Philips Blu-ray Players

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Philips BDP7600
Philips BDP7600

WLAN, DLNA, Upscaling, 3D-ready, BD-Live, 24p; Multimedia formats: XviD, AVCHD, AAC, MKV; DTS- …

The BDP7600/12 is a sleek looking brushed silver Blu-ray player that Philips has packed with features, including access to BBC iPlayer, and a USB port for playing video and audio files off external

6 reviews | 1 opinion (Average)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 7/2011 Philips BDP7600 The 7 Series 3D Blu-ray player from Philips is a sight to behold with its silver-grey finish and nicely chiseled body. If that doesn't tempt you, maybe the web browser and media streaming will. … to review

56PFL9954H + BDP9100
Philips Cinema 21:9 + BDP9100

LCD; Full HD; 56"; 24p, Media Streaming; 100Hz

"Philips is the first to offer a truly cinematic widescreen experience from a TV, but you can bet others will follow!"

2 reviews

 

 
BDP3000/05
Philips BDP 3000

Picture in Picture (PiP), USB / Card Slot, Upscaling, BD-Live; Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD, …

"... Where the BDP3000 really shone was in our speed tests. While it took a leisurely 17 seconds to open the tray from Off, it was the fastest to get to the main menu of a film; in fact, it was …

7 reviews | 92 opinions (Above average)

 

 
BDP7300/05
Philips BDP 7300

BD-Live, 24p, Upscaling, USB / Card Slot, BD Java; Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, DTS

"... The rear adds 5.1 analogue audio outputs to the usual component, composite, HDMI and digital audio connectors, which is good to see at this price. Menus are second only to the LG in ease of

7 reviews | 7 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: audiovision, issue 7-8/2009 Blu-ray - The Salvation Not only the terminator is unstoppable, so are Blu-ray discs: The players cost less and less while offering more and more. ... Seven Blu-ray players up to 400 Euros were tested. They were all rated “very good”. Among the test criteria were image quality (picture resolution [HDMI], picture dynamics [HDMI], gain accuracy [HDMI] ...), sound quality (digital sound quality [Jitter], channel separation, distortion ...) as well as features.

BDP8000/12
Philips BDP8000

Upscaling, BD-Live, BD Java, 24p, 3D-ready, DLNA, WLAN; Dolby Digital, DTS-HD, Dolby Digital …

CNet found this Blu-ray player's only weaknesses to be its lofty price tag and poor selection of online services, which doesn't even come close to some others. Otherwise they say it offers

4 reviews

 

More information at: Video-HomeVision, issue 12/2010 Completely 3D The latest high-tech players offer film viewing pleasure in three dimensions. However, these small and elegant multimedia centres are also equipped for 2D films. ‘Video-HomeVision’ tested ten new 3D Blu-ray players and sound-bars which definitely know their stuff when it comes to DVDs, internet videos and network streaming. In test: Five 3D Blu-ray players were reviewed. Test criteria were picture and sound quality, features, operation and processing.

BDP 9600
Philips BDP9600

Upscaling, BD-Live, DLNA, 24p, WLAN, 3D-ready; DTS-HD, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, …

“Extremely well equipped player with an internet portal and fantastic build quality. Innovative remote control. Stereo and 7.1 Cinch outputs. Sounds pleasantly melodious.”

3 reviews

 

More information at: Video-HomeVision, issue 3/2011 A question of price The Blu-ray player market has the right device for every budget. But are expensive players really that much better than cheaper ones? We tested four of the latest devices from 200 to 750 euros which work with 3D discs. In test: Four Blu-ray players were reviewed. They were rated on image and sound quality, features, operation and processing.

