Pioneer Showcases New DVD Players at National Association of Broadcasters 2004
DVD-V5000 offers industrial strength features at great price point
A new, full-featured but low-cost industrial DVD player designed for professional applications was introduced today at the National Association of Broadcasters Conference by Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc., a leader in video and optical disc technology.
The DVD-V5000, to be priced between $350-$400 (MSRP), is equipped with an RS-232C terminal that enables connection to a touch screen or custom control device for many professional applications. It offers numerous other features that make it ideal in meeting the demands of DVD professionals, including:
- Frame Accurate Search
- DVD Barcode Control
- Power On Start
- NV-RAM to Store and Execute Internal Command Stacks
- Progressive Scan
Component, Composite and S-Video connectors
The DVD-V5000 is equipped with a Brushless Motor designed for use in busy environments, making it ideally suited to meet the rigorous demands of point of information applications as well as training and corporate use. The DVD-V5000 supports play back of both NTSC and PAL DVD-Video discs.
“Pioneer set the standard for industrial DVD players with our DVD-V7400 model, designed for reliable operation in rigorous environments. Now we are bringing the same level of reliability to an entry level DVD player for the industrial market,” said Linda Toleno, vice president of sales and marketing for industrial video and mass storage at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “The DVD-V5000 gives professionals a great companion product to the current model, while providing the level of durability, flexibility and features for which Pioneer is known.”
Pioneer's Industrial Video Group is the leader and technical innovator in professional DVD-Video products for a variety of industrial markets. It is a part of the Business Solutions Division, which provides professional business-to-business products across a wide range of markets including cable television, professional video/audio, education, medical, legal and banking.