that feature. When I opened up the case of the Pioneer, I found that the analog audio circuitry was kept separate Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player the video circuitry, which should help to prevent any interference with the signal and allow for higher quality playback than other players.

Pioneer BDPFD Blu-ray Player Sound & Vision

The only real hicups the player experienced was with material with Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player edits or with incorrect progressive flags. The BDPd showed itself to be motion adaptive. From the component video outputs the player exibited different results and was unable to correctly display any of the cadence material or switch between video and film modes. HDMI would be the preferred choice of outputs with this player. On the upside, the player was able to properly convert i material with both and cadences, there were no problems with pixel cropping, and it applies significant diagonal filtering.

Pioneer BDP-51FD

Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player Click on the chart below to enlarge it. Compared with the Panasonic players I had on hand, this was a battle with frustration. BD-Java titles took forever to load, and navigating through the trailers and menus was migraine inducing. Right now, I think this is the biggest stumbling block of the Blu-ray format as a whole. This is supposed to be a next-generation experience for audio and video as well as interactivity.

Sure, this player does a fantastic job with the high-resolution p content, but I did notice a small amount of ringing in some fine detail. Hard edges were also a bit noticeable, which led me to believe Pioneer applied a bit of sharpening to the output.

Pioneer made significant improvements to its video processing. The Elite models did not pass our deinterlacing tests for HD material. Upscaled p images are detailed and well-defined: Tropic Thunder looks lush and vibrant. Pioneer's foray into the lower price points is a great success. This level of performance used to be out Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc Player reach for many; the '51FD has made it much more accessible.

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Get ready for movies like you've never seen before. Prepare yourself for the stunning new world of the BDPFD Pioneer® BonusView™. Page 1 Pioneer BDPFD Blu-ray Player Review; Page 2 Pioneer It can output Blu-ray discs in their native 24Hz frame rate, and with a.

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