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A LaserDisc player is a device designed to play video (analog) and audio (analog or digital) stored on LaserDisc. LaserDisc was the first optical disc format marketed to consumers; it was introduced by MCA DiscoVision in 1978. In the 1990s, Pioneer and others produced a small number of a high-definition video player models, which employed multiple sub-Nyquist sampling encoding (MUSE) technology. In 1996, Pioneer distributed their first DVD player in Japan, a combination Laserdisc/DVD player, model DVL-9.

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  • LaserDisc player
  • Lecteur de Laserdisc
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  • Un lecteur de Laserdisc est un lecteur de disque optique utilisé pour exploiter les données numériques stockées sur des Laserdisc. Un lecteur de Laserdisc est également utilisé en tant que périphérique informatique d'entrée permettant de lire des Laserdisc. La plupart des grandes entreprises de l'âge d'or des jeux vidéo d'arcade ont utilisé ce support et créé des systèmes d'arcade munis de Laserdisc.
  • A LaserDisc player is a device designed to play video (analog) and audio (analog or digital) stored on LaserDisc. LaserDisc was the first optical disc format marketed to consumers; it was introduced by MCA DiscoVision in 1978. In the 1990s, Pioneer and others produced a small number of a high-definition video player models, which employed multiple sub-Nyquist sampling encoding (MUSE) technology. In 1996, Pioneer distributed their first DVD player in Japan, a combination Laserdisc/DVD player, model DVL-9.
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  • Un lecteur de Laserdisc est un lecteur de disque optique utilisé pour exploiter les données numériques stockées sur des Laserdisc. Un lecteur de Laserdisc est également utilisé en tant que périphérique informatique d'entrée permettant de lire des Laserdisc. La plupart des grandes entreprises de l'âge d'or des jeux vidéo d'arcade ont utilisé ce support et créé des systèmes d'arcade munis de Laserdisc.
  • A LaserDisc player is a device designed to play video (analog) and audio (analog or digital) stored on LaserDisc. LaserDisc was the first optical disc format marketed to consumers; it was introduced by MCA DiscoVision in 1978. From 1978 until 1984, all LaserDisc player models read discs by using a helium–neon laser. In 1984, Pioneer Corporation introduced the first consumer player with a solid-state laser diode. This model, the Pioneer LD-700, was also the first LaserDisc player with a front-loading disc bay instead of a top-loading one. Pioneer became the market leader in LaserDisc technology. In the 1990s, Pioneer and others produced a small number of a high-definition video player models, which employed multiple sub-Nyquist sampling encoding (MUSE) technology. In 1996, Pioneer distributed their first DVD player in Japan, a combination Laserdisc/DVD player, model DVL-9. Pioneer announced the end of LaserDisc player production in January 2009. The last models Pioneer produced were the DVL-919 (an LD/DVD player), CLD-R5 (an LD/CD player), DVK-900 (an LD/DVD karaoke system), and DVL-K88 (an LD/DVD karaoke player).
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