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post #1 of 4 Old 05-25-2013, 01:17 PM - Thread Starter
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I am selling my highly regarded Pioneer Elite 09-FD blu ray player. Still under warranty until November 18th.
I am the original owner never any issues at all with this player absolutely in perfect condition.
Cosmetically no ding or dents perfect shape. Operational perfect no issues at all.
I have all of the accessories, remote, original box, manual.
I decided to get the Oppo-105 and retire the Pioneer.
If you have any questions please call me @ 845-551-3104.

Original Retail $2200

Performance Features

HDMI® 1.3a Output
Dolby®TrueHD and DTS-HD®Bit-stream Out
48-Bit Deep Color Support
X.V.-Color
AVC-HD
1080p True 24FPS Video Output (BD/DVD)
Original Pioneer Developed 16-Bit Video Processing LSI
15 Different Video Adjustments
3 Different Noise Reduction Circuits
Internal Audio Decoders
Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus
DTS-HD Master Audio via Firmware Update
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio via Firmware Update
7.1 Channel Analog Audio Outputs
BD-Live™ Ready* with 4GB of Internal Memory
Coaxial Frequency Response Improvement
PQLS Jitter Free Audio Transmission
*Some initial production BDP-09FD players may require a firmware update.

Convenience Features

Advanced Bit Rate Meters
Advanced Playback and Search Modes
Dual HDMI® Outputs
Locking Component Video Connectors
RS-232C Control for Custom Installation
Audio Features

Dedicated Analog Audio Power Supply
A dedicated power supply for the analog audio board ensures top quality sound by eliminating unwanted interference caused by a shared power supply.
Custom made capacitors were used to deliver superior performance not possible with off the shelf components.
Toroidal Transformer providing limited stray magnetic fields and high electrical efficiencies. This results in superior audio reproduction due to lower amounts of electrical noise.
8 Wolfson Audio DACS running in Dual mode providing superior signal-to-noise ratio (120db) and uncompromised transparency with the source.
Audiophile Construction

Body Construction
Aluminum›Panel (Front/Top/Side)
Steel Cross Bar Supports
Double Layer Top Panel
Solid Steel Bottom Plate
Low Center Load Drive
TAOC Insulator Feet
Three Chamber Construction

Internal Construction
Separate Analog Audio BoardSeparate Analog Power Supply
Separate Digital Power Supply
Toroidal Transformer
Separate Video Board
Pioneer Developed Parts
Terminals

HDMI 1.3a Output (x2 Main and Sub)
Component Video Output*
Composite Video Output*
S-Video Output*
7.1-Channel Audio Output*
2-Channel Audio Output
Coaxial Digital Output
Optical Digital Output
Control In
RS-232C Control
*Gold Plated

Specifications

Power Requirements: 120V/60Hz
Product Weight: 30.42 lbs.
Product Dimensions

W x H x D: 16.54” x 5.63” x 14.17”
UPC

012562902364
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How does this unit compare to today's players? I see a lot of people now going for oppo's. I have a 3800 bdci and I don't know if its comparable to the bdp-09 or not. What's a fair offer?
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This is strictly my opinion. I have owned several Blu Ray Players in the last few years including the your Denon 3800 BDCI. The Pioneer BDP-09FD is one of the most well constructed Blu Ray players that I have ever owned. Its performance is arguably the best 2D picture and best sounding player period. However to get the best sound you MUST take advantage of the 7.1 analog output.

I have compared the Pioneer to Denon, Sony ES, Oppo-95, PS3 which are all excellent players. However, the Pioneer has always edged them out. The release of the latest Oppo-105 has finally changed my opinion. The picture of the Oppo -105 is marginally better then the Pioneer 09. Both 7.1 analog outputs on these players are outstanding.

I chose the Oppo 105 only because I felt it has finally surpassed the performance of the Pioneer.

The Pioneer's shortcomings is the lack of features, for example 3D that is now avaliable on most blu ray players and the loading time is slower then most newer players.

If you are looking for a player that delivers one of the best pictures and sound quality and is also built like a tank then the Pioneer is hard to beat.

I still have the Pioneer in my main system and honestly I do not have a problem keeping it there. However it does not make sense to keep both.

If you are interested I can sell it to you for $600 which includes shipping and Paypal fees.
I have all the accessories and the original box and it is absolutely in perfect condition.

Thank You
Nelson
You can call me@ 845-551-3104
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I'll try to call you tomorrow. Btw I have a pioneer kuro pro 111fd, anthem statement d2, statement a5 and full paradigm studio series speakers
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