BDP7500BL
Philips BDP 7500

Upscaling, 24p, BD-Live, Picture in Picture (PiP); Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS, …

"... The BDP7500 looked very good to us, delivering crisp images and natural motion, thanks to its support of the now ubiquitous 24p format. ... Although the Philips BDP7500's networking …

5 reviews | 3 opinions (Excellent)

 

BD P 5100
Philips BDP5100

24p, Upscaling, BD-Live; DTS-HD MA, Dolby TrueHD

“Displays video and photo formats. A player without 3D playback. Above average error correction. Short access times when selecting a file from MP3 music folders. Minimal operating noise. Wireless

5 reviews

 

More information at: Video-HomeVision, issue 10/2010 Absolute Beginners When, if not now, will you start with the high resolution film experience? Good Blu-ray players are already available for 200 euros. But which player will make the best debut appearance? In test: Five Blu-ray players were reviewed. Test criteria were picture and sound quality, features, operation and processing.

Philips BDP7200
Philips BDP7200

Picture in Picture (PiP), Upscaling, 24p; DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital

“Its powerful analogue and digital sound outputs make this affordable Philips BDP 7200 a flexible addition, even for older AV receivers. Its neat Blu-ray cinema picture is impressive. But …

6 reviews | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

BDP 7500 MK II
Philips BDP7500 MK II

DLNA, 24p, 3D-ready, Upscaling; DTS-HD, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS- …

Pocket-Lint describes the Philips BDP7500S2's high quality construction as top-of-line and is impressed by its great 2D and 3D performance as well. Unfortunately its meager network connections

11 reviews

 

More information at: test (Stiftung Warentest), issue 12/2010 Online and three dimensional Blu-ray players: the cheapest Blu-ray player costs just 160 euros, the cheapest 3D model is a little over €200. Not only do they play videos but they can also access the internet - within limits. In test: 13 Blu-ray players were tested. 11 were rated “good” and 2 “satisfactory”. Test criteria were image and sound (3D playback, photos, visual test with high resolution image/DVD ...), handling (set-up, music player, network and internet use ...), as well as error correction, energy usage, operational noise and versatility. When operational noise was rated as ‘acceptable’, the overall rating was decreased by half a mark.

 
BDP9500/12
Philips BDP9500

BD-Live, Upscaling; DTS-HD, DTS, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD MA, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital

“Likes: analogue 7.1 audio output; plays many video formats; quickly reads discs; also plays strongly scratched CDs and DVDs; robust aluminium body; extended video processing; high-quality D/A

4 reviews

 

More information at: Audio Video Foto Bild, issue 3/2010 Blue is the Trump Card Last year, over 6 million Blu-ray discs were sold in Germany. The reason for the sensational entry of the film disc is not only its brilliant picture quality and its spectacular sound. The rapid price decline of flat screen TVs and playback devices has helped the Blu-ray disc to success. The cheapest Blu-ray players start at 150 Euros. ... In test: 20 Blu-ray players were reviewed. 15 models were rated “good”, one was rated “satisfactory”. Four models did not receive final ratings.

BDP3100/05
Philips BDP 3100

Upscaling, BD-Live, 24p; DTS-HD MA, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS

“The last but not the least: the Philips BDP3100 is easy to operate and plays CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray films, as well as the most important media files. Picture and sound quality is good. Particularly

4 reviews | 23 opinions (Average)

 

More information at: Audio Video Foto Bild, issue 11/2010 Spartans These five Blu-ray heroes are well-equipped, fighting for little guerdon and have only one aim in mind: they want to win. In test: Five Blu-ray players were reviewed. Test criteria were image quality (Blu-ray playback via HDMI and YUV outputs using a visual and laboratory test), sound quality (Blu-ray playback audio and laboratory test via digital sound output as well as analogue stereo output ...), photo display (picture error, time it takes to display a photo, photo display from different media sources ...), connections (picture and audio outputs, connection options), features and functions (playable video, audio and Blu-ray sound formats ...), operation (instruction manual, remote control, readability of the display field ...) as well as service (length and type of warranty, support hotline ...), environment and health (electricity costs, operational noise ...).

