Pioneer is one of the oldest Japanese electronics manufacturers, starting business in 1937 by Nozomu Matsumoto in Tokyo. In the 1960's came a slew of hifi separates which were well reviewed in the press and sold very well. In the 1970's Pioneer added in-car audio to it's range. Home cinema was growing in the 1980's and Pioneer were at the forefront of cutting edge laser disc technology, launching the first commercial laser disc player in 1981.
In the mid-1990's the first Dolby surround receiver was launched, whilst the late 1990's saw the first DVD players start shipping. The new millennium saw Pioneer launch a very successful of plasma TV's which had a very good reputation for black level and excellent picture quality. Blu-ray disc players followed in 2008. TV production ceased in 2009 due to unsustainable losses in this competitive market, and Pioneer re-focussed on it's core competence of high quality sound. Since then, a range of innovative iPod docks, AV receivers, and Blu-ray players have spearheaded the range.
The BDP-180 is an affordable high quality Blu-Ray player designed by Pioneer to playback and retain the quality of your audio/visual material. Its 4K upscaler allows Full HD 1080p content to become even more vibrant and life-like when used with compatible 4K television sets. Using the BDP 180, you can watch videos from YouTube directly while additional networking capabilities mean that you are able to stream your network-stored videos to the BDP 180 also.
Pioneer's commitment to high quality audio has been embodied within the BDP 180, with its capability to act as an SACD player as well. High resolution FLAC files, DSD and HD multi-channel surround sound is catered for, while the entire machine can be controlled via a free-to-download app.
Providing your item is in stock, the order is usually dispatched within 24 hours. Please remember that postage and packing is completely free for orders over £50*. Out of stock items will be dispatched as soon as they become available, out of stock items can take between 4 to 21 days for dispatch.
Deliveries usually take 1-3 working days. The majority of orders are sent via our couriers'; Interlink Express on a next-day-delivery service. Smaller, low value or light-weight items are normally posted using Royal Mail Recorded or Royal Mail Special Delivery.
Once your product has been dispatched, you will be notified via email and sent a unique consignment number, you can use this number at http://www.interlinkexpress.com to check the status of your delivery. If you have provided a mobile telephone number, Interlink's Predict service will notify you by text (and email) of a one-hour delivery window. If the window they suggest is inconvenient, you can change the date of delivery to a later one via text or email.
*We ship free of charge to mainland UK addresses, excluding the Scottish Highlands or 'Out-Of-Reach' Scottish locations. Please consult the post-codes below to see if your location falls within this category. If you are still unsure, please contact us on 01432 354921. We also ship to Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Scilly Isles, Scottish Isles and Scottish Highlands, however delivery to these locations will incur a charge and can only be sent via a 2-day service.
|Shipping Costs||Mainland UK (Next-Day)||Offshore/Out-of-reach (2-day)Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Scottish Islands, Scilly Islands||Republic of Ireland (2-day)|
|Under £50 Orders
|Over £50 Orders
|Saturday by 12 Delivery
Post codes exempt from the free delivery service include:
Scottish Highlands Post Codes: AB30-38, AB41-42, AB44-56, FK17-99, G83, IV1-28, IV30-39, IV52-54, IV63, KW1-14, PA21-33, PA34-40, PH15-26, PH31-41, PH49-50
Islands Post Codes: HS1-9, IV40-51, IV55-56, KA27-28, KW15-17, PA20, PA41-49, PA60-78, PH42-44, ZE1-3
Northern Ireland: All BT postcodes
Channel Islands Post Codes: JE, GY
Scilly Isles Post Codes: TR21, TR22, TR23, TR24, TR25