PIONEER BDP-LX52 BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER DRIVER FOR WINDOWS MAC
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PIONEER BDP-LX52 BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER DRIVER
Next up, four noise reduction controls. The first two filters are YNR and CNR, which are temporal noise reduction controls for both the Brightness and Colour components of the image, respectively. In any case, I left both these filters off, because I had no need to use them. Even if I did, they would also wipe out film grain, which makes for a very plastic, Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player image. The more extreme parts stayed, but the picture detail stayed, too. Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player its neutral position, it appears to leave the image alone. Pulling it to the left blurs the image, moving to the right sharpens it. For HD content, I left it in the middle, whereas with DVD, I preferred to actually lower it a little to try and disguise aliasing and ringing. There are also controls for White Level, Black Level both of which are best adjusted on the display, but are potentially useful here, tooa toggle for NTSC 7.
There is also no chroma upsampling error.
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What does all of this mean? That the player outputs what's stored on the disc without any meddling, and delivers a no-compromise experience.
You get the whole picture and nothing more, in just about every sense of the phrase. This is only slightly better than Panasonic's considerably cheaper BD players, and is absolutely behind Oppo's BDP, which passes every single one of these hurdles!
This test lets us see how well the player disguises jaggies when converting i content to p. The player performed very well indeed, with all three moving bars looking incredibly smooth and problem-free, with one caveat: I doubt any similar problems will be visible in real-world usage, but the potential for it is here. Fortunately, we have objective testing that lets us know exactly what the player can and can't do.
First of all, the Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player Cadence detection tests. Unlike Blu-ray Disc, which has a pure 24p mode, the most fault-proof DVD playback is achieved through interlaced decoding followed by separate analysis and deinterlacing. This covers a lot of bases, but doesn't cover some of the more unusual cadences that sometimes appear in Japanese animated content.
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There are some players out there that pass all of these tricky tests, but the LX52's performance is more than adequate for the vast majority of titles. The test results, by the way, were exactly the same when the player was in the Auto2 mode. The other two factors in SD performance are diagonal interpolation for smoothing jaggies in video content and scaling for resizing the SD resolution content for HD video output.
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The player did very well with scaling, creating a crisp image with no obvious ringing, and the diagonal interpolation result was the same as with HD: One of the things I enjoyed most about the video processing adjustments on the BDP-LX52 was the possibility of softening the image, which sounds like a non-starter at first. But you can't use this port to play back digital media, a feature Pioneer Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player prides itself on.
This is definitely an enthusiast's deck and that's reflected in the moody blacks Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player stylish onscreen graphics. The setup menu is packed with options that experienced users will love, including detailed user-defined tweaks that can be saved in three memory positions. Despite this attention to detail, the LX52 remains generally easy to use, thanks to the excellent menu structure and immaculately arranged remote.
Performance The Quick Start mode fires up the deck in eight seconds, but when loading Blu-ray discs, the LX52 shows no signs of improvement over previous models, taking a lumbering one minute and 10 seconds to load Java-heavy platters. Picture quality is nothing short of sensational. The LX52 conjures up some of the sharpest and most substantial hi-def images we've seen from a player at this price point.
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Blacks are profound, while colours dazzle with a combination of strength and accuracy. But it's with detail that the deck really works its magic.
Viewed side by side with most of its rivals except perhaps the Oppo BDPthere seems to be an extra degree of crispness and punch to fine textures and patterns, and edges look just a touch more definitive. Add fluid motion tracking and jaggie-free diagonal lines into the mix and you've got yourself one seriously good picture performer. Pioneer is to home cinema what Pele is to football, and every new product it launches is greeted with near-religious fervour. What inspires this. This much we know: Pioneer has Pioneer BDP-LX52 Blu-ray Disc Player its name to some stunning plasma TVs and Blu-ray players.
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