At the Cedia Expo this week, Pioneer Electronics introduced three new Blu-ray 3D players, the Pioneer BDP-140 and two Elite branded models, BDP-52FD and BDP-53FD.
Features of the new players include improved loading times, high definition audio and video playback from both USB and DLNA sources and audio and video streaming from Pandora, YouTube and NetFlix.
Sharp and Pioneer are bringing back an iconic name in television by introducing Elite LED LCD TVs. Sharp has owned a 14% stake in Pioneer since 2007.
The new line of HDTVs is the first under the Elite brand name since Pioneer stepped making Elite Plasmas in 2009. The sets were developed by a team of engineers from both companies in order to deliver what Sharp says will be the new benchmark for black-level performance and picture clarity since the demise of the Elite Kuro plasma line.
Pioneer Canada recently announced it would be bringing five new Elite Home Theatre Receivers – models VSX-40, VSX-50, VSX-51, VSX-52 and VSX-53 – to Canada this summer.
Starting at $550 for the VSX-40, new features of the five receivers include: Marvell Qdeo video processors, network connectivity, Internet radio connectivity, and DLNA certification.
Pioneer Electronics Canada this week announced the arrival in Canadian stores of its newest 5.1 and 7.1-channel audio video (A/V) receivers .
Pioneer Electronics Canada today announced the addition of four 5.1 and 7.1-channel audio video (A/V) receivers to their line-up.
Recognizing the the impact the Apple iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad has had on Digital Home owners, the new Pioneer VSX-521, VSX-821, VSX-921 and VSX-1021 receivers all come with a USB/video cable so homeowners can playback of audio and video from their iOS device. The higher end VSX-1021 receiver can also be used as an Apple Airplay wireless device.
Pioneer Electronics has announced it will begin shipping six new Elite A/V Receivers in Canada later this month.
Key new features in the new home theatre receivers include enhanced iPhone and iPod touch control and functionality, Bluetooth connectivity for streaming audio, Internet connectivity for streaming Internet radio, Video upscaling and HDMI 1.4a for Blu-ray 3D playback
Pioneer Electronics has announced two new 5.1 channel A/V receivers which feature 110 watts per channel of amplification, HDMI 1.4 for 3D support, and Dolby Pro Logic IIz processing.
The Pioneer VSX-520 and VSX-820 are finished in glossy black will be available later this month in the United States for $229 and $299, and next month in Canada for $329 and $449 respectively.
Pioneer announces the BDR-205, the world’s first 12x Blu-ray burner.