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81. PIONEER DJM300S Profesional DJ
$149.94
82. Pioneer Tsc160R Rev Series Speaker
$8.99
83. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS Lememo Photo
$6,300.00 list($6,999.95)
84. PIONEER PDP5050HD 50 Inch PureVision
85. Pioneer Tsg4647 4 X 6 2-Way Speakers
$2.98
86. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS E-4100 PHOTO
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87. Pioneer DV-333 DVD Player
$41.99
88. Pioneer Ts-A6960R 6 X 9 3-Way
$69.04
89. Pioneer Tsmr163 Nautica Series
$100.94
90. Pioneer Tsc1653 6 1/2 Inch Component
$68.94
91. Pioneer Tsx150 Surface Mount 3-Way
$221.53
92. Pioneer Dehp77Dh Single Play Compact
$3.99
93. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS Photo/Video
$87.77
94. Pioneer Keh-P2030 Cassette Headunit
$34.07
95. Pioneer Admr62 Nautica Waterproof
$539.90
96. Pioneer DEHP9400MP Single CD Player
$40.00
97. Pioneer Tsg1647 6 1/2 Inch 2-Way
$132.99
98. Pioneer Deh-P3500 Single Play
$5.50
99. Pioneer 4x7 APS 247 Album Refill
$299.99
100. PIONEER PDA-5002 Video Card for

81. PIONEER DJM300S Profesional DJ Mixer

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Asin: B00006JQPW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 43509
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Features

  • Auto Beat per Minute counter
  • 26dB 3-Band Equalizer per channel
  • Start, play, fade
  • Fader back cueing
  • Headphone monitor function

82. Pioneer Tsc160R Rev Series Speaker Package - 6 1/2 Inch (PIONEER TSC160R)

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Asin: B00009QOWK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 43548
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83. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS Lememo Photo Album [300 Photos]

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Asin: B0000706X1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pioneer Photo Albums
Sales Rank: 1686
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84. PIONEER PDP5050HD 50 Inch PureVision Plasma Television
list price: $6,999.95
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Asin: B0007XZ00K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 120695
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Product Description

It doesn't matter what you want to do: play games, watch sports, enjoy your favorite movies - the Pioneer PDP-5050HD 50" widescreen HD PureVision plasma is at the forefront of display technology and can handle all of your diverse needs! ... Read more

Features

  • Includes - Plasma Panel, Media Receiver, Speakers, Swivel Stand, Smart Remote And 3 Meter Digital Connection 2 Way Speakers

85. Pioneer Tsg4647 4 X 6 2-Way Speakers

Asin: B00009QOWF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
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86. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS E-4100 PHOTO ALBUM WITH TAPESTRY FABRIC COVER

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Asin: B0000ADY4Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pioneer Photo Albums
Sales Rank: 2976
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Features

  • Sewn tapestry fabric cover with leatherette trim
  • Clear 1-up plastic pockets with white mesh background
  • Holds up to 100 4 x 6 Photos
  • Made of archival materials to retain quality of your photos over many years
  • Lifetime Warranty -If anything should go wrong with any Pioneer photo album or its pages, Pioneer will repair or replace at no cost

87. Pioneer DV-333 DVD Player
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004WHFM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 15674
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Digital Versatile Disc performance has been a delight to our eyes and ears since the first generation of DVD players. Yet electronics manufacturers continue to refine their art in ever tidier and more thoughtful packages, as nicely reflected in Pioneer's affordable DV-333, which offers something for just about everyone.

First-time users of DVD will feel instantly welcomed by the DV-333's excellent video performance, clean design, and simplicity of operation--with a set-up menu that'll have you up and running in a flash.

Veterans of the DVD scene will appreciate the finesse Pioneer brings to this player. Despite its modest price, the DV-333 delivers a stunning, rock-steady picture (thanks in part to the patented Viterbi error-correction circuit) and more convenient features than found in earlier generation players selling for three times as much.

Parents with young children will appreciate the conditional memory feature. It lets you store settings, including parental lockout, for up to 15 DVDs, guaranteeing kids won't be getting into the scary stuff when you're not around.

Technophiles will enjoy having a digital bit-stream display on board. Accessed through the display button, this feature lets you see how the DVD's signal-encoding system flexes from second to second to most efficiently manage compression demands.

