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Although S-video does deliver great images and is more useful for linking via AV amplifiers it’s a pity that this player doesn’t deliver better quality signal output. In today’s DVD climate, who wants an expensive inch LD when a five-inch disc delivers so much more?
Many measurements are identical – the jitter on both decks is an acceptable seven nanoseconds peak-to-peak and the PM phase modulated chroma noise is only 1dB different – The moral of this tale is to avoid HQ totally. The frequency response is also largely the same.
A digital frame store gives these maual on CLV titles too. That said, ‘chipped’ versions are becoming available, but of course they cost more cash. It’s not dead yet, but its last kicks of life won’t save it. Pioneer DVL Approximate street price: Review courtesy of HomeCinemaChoice. The AM amplitude modulated chroma noise is All fine and dandy.
Please see the manuals page. This is useful for playing DVD audio-only discs that use the higher bit rate for audiophile recordings – such as the small catalogue of titles from Chesky Records and Denon. A Quick Turn function shortens the time to change from side A to B.
Pioneer DVL-919 – DVD Player / LD Service Manual
Although slow motion is well supported, there’s not much by way of speeded-up playback. In some instances this remote was also supplied with players originating in HK. Even with Quick Turn engaged you wait around seconds for it to happen. Otherwise, a tad bulky and expensive. This also allows it to play CD-recordable and CD-rewriteable discs faultlessly.
In the opening sequence, the ship approaches the camera and you can see every porthole, every rowlock on the ill-fated lifeboats. Manuzl like Jurassic Murk! Basically, such processing reduces noise at the expense of resolution.
And although good, the resolution is not significantly superior either. In fact, only the DTS logo tells you it’s a different breed.
To my amazement it looked terrific. This player delivers both – but only up to a point. Digging deep into the mechanism revealed why.
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Set in five levels it shows elapsed time, chapter time, dvl-91 information, subtitle details and, most usefully, a bit rate meter that allows critical viewers to look for digital artefacts at places where the bit rate level is at its lowest. More unusually you can set the colour of the background screen with red, green and blue ‘palette’ sliders which are adjustable in 21 steps. The larger tray has indents for inch and eight-inch LDs.
Pioneer dvl-91 to pay more attention to cross-channel colour bleed, especially as the S-video outputs take on prominence, given that this deck lacks RGB outputs. You also have a screen saver that prevents tube burn should the same OSD be displayed for many hours. A further manuap feature for DVDs is dynamic range control of loud effects during late night listening. The latest of this genre is the?
Yet strangely, composite and S-video didn’t show the same difference, compared with the Titanic and Mmanual sequences. The choice is yours. DVDs seem manuaal susceptible. New video circuits improve performance compared with the earlier DVL With the saver ‘on’, after five minutes a fading bar of colour scans the screen. This engages a noise filter for shaving high frequency detail from the picture.
A further feature of the onscreen display is that you can optimise it for widescreen. On screen it became a disappointing wishy-washy image, lacking anything that could be called ‘resolution’. And if you’ve been playing the B side of an LD then want to play a DVD, you can wait even longer before a picture appears on screen. This movie is also good for detail – you pick out every scale on the dragon’s hide. Not so on the In which case the DVL becomes a difficult read pricey!
And with the advent of ‘flippers’ where you MUST change disc side, surely this machine should cope with them? Yes dvl–919 are a few. Why doesn’t it play both sides of a DVD?
Janual Dragonheart clip had me looking around for signs of leathery wings beating over my coffee table. However, this function has the disadvantage of switching off the OSDs onscreen displays.
Unlike the old there’s no simple solder-blob hack. Also, you have phono terminals for stereo audio and composite video – plus a 4-pin miniDIN for S-video.