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As a new owner of course you check everything,thus this being such a solid quiet player when your dicsc drawer closes do your players make a sound when making contact with the main unit? Thanks


It’s the quietest drawer I’ve had on any player and I’ve had A LOT of players over the years.

It’s dead silent when it opens to the point that when I got this player I wasn’t even sure it opened the first time I opened it with the lights out but I do hear mine close although it’s certainly not loud. The unit itself is very quiet and doesn’t even get remotely warm.


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Thanks for the reply t-smith. Yes I agree when I first tried it I closed it thinking it didn’t open. The only noise I hear is when the drawer finishes it’s closings cycle just wanted to know if it’s normal thanks.

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If I remember correctly, that option is best utilized if you have a Pioneer Elite AVR or Pre.

"Zero Signal Terminal
The Zero Signal Terminal is a Pioneer-original feature dedicated to tuning audio and video quality without signal transmission. By connecting the Zero Signal Terminal with the audio/video input terminal of an AV receiver etc., the reference level (GND) of the audio/video signals is aligned between the two devices, and the potential difference is suppressed, allowing a precise and high-quality signal transmission."

The image used on the website of an Elite AVR, but who knows, could be used with another brand AVR?
I just received my Monolith 3ft RCA Cable. I plugged one end of the RCA cable to the Zero Signal Terminal (LX500) and the other to my Yamaha (AVR) AV 2 white audio analog port. I'm using the AV 2 HDMI port on my Yamaha AVR to the HDMI OUT MAIN on the LX500
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Watched my first full movie today fallout in dv. This is not a new disc so I cleaned it before watching at about 1 hour and 38 minutes into it I had about a one or two second freeze up then went on played through fine. I went back and replayed that section after movie went to titles and played through fine. I’ve read on this thread and others this has happened to others occasionally. I did not find it terribly annoying but causes a little concern. Other wise the player is great also ran part of it after on my panny 9000 and in my opinion could not se any difference both looked great. Just have never had a freeze at all on the 9000 yet ,nor on the panny 820 I had. Total freeze ups on my former Sony 800,,700, and es1000. Just hoping this does not become a big issue with the 500. Once in a while I don’t mind but frequently then it’s an issue.

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I have a quick question on Dolby Vision discs. I’m interested in what other users are seeing for deep color on the HDMI Output information screen (I.e the 2nd page when you do a long press on display). My bit depth is showing 8 bit for deep color. I would have expected higher say 10 or 12. When I try an HDR disc deep color is showing as 12 bit. I’m pretty sure i’ve configured all correctly and Dolby Vision logo is showing on my LG.
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Mine shows the same 8 bit.

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Mine shows the same 8 bit.
William - thanks - I got a nice explanation of this on the UK Forum where I posted as well. In summary it seems how DV works - George

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William - thanks - I got a nice explanation of this on the UK Forum where I posted as well. In summary it seems how DV works - George
Glad tothat you found a more detailed answer.

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Watched my first full movie today fallout in dv. This is not a new disc so I cleaned it before watching at about 1 hour and 38 minutes into it I had about a one or two second freeze up then went on played through fine. I went back and replayed that section after movie went to titles and played through fine. I’ve read on this thread and others this has happened to others occasionally. I did not find it terribly annoying but causes a little concern. Other wise the player is great also ran part of it after on my panny 9000 and in my opinion could not se any difference both looked great. Just have never had a freeze at all on the 9000 yet ,nor on the panny 820 I had. Total freeze ups on my former Sony 800,,700, and es1000. Just hoping this does not become a big issue with the 500. Once in a while I don’t mind but frequently then it’s an issue.
Maybe the LX500 has such a precis needle that if any flaws are present in the disc(s), it will cause an issue? When I got mine last week, I played Pink Floyd's greatest hits and when I got to disc #2 (song 8), the audio went silent during a 6 second patch.....then came back with no issues.

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Glad tothat you found a more detailed answer.
Yes - here is the link:

https://www.avforums.com/threads/pio...2193659/page-7

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Maybe the LX500 has such a precis needle that if any flaws are present in the disc(s), it will cause an issue? When I got mine last week, I played Pink Floyd's greatest hits and when I got to disc #2 (song 8), the audio went silent during a 6 second patch.....then came back with no issues.
Thats been my thoughts also that the laser must be extremely sensitive, but that is something pioneer should have to deal with. Although I am not as sensitive to an occasional quick freeze or two.
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Please pardon me by asking, Can you lx500 unit play mkv files or ISO files connecting to NAS?
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Please pardon me by asking, Can you lx500 unit play mkv files or ISO files connecting to NAS?

Yes it will play MKV files but not ISO files. FYI, sadly it will also not play burned SACD discs. Overall I am very happy with my LX500.
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Yes it will play MKV files but not ISO files. FYI, sadly it will also not play burned SACD discs. Overall I am very happy with my LX500.
Thank you very much for your reply. It can play h.265 format with all latest sound formats like Atmos right? Is it easy to navigate?
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Thank you very much for your reply. It can play h.265 format with all latest sound formats like Atmos right? Is it easy to navigate?

