Summary: I bought the 62FD model to replace my older 23FD model. It arrived very quickly after I ordered it. Thought it was a good price for what I was able to find online. My older 23FD was a heavier BD player and the remote was a heavier more deluxe remote compared to new player remote.
I knew the quality was going to be good. I was not sure of the Oppo as ...
JOSEPH A. GILLIGAN JR., Amazon
13 October 2014
Summary: Opted for this instead of spending $500 on the Oppo player. Having had previous Pioneer Elite players, I knew the quality was going to be good. I was not sure of the Oppo as am not familiar with the company. In the Professional setting, hands down beats my Panasonic 3D Blu-Ray Player.
I really like it, BUT it is absolutly not a freezone ...
12 October 2014
Summary: I really like it, BUT it is absolutly not a freezone blu ray player. Indeed, I tried to watch a bluray from France, and an error zone message appears....... At this price, it is just unbelievable.
Much better picture and sound than my old panasonic blue ray
jackie collis, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: I purchased the BDP-62 using chase points on my CC. Received it today and im impressed. Much better picture and sound than my old panasonic blue ray. I bought a $50 netgear wireless network connector and it works fine with the unit. I now control my SC-65 and BDP-62 using my ipad.
Summary: I've owned Pioneer products for 40 years. Their quality is slipping. Too many features to break. The good: great picture on Blu-Ray and standard DVD, sound quality is outstanding. The bad: Too many features to navigate through, to get lost in, to make mistakes in setting features.