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Ukdapper - Pioneer BDPLX52 Best Blu-ray Disc Player

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  • Pioneer BDPLX52 Best Blu-ray Disc Player
  • Blu-ray disc (BD-ROM, BD-R/RE)
  • DTS-HD Master Audio Essential (bitstream output and decoding)
  • Digital audio output: Dolby Digital, DTS Digital Surround, Linear PCM, MPEG-2 AAC
  • Brought to you by Ukdapper Communications

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  • Manufacturer reference: Pioneer
  • ASIN: B002ZMGP7I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Dec 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 375,282 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

With a solid front aluminium panel, ice blue illumination and aluminium pre-set remote control, this player represents the best in both form and function. The BDP-LX52 is a BD-Live player, with 1GB internal memory, to deliver on the promise of BD-Live right out of the box. An integrated USB port allows connection to external storage devices for additional BD-Live content. View Blu-ray films in the original 24 frames per second format at precisely the same rate at which they were filmed and mastered. 48-bit 'Deep Colour' and 'x.v.Colour' are also supported for vibrant, accurate colours. Three noise reduction technologies work simultaneously to upgrade the image quality by removing various artefacts that may have been induced during the digitization of the video images, ensuring that what you see is as the director intended. With full support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio Essential bitstream output and decoding, you will also hear the highest quality audio. The BDP-LX52 provides top-class sound with high quality audio components, which have been rigorously tuned. The advanced PQLS multi-surround technology and a jitter reduction circuit will guarantee a jitterless audio transmission. This Blu-ray player comes with 'KURO LINK', which lets you control the player with the remote of your KURO flat screen TV. KURO LINK automatically adjusts the preset settings of the player depending on the type of Pioneer display connected.

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By Bob on 9 Sep 2013
The review above is incorrect, updates are available from Pioneer, the latest was released in August 2013. This player has been widely praised and received many awards from the press.
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Just a word of warning for potential buyers . I had a LX52 from launch and it was a great BD/DVD player but slowly from the beginning of 2012 things started going wrong . There was only one thing but a major one BD WOULD NOT LOAD .
At first I thought it might be a scratched disc but it continued with other ones and newer releases it was more common.
I checked pioneer website form firmware update but they have not released one since april 2011 . So they have given up on this player; this is shocking considering it was £500 at launch 2009 .
I have ended up using my ps3 to watch BD .
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