Yes, it is easy to navigate and has played just about everything MKV wise that I have tried. Atmos lights up on my receiver if it's included in the file. Had a couple of movies where it said format not recognized on the audio side. I think it was the files b/c I have seen this same message on my Oppo which plays pretty much anything you give it.
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Yes, it is easy to navigate and has played just about everything MKV wise that I have tried. Atmos lights up on my receiver if it's included in the file. Had a couple of movies where it said format not recognized on the audio side. I think it was the files b/c I have seen this same message on my Oppo which plays pretty much anything you give it.
Seems like this is better in terms of media playing compared to Panasonic 9000
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Seems like this is better in terms of media playing compared to Panasonic 9000

I'm a big Panasonic fan but I own so so many SACD and DVD-A discs so it not having universal playback was what ultimately led me to the Pioneer plus I also use an SC-99 to drive everything and I was really excited at seeing what the PQLS feature would do when combined with the LX-500. Happy to report that it most definitely does make a difference and improves the sound quality. It's not what I would call a revelation but I've described it as taking one more step into the studio session. More ambience and super detailed mid-range sound. Everything just sounds more "live". Again I'm very pleased with my LX-500. It was definitely worth the money for me.
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I'm a big Panasonic fan but I own so so many SACD and DVD-A discs so it not having universal playback was what ultimately led me to the Pioneer plus I also use an SC-99 to drive everything and I was really excited at seeing what the PQLS feature would do when combined with the LX-500. Happy to report that it most definitely does make a difference and improves the sound quality. It's not what I would call a revelation but I've described it as taking one more step into the studio session. More ambience and super detailed mid-range sound. Everything just sounds more "live". Again I'm very pleased with my LX-500. It was definitely worth the money for me.
Thank you so much in taking time to help me as well as the community in making great decision! More importantly is I have the answer I want, which is to be able to play mkv out of my connected NAS with atmos. I am using Nvidia shield now with Plex and I've got a few UHD disc which are of no use for me currently.

Will it install Plex as well? Lol
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LX800 experience

I have LX800 for three weeks now. It´s been bought as the third player to my shelf. First is Primare BD32, second is CXU Cambridge. I play the same files since Pioneer arrived to compare my players.
Pioneer is universal disc player, nothing more. Playing files from USB/HDD is as bad as useless. Lots of my files unplayable (mostly picture in AVI). MKV files has trouble with subs. Player simply doesn´t see them or sees just some of them. Never happens with CXU or BD32. CXU Cambridge can play almost everything that Pioneer does not. Thats why I didńt sell CXU out. Very very big dissapoinment not worth 2000 EUR thrown out of window (in this matter).
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- multichannel bitstream sent to AVP Primare SP33 via HDMI (SACD, BD, DVD audio) very good sound, better than CXU, worse then BD32, lacking space, high detail- but some may like it, matter of taste
- stereo XLR analog output nothing extraordinary but above average
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- playing CDś little dissapointment, SACD on the contrary nice surprise
- compare to BD32 loosing in sound, winning in picture(1080p)
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Thanks Jean. Like you, I was looking for a universal player like my Oppo 103, not just a universal disc player, which I was afraid this unit might be. I was baffled when I saw in the specs for the 500 that the maximum picture file specifications were 4000 X 3000 pixels for jpeg. I take this to mean if the picture has higher resolution than this that it won't be displayed? Is this correct? My 5-year old Oppo has no problem displaying jpegs that are 10,000 X 7000 pixels.
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Today I had my grandson over and we opened a new copy of ready player one Dolby vision and atmos. Around the 1hour twenty minute spot the audio dropped out not coming back I rewound back to where it started and it played through fine but this seems to becoming a more regular occurrence than normal brings back memories of Sony players I’ve had. I did clean the disc before playing. I do not think it’s a disc issue but a pioneer issue. I hope this can be addressed in firmware. I still have a couple week window of return. No other issue in my system including my panny ub9000. Reading through the thread this seems to not be a totally isolated issue.

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Today I had my grandson over and we opened a new copy of ready player one Dolby vision and atmos. Around the 1hour twenty minute spot the audio dropped out not coming back I rewound back to where it started and it played through fine but this seems to becoming a more regular occurrence than normal brings back memories of Sony players I’ve had. I did clean the disc before playing. I do not think it’s a disc issue but a pioneer issue. I hope this can be addressed in firmware. I still have a couple week window of return. No other issue in my system including my panny ub9000. Reading through the thread this seems to not be a totally isolated issue.
I also own both the LX-500 and the UB09000; I have had a half dozen different discs freeze and/or skip on the Pioneer, and every one of them has played through perfectly on the Panasonic.
I do clean the discs before the first playing, though; often they seem to have a film of some kind on them. On those same discs, there is often a filmy layer in the box where the disc sits.
After cleaning, most of the discs that froze in the LX-500 still did; a couple of them played through the area in question without issue.
But, the Panny has played everything I own without a glitch.

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Played 4K Alita last night and it looked gorgeous and did not freeze. I have had several brand new discs freeze but this one did not. The Atmos track on this one is absolutely amazing!


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This is such a shame that this high end player seems to have this issue.has anyone contacted pioneer about this yet I have read in several forums that this has been the only operational issue of any consequence with the 500. I still have a 2 week return window which I hate to take advantage of but might.

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Thinking about purchasing this unit! I personally think this is the best looking player out right now. I know the staple of this unit is primarily physical media playback, my question is does this unit offer any streaming app support at all? Just curious if there is anything on the unit. Ive looked up reviews/setup vids but no clear answers.

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Pioneer UDP-LX 500 / 800 Owners Thread (No Price Talk)

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Thinking about purchasing this unit! I personally think this is the best looking player out right now. I know the staple of this unit is primarily physical media playback, my question is does this unit offer any streaming app support at all? Just curious if there is anything on the unit. Ive looked up reviews/setup vids but no clear answers.



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I think you got your answer but to confirm there are no streaming apps in this player. There is also no WiFi only Ethernet but there are easy solutions around this.


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