Much like Thor's Uru hammer, only the home cinema worthy will be able to lift Pioneer's mighty BDP-LX88 Blu-ray player. Tipping the scales at an enormous 13.4kg, it boasts more armour than Brad Pitt's tank, and is heavier than many AV receivers.
8 expert reviews | 4 user reviews
Multimedia BD-Live Function: When we first got our hands on Pioneer's top model in early 2009, the BD-Live function wasn't yet operational. The LX 91 has a network interface, but interactive, online BD-applications only became possible with an April...
18 expert reviews | 17 user reviews
There’s no question about it: Pioneer devices almost unfailingly produce top-quality pictures. On top of that, the BDP-LX 52 also sounds fantastic: Pioneer’s PQLS technology improves differentiation in HD-audio formats — although only if you use the...
25 expert reviews | 19 user reviews
The Pioneer BDP-430 came so close to being a great player to recommend. It handles Netflix very well and is certainly quicker than past Blu-ray players, however, the lack of internal WiFi, video options for color space control, noise reduction, and,...
7 expert reviews | 50 user reviews
A little tricky to set up but we got it done. Our son really likes it. He got it as a Christmas present. We researched many players and this one is the best price for a non-wifi unit.
39 user reviews
This player only plays DVDs from Japan. It IS what I wanted but you did not know that and questioned me regarding that fact. Wonderful. Made sure my purchase was appropriate. Thanks
20 user reviews
I sent this product back because it didn't play multi-zone. Therefore, I cannot rate it other than to say I was disappointed in the advertising.
21 user reviews
A very well designed Blu-ray player, the BDP-LX70's biggest drawback is its price. If you're willing to pay the extra for its media streaming capabilities, then it's well-worth the investment.
26 expert reviews | 34 user reviews
There are less costly Blu-ray players that have more to offer than the Pioneer BDP-150.
3 expert reviews | 91 user reviews
This is me being subtle.
9 expert reviews | 14 user reviews
This is a bid for DVD deck of the year: an ultra stylish, 1080p upscaler that delivers killer performance for peanuts
5 expert reviews | 131 user reviews
This DVD player is a great choice for upscaling your DVDs to near-HD quality, so long as you don't rely too much on tech support.
1 expert reviews | 191 user reviews
Pioneer only added a Freeview tuner to its recorder range in 2006 but it has made a good job of this one, integrating it alongside the GuidePlus option, so like the Philips, you can also control separate digiboxes. Moreover, Pioneer's recorders have...
11 expert reviews | 88 user reviews
The Pioneer BDP-LX54 is part of Pioneer's luxury range, and it looks the part. It's pricier than the BDP-430, but if styling and flashy lights are your thing the BDP-LX54 is a definite pleaser.
4 expert reviews | 41 user reviews
Pioneer's pricey player offers none of the niceties that brands use to lure us to the next price point. Instead of 3D, wi-fi, universal playback or even a set of multichannel outputs, this step-up player trades purely on performance. It's a high-risk...
4 expert reviews | 7 user reviews
It's pricey but if you strive for qaulity without looking for a second mortgage, this is for you.
12 expert reviews | 33 user reviews
A stylish budget deck that gives more features and performance than we've come to expect from this price range
3 expert reviews | 242 user reviews
9 expert reviews | 4 user reviews
We bought this to replace an existing multi-regional player that was on its last legs. My wife is from Europe and has a large collection of region 2 DVDs. So far, it has been able to play all of our region 1 and 2 discs without any issues.
2 expert reviews | 125 user reviews
Don't use this a lot but it works every time
81 user reviews
Overall, the BDP-23FD succeeds at being a very good Blu-ray player. Blu-ray video performance is excellent and the player can easily decode todayâ€™s high resolution audio formats or send the bitstream audio to your receiver for processing. The...
3 expert reviews | 17 user reviews
At Rs. 6490, we are definitely impressed with the player, as the good points outweigh the cons, in number as well as extent. It does not have a fancy design, but definitely has nice video playback. It has a few minor quirks in motion, but not worse...
4 expert reviews | 292 user reviews
this was a very good dvd player for several years. it would play any disc. now it only plays region free dvds. however all its other functions still work. gonna try to reset it somehow maybe that will work. either way ive gotten my moneys worth and it...
47 user reviews
Good played, a lot of hard to find classis tv & movies are recorded in region 2
43 user reviews
I was very disappointed, because this pioneer stopped working after 3 days I installed it. In addition, i could not return it to amazon or pioneer, because I did not have its box!
44 user reviews
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