We've already seen more than a few Blu-ray and HD DVD players make their debut at CEDIA
this week, and Pioneer's now tossed an entry of its own into the pack, unveiling its new high-end BDP-95FD Blu-ray player. As Pioneer is quick to boast, this is apparently the first such player to offer bitstream output of "all advanced audio formats" including Dolby
High Resolution, and DTS-HD
Master Audio. Otherwise, the player will give you full 1080p24
video, along with HDMI 1.3 connectivity (including HDMI-CEC
technology), and Pioneer's "exclusive" Home Media Gallery, which will let you network the player with your computer or other DLNA
-compliant gear. Just don't expect to be able to do all that on the cheap, with the player set to pack a $1,000 price tag when it's released in October.