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Comments about Pioneer BDP-320 Black BD-Live Blu-ray Disc Player:
This player set up in 5 minutes flat (I didn't use the internet connection feature, though). Beautiful picture quality on my 720p set with Blu-Ray or upconverted DVD's, first-rate audio quality with any medium. It loads slowly, but this isn't a major issue for me.
Service and delivery comments:
Prompt delivery from Abt as always, good tracking info was sent, packaged well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Tops in Picture Quality
from Seattle, WA
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I was impressed by the picture and sound quality of Pioneer's previous generation Blu-ray players but waited for the BDP-320, which includes ethernet support and DTS MA. I also chose this player because of the built-in audio processor and multi channel analog outputs because my receiver does not support HDMI. Biggest complaint is the slow load times, would have expected Pioneer to improve on speed with this generation but no change from the previous model. For a new player, I was surprised that there are playback issues with some movies out there, though Pioneer is aware and hopefully will be resolved in the next firmware update. Firmware updates work great with the built in ethernet; no more having to download and burn then to a CD. I'm not a fan of the remote, lots of buttons and they are small. I watch my movies in a darkened room; would be great if the remote had a back light. Overall, I would have to say, this is probably the best Blu-ray player on the market in the $300-$350 price range.
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