Almost every videophile need has been considered here. Pioneer's DV-333 offers the best connections if your TV has interlaced component inputs (showing up today in primo monitors). It also accommodates S-video and has the standard, reliable composite video input. The player starts up quickly and has a superfast (three-second) resume-play mode. The latter mode comes in handy, for example, if you pause a disc or shut down the unit with a disc in play. As power is restored, the DV-333 gets the disc cranking again almost immediately.

Naturally, this player handles Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound audio formats, and includes both coaxial and optical digital outputs for funneling the signals to your surround sound receiver. This is helpful, as many Dolby Digital/DTS receivers offer only one digital input of each variety, and other digital products that you might want to plug in--say a satellite TV receiver or minidisc player--have only an optical out. A light-transmitting fiber-optic cable offers better immunity to signal interference, but a coaxial cable with RCA jacks is less expensive and less prone to getting disconnected.

We auditioned the player's sound performance by tapping into both a digital out (coaxial) and to the conventional pair of analog audio jacks, which is how you'd be linking this receiver to a stereo or Dolby Pro Logic surround receiver. The 5.1-channel digital signal had a bit more edgy detail (when resolved in our receiver's own digital-to-analog converter). This was most evident as fighter pilots thundered through the skies (in Top Gun) or while listening to a live performance of our favorite country-classical string trio (Yo-Yo Ma, Mark O'Connor, and Edgar Meyer).

However, the Pro Logic decoding, which uses Pioneer's onboard digital-to-analog processing, had its own persuasive charms. The analog mix seemed a tad warmer and sweeter, with more robust and defined bass. Which is better? Since both digital and analog outputs are simultaneously active on the DV-333, you can connect both audio feeds to separate inputs on your receiver and choose whichever suits your fancy for a given DVD or audio CD.

Into making CD-R recordings? Homebrewed discs play back fine on this model--a different story than with most DVD spinners that have come before it.

We did discover a couple of cost-cutting measures, though nothing major. The remote doesn't have a backlight, it can't control other video products, and its buttons are relatively small. Still, the most important ones are easy to hone in on by touch and are logically positioned.

Trick play features are relatively sparse. There's only one very fast scan mode in forward and reverse directions, whereas other players we've tried have several speeds to choose from. Film devotees can study a scene carefully, however, with the four, ultraclean, slow-motion playback speeds in the forward direction, and the one in reverse.

Overall, the Pioneer DV-333 is a well-built player at a great price. It's a little short on convenient features, and the digital audio is slightly brittle, but Pioneer's video performance is first rate.

Pros:

  • Stunning video quality
  • Lots of connection choices
  • Fast disc startup

Cons:

  • Remote control doesn't glow
  • Limited trick play options
  • Digital audio exhibited slight edginess
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Features

  • Dolby Digital and DTS output
  • Coaxial and optical digital-audio outputs
  • Component and S-video outputs
  • Advanced graphical user interface with basic and expert modes
  • Twin-wave laser pickup and Viterbi error correction

Reviews (45)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality for the price
I have been extremely pleased with my choice of the Pioneer DV-333. Everything has performed as advertised, with flawless playing of DVDs, CDs, and CDRs. Setup was a breeze, taking no more than ten minutes. The sound quality is wonderful, and unlike as was mentioned in the editorial review, no harshness was apparent when using the digital sound outputs. The remote is not perfect, with the buttons being very small and no lighting, but all major functions of the DVD player can be handled by most univeral remotes. There is no built-in Dolby decoder in the 333, so to get true surround sound you will need a receiver with a decoder. An excellent value!

5-0 out of 5 stars DVD players - there IS a difference in picture quality...
I have the Pioneer DV-333 connected to my modest Sony 27" TV via s-video cable. I bought it to replace the Pioneer DV-505 which recently died after 3 years. The picture is very clear and clean without digital noise/artifacts on my TV. In fact, I tried two other players before this, the Toshiba 2700 (briefly) and the Sony Vega DVS-570D. The picture on the Toshiba was the worst of the 3 -- not bad mind you (better than the average VHS), but it wasn't able to resolve fine details without "noise". Also the picture seemed to have more jitter than the others. The Toshiba does have a zoom feature, but I don't find it very useful for me. I'd rather have a larger TV! The Sony produced a smooth rock solid picture, but the colors were way too strong. I had to adjust the color/tint controls on my TV and on the player itself (to it's credit - the player does have these controls) and still couldn't get it quite right. Also it seemed to add noise to softly focused objects and scenes with dimly lit details - noticeable to me! Maybe the Sony player would work better with a Vega TV. The Pioneer worked great right out of the box. Feature wise, it doesn't have picture zoom or the HDCD decoding like the Toshiba. It doesn't have all the nice GUI menus or the Dolby Digital Decoder (which I don't want anyway) or the large amount of disc memory capabilty of the Sony. But I thought it had the best picture of the 3 players - and with a good DVD the movies looked most like the original film. Compare for yourself! I just hope it lasts a bit longer then my last unit.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great DVD player for an old model
Althought this DVD player doesn't have the progressive scan feature, the picture looks better than one that does. When compare to a new Panasonic, the image quality of Panasonic looks artificial and "digital". The Pioneer's picture is a lot warmer and realistic.

