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The Pioneer Elite BDP-320 is a Profile 2.0 blu-ray player that features HDMI 1.3a and Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD bit-streaming.

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can decode dts-hd MA, sounds very much true to the studio recording on the right system

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general build quality is solid and heavy, feels durably constructed to last for years

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source-direct video output option results in a flawless picture

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disc-loading tray is fairly sturdy, don't have to worry about warping it as you change discs

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sleek design, doesn't eat too much space up in the rack

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very good upscaling of DVDs, really brings out the details

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slow operation overall, takes a long time to load a disc and there's lag when you make a command from the remote

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The Pioneer Elite BDP-320 is a Profile 2.0 blu-ray player that features HDMI 1.3a and Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD bit-streaming. The second in the Pioneer BDP series, the BDP-320 is a direct upgrade from the BDP-120. As well as maintaining most of its predecessor’s features, the BDP-320 adds along 48-Bit Deep Color Support that improves subtle gradations between colors for a more smooth/dynamic picture, a Picture Control Suite with 13 video adjustments, 3 different noise reduction circuits that improve the performance of low-quality disc content, a KURO Link for immediate syncing with Kuro plasma televisions, 7.1 channel analog output, a Precision Quartz Lock System (PQLS) that offers “jitter-free audio transmission” with Pioneer receivers by synchronizing with them for a “high resolution listening experience”, and 1GB of internal memory. In addition, the Elite BDP-320 offers 1080p true 24FPS video output, not to mention BD Live with USB expandable memory (HDD support), Dolby TrueHD, and Dolby Digital Plus. The BDP-320 also comes equipped with an Ethernet jack for BD-Live & firmware updates, and TrueHD / DTS-HD master audio decoding. Slated to drop sometime in April 2009, the BDP-320 is estimated to retail for somewhere between $300 and $400.

  • Profile 2.0
  • HDMI 1.3a Output
  • Dolby TrueHD & DTS-HD Bit-Streaming Out
  • 1080p True 24FPS Video Output
  • Picture Control Suite
  • 48-Bit Deep Color Support
  • 3 Different Noise Reduction Circuits
  • KURO Link
  • 7.1 Channel Analog Output
  • Precision Quartz Lock System
  • BD Live w/USB Expandable Memory (HDD Support)
  • 1GB Internal Memory
  •  Dolby TrueHD & Dolby Digital Plus
  • TrueHD / DTS-HD Master Audio decoding
  • Ethernet Jack For BD-Live & Firmwire Updates
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