About Pioneer Htp 440dv
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 HTP440DV is a region 1 home theatre system with 5.1 channel surround sound. The sound is crisp, the console of the system is easy to use and a slim line scan DVD player comes with the system. It has Dolby Digital, DTS, Pro Logic IIx surround sound with 192 kHz/24 bit digital to analog converter. The DVD player is a Single Disc Progressive Scan player which plays DVD-Video, CD-RW, MP3, WMA; it has a Jpeg Photo viewer. The 5.1speaker system is wireless. Speaker specifications are 120W x 5 A/V Receiver, 100W Sub-Woofer, 50W Digital Wireless Surround Speaker, and 2.4GHz Digital Wireless Rear Speaker System. The Pioneer HTP440DV has an AM/FM antenna, Stereo L/R Audio, DVD 5.1 CH and optical, and Coaxial Digital Audio input. The output channel, Front/Centre/Surround/Sub-woofer output and S-Video output, help it simulate conditions similar to a movie theatre.