The High Definition of Art by Pioneer

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Today’s upscale market requires a product that offers something greater than expected, and Pioneer has taken note. Those in the market for supreme quality in high-definition televisions will find Pioneer’s displays, which border on artful designs, the ideal addition to the finest home entertainment centers. Refined style aside, Pioneer’s select KURO monitors step up to the plate in performance as well. Immaculate picture quality and premier execution go above and beyond to match each monitor’s premium aesthetic.

 Ideal for the true entertainment connoisseur, the home entertainment centers have the capability to stream videos, digital music, and images from a personal computer.

Pioneer is introducing two Elite KURO high-definition flat panel televisions in addition to a Signature Series of Elite KURO monitors. Vibrantly glowing colors, the blackest blacks, and a black lustrous Urushi frame all define the stunning new showpieces. Pioneer allows home installers to customize each display to the select tastes and specific home environment of each patron. Beyond that, each monitor is hand-assembled to assure that the product is as close to perfection as humanly possible. Known for paying meticulous attention to the details of its product, Pioneer reinforces customer faith by providing a certificate of authenticity for each of the numbered products within this choice line of monitors.

The two Elite Kuro televisions allow viewers to employ Optimum Mode to impeccably examine and automatically adjust the picture and sound based on the room lighting, type of programming, and video settings to convey a near faultless viewing experience complementing all different program types. Ideal for the true entertainment connoisseur, the home entertainment centers have the capability to stream videos, digital music, and images from a personal computer. For those interested in fully utilizing their television monitors, the new Home Media Gallery allows an owner to display a slideshow of personal photographs, essentially creating a high-def 50-inch or 60-inch frame.

The new monitors exceed KURO’s own previous standard of brilliance. This new wave of flat panel HDTVs showcase astoundingly clear visuals (the black levels alone are five times darker than KURO’s preceding award-winning product) and slimmer displays. These new developments at Pioneer have the design scale balancing precariously on the thin line between technological design and art; the monitors bring television one step closer to Pioneer’s aim of creating floating images on the wall.

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