This player is a bit picky about screatches on the media.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a must have
i have had this player for over 2 years

it plays EVERYTHING i have thrown at it

mostly used for CDR and DVD+R

a great piece of equipment, 10/10!

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk - do not buy!
This DVD player worked well for about 9 months, but then started having some very strange problems. The worst part is that the problems are inconsistent and completely unpredictable. It got to the point where we wouldn't rent a DVD because there was no telling if it would play.

The most common problem is the DVD player telling me that "This player is incompatible with the region marking on this disk." Which is, of course, not true at all. All of the disks are from the local video store (region 1). I own a few DVDs, and sometimes they work, sometimes they don't - which is very frustrating.

Often times it will simply not play certain tracks. Again, no apparent reason - just won't play. It's pretty annoying to be watching a movie, and the player decides not to play chapter 3.

The lastest thing that it did was the wierdest. When it got to chapter 4, it replayed chapter 3 - but displayed chapter 4 on the display. This led me to believe that the DVD was messed up, so I took it to the store and of course, it worked fine.

When I finally called support they were very hard to reach and antagonistic. Since it had been over 12 months, they could do nothing for me. Great. Thanks alot.

And of course it's not worth it to get it fixed - so now I'm shopping for a new DVD player. I definitely won't get a Pioneer - and I would suggest that you don't either. ... Read more


88. Pioneer Ts-A6960R 6 X 9 3-Way Speakers

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Asin: B00009QOXA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 11677
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89. Pioneer Tsmr163 Nautica Series 6 1/2 Inch Marine-Use Dual Cone Speakers (PIONEER TSMR163)

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Asin: B00009QOQ3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 54150
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90. Pioneer Tsc1653 6 1/2 Inch Component Speaker Package (PIONEER TSC1653)

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Asin: B00009QOUV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 28232
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91. Pioneer Tsx150 Surface Mount 3-Way Speakers (PIONEER TSX150)

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Asin: B00009QORF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
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92. Pioneer Dehp77Dh Single Play Compact Disc For Gm Or Chrysler Vehicles (PIONEER DEHP77DH)

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Asin: B00009QOV8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 26949
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93. PIONEER PHOTO ALBUMS Photo/Video Storage Box

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Asin: B00007E846
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pioneer Photo Albums
Sales Rank: 1846
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94. Pioneer Keh-P2030 Cassette Headunit (PIONEER KEHP2030)

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Asin: B00009QOX5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 59922
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95. Pioneer Admr62 Nautica Waterproof Marine Stereo Cover

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Asin: B00009QOYI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 60002
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96. Pioneer DEHP9400MP Single CD Player

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Asin: B000067IND
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 29883
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97. Pioneer Tsg1647 6 1/2 Inch 2-Way Speakers

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Asin: B00009QOWE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
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98. Pioneer Deh-P3500 Single Play Compact Disc (PIONEER DEHP3500)

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Asin: B00009QOXM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 15770
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99. Pioneer 4x7 APS 247 Album Refill

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Asin: B00005QT41
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Pioneer Photo Albums
Sales Rank: 10803
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Features

  • Patented Pockets hold Horizontal or Vertical 4" x 7" Prints Plus 4" x 12" Panoramics.
  • Clear Pockets have a Shaded Background.

100. PIONEER PDA-5002 Video Card for Pioneer PDP-503CMX Plasma TV

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Asin: B00006I5NF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
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Features

  • DVI is a digital RGB signal transmitting format
  • The DVI terminal on the PDA-5002 does not support HDCP copy protection

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