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post #901 of 1810
I find the way to change in SACD 2ch, multichannel and normal CD. When you put in player hybrid SACD stop it. Then push the CD/SACD button and on display will change to CD AREA, 2CH and MULTICHANNEL.
post #902 of 1810
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Originally Posted by videofreak64 View Post

I find the way to change in SACD 2ch, multichannel and normal CD. When you put in player hybrid SACD stop it. Then push the CD/SACD button and on display will change to CD AREA, 2CH and MULTICHANNEL.

thanks for the info
post #903 of 1810
Pioneer BDP-LX55 Blu-ray player First Take - Home A/V - CNET Asia

http://asia.cnet.com/product/pioneer...r-45736851.htm
post #904 of 1810
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... Optional usb dongle ...

lol
post #905 of 1810
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Originally Posted by realzven View Post

Pioneer BDP-LX55 Blu-ray player First Take - Home A/V - CNET Asia

http://asia.cnet.com/product/pioneer...r-45736851.htm

Absolutely worst review not even accurate
post #906 of 1810
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Originally Posted by purdyd View Post

Absolutely worst review not even accurate

everyone expects a true review
post #907 of 1810
I agree....
post #908 of 1810
I tried standard USB wifi dongle on my BDP-440, all I can see is "not supported" memo on TV display...looks like it´s a tricky thing with Mediatek chip, though specs state that it supports USB wifi...
I´m still waiting for Pioneer to come up with some solution for the dropouts issue so I can reconnect LAN without worrying of when it happens again, in a middle of movie...
post #909 of 1810
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Originally Posted by jleholeho View Post

I tried standard USB wifi dongle on my BDP-440, all I can see is "not supported" memo on TV display...looks like it´s a tricky thing with Mediatek chip, though specs state that it supports USB wifi...
I´m still waiting for Pioneer to come up with some solution for the dropouts issue so I can reconnect LAN without worrying of when it happens again, in a middle of movie...

I think some of us are confused. Let me help. Wireless USB simply means that you don't need a USB cable to use a USB device, such as a mouse or keyboard. The wireless LAN adapters connect via Ethernet. When terms such as USB wireless LAN or similar are used, that means that the wireless bridge connects to the player's Ethernet port, and uses the player's USB port simply to power the wireless bridge. I hope this clarifies things for you guys.
post #910 of 1810
I'm sorry but that's not true. USB wifi dongle means you only have to connect the dongle to the USB port in your device (tv, receiver, etc.) with no need of ethernet connection. Both power AND connection pass through the USB port
post #911 of 1810
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Originally Posted by emidalla View Post

I'm sorry but that's not true. USB wifi dongle means you only have to connect the dongle to the USB port in your device (tv, receiver, etc.) with no need of ethernet connection. Both power AND connection pass through the USB port

Exactly...that`s the whole purpose of it...unfortunately, Pioneer somehow managed to not allow anything but their own and very expensive AS-WL300 USB wireless kit (which is meant to be connected to both LAN/ethernet interface and rear USB port)
though it`s strange as allegedly used Mediatek MT8550 should allow casual USB wifi dongle...
maybe it just needs some special driver or formatting prior to be used with BDP-440...?
post #912 of 1810
This is what I tried to use...
LL
post #913 of 1810
That's why I'm going to buy http://www.netgear.com/home/products.../XAVB5004.aspx
For just a bit more than 100 euros I think it will solve the problem
post #914 of 1810
This is very interesting close-up picture of BDP-440`s display (unflashed) showing some interesting characters...though they are not visible when the display is on...even HDMI 1 2 is there...
(sorry for dusty scene, snapped with 12MP Nokia N8)
LL
post #915 of 1810
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Originally Posted by emidalla View Post

That's why I'm going to buy http://www.netgear.com/home/products.../XAVB5004.aspx
For just a bit more than 100 euros I think it will solve the problem

It`s intended to be connected to LAN interface on the player?
If yes, it doesn`t solve my problem with AVR dropouts...I wanted to avoid LAN connection in the BDP-440 until Pioneer fixes the problem...
though it appears it could work as it`s not directly connecting player with router...the dropouts are occuring when LAN cable from the player is connected with router as well as LAN cable from AVR goes to the same router...
but it`s still pretty expensive...

real problem is that there shouldn`t be any LAN issue on new player whatsoever...it`s Pioneer`s turn now...
post #916 of 1810
I thought Chris Walker already cleared the whole USB thing. He said that the players will not only accept the Pioneer one but also any wireless bridge device.
post #917 of 1810
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Originally Posted by HTMan34 View Post

I thought Chris Walker already cleared the whole USB thing. He said that the players will not only accept the Pioneer one but also any wireless bridge device.

