Pioneer DVD-V8000: Professional DVD Player
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the DVD-V8000 owners manual.
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Pioneer's next-generation, full-featured DVD-video player designed for professional applications. The DVD-V8000 builds upon its predecessor's advanced capabilities to provide users with a robust feature set that delivers improved durability and exceptional picture quality. The player's new form factor allows for easier rack mounting; a new front panel LCD display and navigation keys on the front panel allow for enhanced ease of use; and USB interfaces allow connectivity for a computer mouse, USB Flash Memory or handwriting device.
Ideally suited for professional applications that require constant operation in high traffic environments, the DVD-V8000 is Pioneer's most rugged professional DVD-Video player with a Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) rating of 50,000 hours. All drive components are enclosed in a sealed, dustproof case with a brushless spindle motor for the disc drive and a stepping motor is employed to protect the optical drive.
For advanced control, the DVD-V8000 offers 9-pin and 15-pin serial interfaces that employ the full range of RS-232C commands. The 15-pin connector also supports the ability to build custom button input devices to control the player. Two front panel USB interfaces and one in the rear allow users to connect a computer mouse or special handwriting device. Connection of a memory device to the USB ports allows users to load and save their preferred player settings, as well as any command stack data.
Superior Image Quality
The DVD-V8000 features a new DVI-D digital video terminal (HDCP 1.0 compliant) and the user can choose to upscale the picture resolution to as much as 1920x1080i when connected to an HD display for delivery of the highest quality digital images from standard definition DVD-video. To ensure high-quality video reproduction, 12-bit/216MHz video DAC, digital filters and digital noise reduction technologies are included, as well as Composite, S-Video, and Component analog video output teminals.