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post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
There's a guy in the $20,000 and up toy directory that claims he has the new Pioneer Pro fhd1 true hi-def plasma, if true this is the first I've heard of anyone having one. Check it out.

Jim
post #2 of 10
There is a couple of us in Europe that have received one (it is called the PDP-5000EX in Europe). If you are interested, you may want to search the threads here in this forum or in the European forum called AVFORUMS.COM.

Cheers,

JJ

ps: I posted yesterday a 10-days usage report :D
post #3 of 10
By the way the MSRP is not $20,000 but more like $10,000.. :confused:
post #4 of 10
6th Ave Electronics has the Elite PROFHD1 on the cover of its Sunday flyer in the Star Ledger. MRSP is $9,999. The bezel is black but doesn't look like high-gloss piano black (that's good IMO) and it has a thin band of silver or light gray around the outside edge :eek: .
post #5 of 10
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There's a guy in the $20,000 and up toy directory that claims he has the new Pioneer Pro fhd1 true hi-def plasma
pirgous11,
He didn't say the TV was $20k, just that someone in the $20k forum had one. Of course, at 2:41 in the morning you can be forgiven for not being totally awake. :)
post #6 of 10
Ken Crane's has it in today's flyer for $9999
post #7 of 10
Does it have HDMI 1.3?
post #8 of 10
no, it has HDMI 1.1 spec.
post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
By starting this thread late last night when I was totally bored to death I was hoping for someone to chime in that they had one or have seen one in a store. I hear this is the future of plasma TV's and I would love to hear just how good this expensive plasma looks. Dayton Ohio normally doesn't get the leading edge of technoligy before other places.

Jim
post #10 of 10
I saw the Pioneer FHD1 at Ken Cranes in Fountain Valley, CA on Saturday 7/8. Picture quality was stunning. They were switching from showing Phantom of the Opera (HDDVD) and Ultraviolet (Bluray). POTO looked amazing on it. Colors were exceptionally vibrant with a very 3D look. I have never seen a Plasma look this good. Of course the source material helped a lot.
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