Pioneer head unit review: Pioneer’s Pioneer Park and Pioneer Head Unit review
Pioneer has finally released its head unit reviews for the Pioneer Park, Pioneer Head, Pioneer Park+ and Pioneer XS.
The Pioneer head units reviewed here are the flagship Pioneer models with the most reviews and most number of reviews on Amazon and Google.
You’ll also find the latest Pioneer headunit and the most recent Pioneer X1, X2, X3 and X4 models.
The head units have also been reviewed by the world’s top audiophiles, including James Brown, Robert Fripp, Robert Llewellyn and Michael Jackson.
The Pulsar Park is the latest model in Pioneer’s new flagship line-up, and comes with a new 10-speaker Pioneer X5 with an amazing 2,600Hz frequency response.
The Park has been well-reviewed by audiophilia, with several reviewers praising its excellent sound quality and soundstage.
It also features a new front-firing 7.1-channel audio processor with Dolby Pro Logic II, which is a nice upgrade from the 6-channel processors used in the original Pulsars.
The new processor supports Dolby Atmos audio playback and support for Dolby TrueHD Blu-ray decoding.
The X5 is available in a range of models with three different speakers, the X5+ , X5, X6 and X6 Plus .
The X5 Plus has a more powerful amplifier with 4-ohm drivers and a much wider soundstage than the X4.
The Park+ is the newest in the line-ups, and offers the same 10-driver system with Dol by Dol audio playback.
The X6+ and X8+ offer better sound quality than the Park+.
The X4 is also the newest model in the series, and features a 4-channel speaker system with an additional 1,200Hz frequency-response.
The 6-Channel X4+ is slightly less expensive than the 6 Channel X4, and the X6 is a bit cheaper than the 5-Channel x6 Plus.
The 7-Channel Pulsaris Park+ also features an additional 8-ohm speaker, while the X8 offers 4- and 8-way speaker configurations with DolBy Pro Logic III and TrueHD, and Dolby Digital Plus and TrueAudio 5.2.