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Therefore does it mean Pioneer LX 52 is the right choice in this price range ? I am not worried of connectivity to BD live, usb or other features. Video detailing and crisp 7.1 audio is the main criteria. Performance matters !
I have purchased the Pioneer LX 52 , manufactured in Jan, 2010. It is a very good player considering both Video and audio. Pictures are clean , sharp and details highlighted even in dark scenes. Audio is dynamic & full in all formats, Dolby True HD, DTS Master audio etc. Even the start up and loading times are ok. Does not take long as mentioned in various reviews.