About Pioneer Htp 2500
Pioneer was founded in 1938 as a manufacturer of audio equipment. Headquartered at Tokyo, Japan, the company has more than 39000 employees, globally. Its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol: PIO), Euronext Amsterdam, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and Osaka Securities Exchange. Pioneer was the first audio/video equipment manufacturer to come up with products such as the Separate stereo system in 1962, Component cart stereo in 1975, GPS Car navigation in 1990, DVD/LD/CD compatible player in 1996, Plasma display technology in 1997, DVD recorder compatible with DVD-RW in 1999, and DVD players for professional DJs and VJs in 2004. The Pioneer HTP2500 is a home theatre system with 1000 watts of sound output. When plugged in with an existing DVD player, the 5.1 surround speakers are capable of creating crystal clear sound. The HTP2500 is an ideal component for using as a home theatre system and for enhancing an the gaming experience. The HTP2500 consists of Dolby Digital/Pro Logic II and DTS Decoder technology combined with a 96 kHz / 24-bit Digital to Analog converter. It has a 4-mode sound field control and a 5 channel stereo with bass boost and bass and treble control. To deliver a surround sound experience, the HTP 2500 has a six-channel speaker balance adjust. It has an AM/FM tuner with 30 station pre-sets. It has two modes: quiet and game. It has 3 analog and 3 digital audio inputs. It is an ideal system for families on an average budget.