|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 17.1 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||BDP-62FD|
Pioneer BDP-62FD Elite Blu-Ray 3D Disk Player with Dual HDMI Output
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The ultimate home theater experience starts with the source, the epicenter of both audio and video content, and if you are seeking uncompromised audio and video content, then the Pioneer Elite BDP-62FD Blu-ray Disc Player is your solution. The BDP-62FD is designed to elevate the home theater experience and provide unrivaled picture and audio quality, improved loading times, wireless capabilities, and audio and video streaming from Pandora, YouTube, and Netflix.
Top Customer Reviews
Our DVDs look almost as good as Blu-Rays do on my Panasonic plain Blu-Ray player. But, the Blu-Rays on this player are really good. This player is so good that when I use the 2D to 3D conversion feature on my plasma TV I'm always blown away. Don't get me wrong, a true 3D Blu-Ray looks better but the upconversion on a really good plain Blu-Ray movie such as Avatar will have you shaking your head!
I've not tried playing SACD or DVD Audio yet.
Update - This model (BDP-63FD) does not have analog RCA outputs so the only to way to use its internal DAC circuits is via the HDMI output ports. It also has a digital output RCA port for connection to your external DAC. The previous model (BDP-53FD) does have analog output ports but only a digital TOSLINK (optical) port. I check the web and the advantage of digital optical cable is that it is not affected by close proximity to other cables which can affect the sound of digital RCA (SPDIF). I found conflicting views but the consensus seems to be that the digital RCA (SPDIF) cables sound better.
I was able to get my hands on a 53FD player to test the quality of the sound of its internal DAC using the analog RCA outputs for cd play back. I don't claim to have golden ears but at moderate volume levels I thought its sound was smooth in the treble and had more punch than I thought possible for a player at it's low price. The bass guitar on the Angus & Julia Stone album Down the Way was even better than I remembered. I ended up listening to the entire album twice because the bass and vocals were so good.
Plus the video was just as good as the current 63FD and both do cd/SACD/Blu-ray and 3D.
The BDP-53FD is hard to find and can run as high as $700 to $800 USD! Very high considering the Pioneer MSRP is/was $399 so I guess I was late to the party. I got a refurbished one at the Pioneer web site for a very good price but only a 90 day warranty.
It was very simple to connect to my system including the universal remote. It did not need reprogramming.
I'm also very happy with Amazon. The unit arrived on time and in good condition.