Pioneer ELITE UDP-LX500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with Dolby Vision Support

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  1. Ilya

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    Pioneer unveiled its new ELITE UDP-LX500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with Dolby Vision Support at this week’s CEDIA Show. Price $1099.

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    Featuring three-block internal layout, Ultra Rigid Construction, and Double-Layered Chassis for a robust build, 6-layered main circuit board, SDR/HDR preset mode, and support for HDR10/Dolby Vision for quality picture, as well as premium audio DAC and Zero Signal Terminal for high-grade sound, the UDP-LX500 lets you enjoy the highest video resolution as well as your other digital disc collections.

    UDP-LX500 - Universal Disc Player

    Pioneer Unveils ELITE UDP-LX500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player with Dolby Vision Support | High-Def Digest
     
  2. navychop

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    Not “universal” - although it supports SACD, it does not appear to support DVD-A.

    And it strikes me as a tank used to deliver flowers.


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    Certainly no worse than the $300 NAD CD player.

    Surely Onkyo (Pioneer's parent company) saw the void left by Oppo and decided to strike but is there enough quality content available on disc to support such an investment?

    By the time we can afford this stuff, our sight and hearing has diminished to the point where we can no longer take full advantage of it.
     
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