He did, but the Mediatek chip used in new Pio BDPs is according to its specs supposed to support USB Wifi dongle, too...obviously it does not...
post #918 of 1810
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Originally Posted by jleholeho View Post

This is very interesting close-up picture of BDP-440`s display (unflashed) showing some interesting characters...though they are not visible when the display is on...even HDMI 1 2 is there...
(sorry for dusty scene, snapped with 12MP Nokia N8)

I wonder if that is hdmi 1 and/or 2 in reference to the 2 hdmi port on the 53fd?

It's has ext hdd does that light up?

It is a shame the manual has zero info on the front display
post #919 of 1810
A canadian guy post on the french HCFR forum, he received his 53 FD
the link for who understand french, here : http://www.homecinema-fr.com/forum/v...081#p175558081
post #920 of 1810
I'm following that forum, too, and at least two other guys seem to have received it... stay tuned
post #921 of 1810
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Originally Posted by emidalla View Post

I'm following that forum, too, and at least two other guys seem to have received it... stay tuned

Yes another guy received the LX55, we are waiting for review + photos .

FYI, Igor Kirkwood is a famous Sound Engineer who work in the music industry, look at his studio http://www.homecinema-fr.com/forum/v...033&t=29917037

he will test the LX55 for control audio and video quality...
stay tuned
post #922 of 1810
EXCLUSIVE HCFR

From Igor Kirkwood :
(traduced by google )

Quote:
Beautiful aesthetic
And especially the large door (1 / 3 of of the facade surface ) ... is painted glossy black, not brushed aluminum, which allows a good compatibility with the aesthetic amps painted glossy black (like my LX-71).

Silent operation-perfect ...... absolutely nothing audible at 1 m from the LX-55.

-The figure I expected: loading and initiation of a CD: 12 seconds (about 30 seconds on my Pioneer LX-70A)
post #923 of 1810
There`s an updated version of manual available on Pio.eu website
http://www.pioneer.eu/eur/products/4...X55/media.html

all 3 players together in 1 manual...
post #924 of 1810
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Originally Posted by jleholeho View Post

There`s an updated version of manual available on Pio.eu website
http://www.pioneer.eu/eur/products/4...X55/media.html

all 3 players together in 1 manual...

Read it yesterday, quite a mess
post #925 of 1810
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Originally Posted by emidalla View Post

Read it yesterday, quite a mess

true...
have just checked it and they haven`t updated anything....
post #926 of 1810
ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE HCFR

Always From Igor Kirkwood :
(traduced by google )

Quote:
-About 3 seconds for a passage to another track CD (same CD).

In BR-5.1 I had only the indication of the Pioneer LX-71 amp to "PCM" with five icons and not DTS Master Audio..... I will explore with other BR.

Icons-operation on my screen (plasma 60 "Pioneer) on CD are elegant and discreet.

when playing CDs without a screen, there is never a reminder of the current track.

Face-LX-55 ultra simplified: * walking * stop (acting as a break too) * start sector * open / close the drawer.

No-light special (LAN - HDMI out) as the LX-70A

I have kept a must for the end ..... superb SACD listening Rite of Spring that I did not know that CD ..... resulting in incomparable immersion

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-In fact, the amp is no indication DTS True ... but always PCM. As against the screen mention DTS True ...
post #927 of 1810
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... when playing CDs without a screen, there is never a reminder of the current track ...

So Pioneer has not fixed this defect.
post #928 of 1810
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Originally Posted by drSeehas View Post

So Pioneer has not fixed this defect.

I never thought they would...BDP-LX55s are fresh out of the box now, the issues were anticipated
that`s why I emphasized these potential updates to Chris Walker before his trip to Japan (he hasn`t posted anything yet):
- chapter/track visibility on player`s display
- ability to see the actual resolution change on player`s display or TV when pressing HDMI button on remote
- ability to adjust video options while on playback, not in STOP mode (absolutely inconvenient, then)
- something`s definitely wrong with BDP-440s remote sensor, a need of massive improvement in responsiveness
- LAN/AVR dropouts issue
- maybe something more...
post #929 of 1810
ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE HCFR

Always From Igor Kirkwood :
(always traduced by google )

Quote:
- Not the Tip of the open / close the Pioneer LX70A

- the LX55 is cold (the LX-70A is warm )....... powered on at the same time

- Surprise-in "pure direct" the subwoofer works in SACD. It does not work in stereo CD
post #930 of 1810
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Originally Posted by jleholeho View Post

I never thought they would...BDP-LX55s are fresh out of the box now, the issues were anticipated ...

In german forums the delay of the BDP-LX55 was (hopefully?) explained by fixing the bugs in the BDP-140/BDP-440...
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