Pioneer 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI output


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Pioneer 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI output
$59.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

Product List:

  • 1 Pioneer DV-400 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI output

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#3

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First one to guess. WINS!


#4

no hdmi cable WTH


#5

I’d better return the Memorex 1080p player that I just bought at Target, Pioneer is a terrific brand.


#6

Blu-Ray ftw.


#7

Such a deal !!!
I’m in for 3 !


#8

rice krispies for teh win!


#9

I have one of these units… They are great. Well worth the money. Mine works great.


#10

FROOGLE

not bad. around $30 cheaper.


#11

wow i can get the philips version of this at Sams Club for the same price…
big whoop!


#12

So for us less tech inclined, what is great about HDMI vs. the HD connecting cables we use for everything else?


#13

Was in the market for one of these, but not so sure about Pioneer.


#14

I have an HD-DVD Player, will i get a better look with normal DVD’s with this or with the HD-DVD? Is that what the upconverting is?


#15

Divx… HMMM … but can it play XVID too?


#16

Yes…upconverting means that it will convert any of your standard DVD’s that you would play to HD quality up to 1080p if you have a TV capable of that HD resolution


#17

This is easily one of the best players on the market.

I bought mine 5 days ago for twice the price =/

oh and yes it does play xvid. and wmv. and basically anything with an avi extension.


#18

Is a normal HD-DVD Player an upconverter?


#19

Dude, Godwin’s Law.


#20

Chances are the HD DVD player will do an equal or better job, though if you can take the HD DVD player back I would while you still can, buy this for cheaper, and save the money and the loss on a format on its way out the door.