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Pioneer BDP-HD1 Blu-ray player coming in May

Paul Boutin
January 4, 2006
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$1,800 isn't really all that much for Pioneer's forthcoming player, which bundles 1080p output and 1080p video upconvert,  and supports DTS-HD,  DTS and Dolby Digital.  Besides an HDMI jack for one-cable hookup, the BDP-HD1 will be able to network with any DLNA-compliant server or any PC running Windows Media Connect.


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