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Pioneer Elite Kuro Projector

Pioneer Elite Kuro Projector

Pioneer is bringing its award-winning Kuro black levels and pristine 1080p picture to the high-end home cinema market with the new Elite Kuro Projector ($9,000). Based on the JVC DLA-RS2 projector ($8,000), the Kuro projector features LCoS 1080p technology which "produces one of the highest native contrast ratio and superlative picture performance with attributes that include deep blacks, rich colors and the unmistakable look of film." It also features a wide lens shift capacity, dual HDMI 1.3 support, and advanced calibration.

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    Move over, PS3. Our current favorite Blu-Ray player is about to get knocked off its perch by the new Sony BDP-550 Blu-Ray Player ($500; Fall 2008). The slim, blue-faced player offers support for Blu-Ray 2.0 spec, Bonus View PiP, and BD-Live, and features a 1GB storage device, 1080/60p and 24p True Cinema output, 7.1 channel Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, dts-HD High Resolution Audio, and dts-HD Master Audio decoding and bit-stream output, as well as 7.1 channel analog audio output.

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