The Pioneer Elite TV Is Back… And Better Than Ever

The Pioneer Elite TV Is Back… And Better Than Ever

After a notable four-year absence in the TV category, the Pioneer Elite TV is back. And while it’s not plasma like its well-received predecessors, the LCD LED set is just as attention grabbing. The new Elite TV is setting the standard again in the high-end television industry, providing the highest caliber picture and technology available today.  The groundbreaking flat panel is available in 60” and 70” class. A great set to research if you’re thinking of installing a new home theater. Elite LED LCD sets boast a unique and powerful set of features that result in deep black levels, huge depth of color, high brightness and smooth images. Bottom line: it’s the best LED LCD picture on the market. The Elite TV utilizes FluidMotion, a combination of an advanced frame creation system and scanning backlight technology. What does this mean to the viewer? Incredible picture clarity and smoothness. It also employs Full Array LED that creates a more uniform and brighter lighting versus the traditional edge-lit LEDs. And there’s more! Elite’s proprietary RGB+Y technology, adds a yellow sub-pixel to the standard red/green/blue palette. This extra sub-pixel enables Precision Color Plus to create more than eight million dots per screen. What’s that mean in layman’s terms? You’ll be watching an unbelievably detailed picture. But Elite’s shining differentiator is its Intelligent Variable Contrast. Developed specifically for Pioneer Elite TVs, Intelligent Variable Contrast technology automatically controls brightness and backlight to create an unparalleled depth of color, brilliance, detail and dark areas. Additional Pioneer Elite TV Features –    Brushed aluminum finish –    Connectivity to Netflix, YouTube, and others –    3D functionality and two...

Internet Capable devices for your Home Theater

Once upon a time, even the most cutting-edge A/V technology was segregated from the outside world. In any of the millions of living rooms, basements and home theaters across the globe, the television and all its peripherals – cable or satellite boxes, DVD players, receivers, CD players – existed on one entertainment plane while the internet-capable home computer sat quietly in another corner, prepared to do its own, very separate job. Times have changed. These days, nearly every component in a Digitech Custom-quality audio / video setup is capable, via network connections, of communicating with its neighbor – and much more. It is commonplace now for Digitech’s field technicians to install, in one project, several flat-panel televisions, Blu-ray players and receivers with Ethernet ports or WIFI adapters; not only does that interconnectivity of devices open up a new realm of home entertainment possibilities, it also enables something that, just a few years ago, was unthinkable: The blending of home theater and computer. Let’s look at a few of the products Digitech Custom routinely installs, and what they have to offer along the Ethernet-ready lines: Sony BDP-S580 The BDP-S580 Blu-ray player is a tantalizing option for a streaming-media fan, packing in more internet-based services (including Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus and many more) than any of its competitors. It also has built-in Wi-Fi and an excellent Smartphone application you can use to search Netflix and other streaming-media services – no competing player provides this option for searching inside Netflix. Throw in YouTube and live sporting event services, and it’s clear that this Sony unit is a multimedia vessel first, and...