Also rips audio CDs into MP3 files
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. debuted the new Pioneer DV-420V 1080p upconverting DVD player, which is the first to feature an exclusive MP3 encoding capability for supreme music portability. Combining HDMI connectivity with advanced multi-format playback, Pioneer’s new player is an ideal source device for secondary room settings. Extremely compact in size, the DV-420V features a length of only 16.5-inches providing maximum features in an extremely slim profile for a seamless fit in any room space.
Long Lasting Digital Entertainment
Pioneer continues to bring music enthusiasts to the forefront of digital audio entertainment with an all new song encoding feature that lets users take their favorite audio CDs and “rip” them into MP3 files that can be immediately transferred to a USB flash drive, hard drive or portable music player. Pioneer’s new DVD player offers users a way to manage and transport their favorite music and audio discs across a variety of platforms for enjoyment whenever and wherever they want.
The DV-420V maximizes entertainment possibilities with a front panel USB port for playback of DivX Internet video and JPEG photos that can be enjoyed in dynamic HD quality on a connected television as well as compatibility for multiple audio (WMA and AAC) and video (WMV) format files.
High Quality Upconverting Performance
To maintain the quality video performance that consumers have come to expect from Pioneer, the new model incorporates a sophisticated digital analog converter (DAC) that ensures stellar picture quality of standard DVD movies. The player is outfitted with component video and s-video connectivity ports for maximum flexibility across a variety of television technologies and personal computers.
The Pioneer DV-420V will begin shipping in summer 2009 for the suggested price of $90.