Pioneer BDP-LX53 review

What this costly Blu-ray deck lacks in features, it makes up for in picture and sound

By  from TechRadar Issue 187
Product Type
Blu-ray Disc Player
Scan Format
1080p
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
WEEE
Ethernet
Yes
USB
Yes
HDMI
Yes
Media Formats
BD-RE, DVD-RW, CD-RW
Digital Audio Optical Out
Yes
Sound System
Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
Number of Discs
1
Brand Name
Pioneer
Audio Formats
CD-DA, MP3
Video Formats
BD Video, DVD Video, AVCHD
Scanning Modes
Progressive Scan
Green Compliant
Yes
Dual-Layer Media Supported
Yes
Ethernet Technology
Fast Ethernet
Operating Power Consumption
23 W
Standby Power Consumption
600 mW
Composite Video
Yes
Component Video
Yes
Digital to Analog Video Converter
12-bit - 148.50 MHz
Digital to Analog Audio Converter
24-bit - 192 kHz
Video Signal Format
NTSC, PAL
Country of Origin
China
Height
72.5 mm
Width
420 mm
Depth
228 mm
Product Series
LX
Image Formats
JPEG
Features
1080p Upscaling, BD Live
Manufacturer
Pioneer Corporation
Product Model
BDP-LX53
Product Name
BDP-LX53 Blu-ray Disc Player
Input Voltage
220 V AC
Manufacturer Part Number
BDPLX53
Manufacturer Website Address
http://www.pioneer.co.uk
Marketing Information

Blu-ray picture quality deserves audio to match.
With high-end audio parts and full Blu-ray HD audio format decoding, the BDP-LX53 is an ideal Blu-ray player for anyone who values sound as much as image. Furthermore, it takes many other popular media formats and offers advanced network features.

Get razor-sharp picture quality from your Blu-ray discs thanks to Deep Colour and x.v.Colour support. When you play standard definition video such as DVD, the image will be upscaled to 1080p (HD).

Package Contents
  • BDP-LX53 Blu-ray Disc Player
  • Remote Control
Remote Control
Yes
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Weight (Approximate)
3.30 kg
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