What is the difference between Pioneer x10 HD vs x20 HD

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Al_Alger, Nov 26, 2001.

  1. Al_Alger

    Al_Alger Auditioning

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    What does the x20 HD add over the x10? I tried to ask at my local Tweeter, but got no real answer. I see that they have them as "wise buys" and the prices are significantly lower.

    Also, does anyone know if there is a interface that will allow a D-VHS VCR (such as mitsubishi or JVC) to interface with a Pioneer Elite Series?

    Thanks again,

    AJ
     
  2. Michael Bailey

    Michael Bailey Stunt Coordinator

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    The x20 series allows the user to change screen modes while viewing a progressive signal (the x10s locked set in full mode when a progressive signal was detected). The pure cinema mode has been improved (Iam not sure how). The reference cinema mode has been changed so it better tracks the 6500K color temp. I believe that the lenses have also been changed. There are other less significant changes as well. Oh yes, the MSRP dropped about 5%.
     

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