 

Product information and further reviews

3D via update Video-HomeVision 12/2010 - In order to enable people to begin the 3D era with both a TV and a Blu-ray player combined, some Blu-ray players were initially produced without a 3D function. Then the update came with 3D TVs. That’s why we took another look at those 3D ready Blu-ray players we’d reviewed previously, but this time we examined their 3D function. Review details: Three 3D ready Blu-ray players were tested.

A Powerful Piece Heimkino 2-3/2010 - In the Blu-ray market, Philips is broadly positioned - the Dutch manufacturer currently offers no less than seven different players for HD discs. With its top model, the BDP9500, Philips plans to set the new standards in this segment below 600 Euros. HEIMKINO has checked in the test laboratory, whether this will work. Review details: Single Test. Among the test criteria were quality (hardware, software), operation (setup, remote control, daily use) and quality (sound, processing, overall picture ...).

Breathtaking Experiences SATVISION 2/2010 - One of last year’s big winners were - despite the economic crises - without doubt, the DVD’s follow up format, Blu-ray discs. This is largely because the corresponding playback devices not only play high-resolution discs, but they also play DVDs and CDs as well as supplying domestic flat screen TVs or home theater projection systems with the best possible signals. With the DBP-4010UD, Denon offers one of the nobelest Blu-ray players that are currently available, while Philips is looking to cater to the 21:9 flatscreen TV in the best possible way. Is it worthwhile to spend more than €450 for a Blu-ray player? Review details: Two Blu-ray players were reviewed and each rated “very good”. Among the test criteria were image and sound quality, features (audio, video, data ...), and operation (user manual, daily application, screen menus ...).

3D, Internet and Great Pictures CHIP Online 6/2010 - Three new devices clean up: A bunch of newly tested Blu-ray disc players have moved to the top of the best seller list. The new HD players by Philips, Samsung and Panasonic are leaving the competition far behind. Review details: Ten Blu-ray players were reviewed. Test criteria were image quality, ergonomics, features, sound quality, and energy efficiency.

The Second One is Even Better! CHIP Online 6/2010 - The Philips Blu-ray disc player BDP7500 comes in a second edition - as implied by the initials ‘S2’. And it actually outshines its predecessor - and all of its competitors. The reward for the new edition: First place on our best seller list. Review details: Single Test. Test criteria were, image quality, ergonomy, features, energy efficiency and documentation / service.

Blu-ray players for beginners ETM TESTMAGAZIN 1/2009 - For a long time, it was only Blu-ray players from the premium segment which offered outstanding image quality and top features - all at a premium price, of course. But those days are over: Blu-ray players have long been on offer in the entry-level range too, where they are available for a much lower price and deliver an equally superb level of image quality. We tested four of the latest generation entry-level Blu-ray players. They all offer (very) good image quality, but the low price is most obviously reflected in the device’s reduced range of features. Review details: Four Blu-ray players were reviewed. Three were rated “good” and one “satisfactory”. Among the test criteria were features (video, audio, data interfaces ...), operation & practical operation (instruction manual, menu navigation, error correction ...) as well as image quality.

Blu-ray film delights CHIP 2/2009 - The festivities are over and you still haven’t spent the money you were given for Christmas - the ideal time to get a Blu-ray player. ‘CHIP’ tested out eight of the latest models to see just what this new generation had up its sleeve. Review details: Eight Blu-ray players were reviewed and rated from 83 to 97 out of a possible 100 points. Among the test criteria were features, image quality and ergonomics. We also looked at one games console as a comparison model.

Group test: Budget Blu-ray players £200-£250 AVReview 8/2009 - A couple of years ago, Blu-ray was the far outlier of home cinema. In the intervening short time it has reached mainstream and budget popularity and dominance. The four budget models tested by AVReview all have 1080p/24fps HD, Profile 2.0, and additional features making this the wagon to get on. Review details: Four budget Blu-ray players were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts were 3 x 8 and 1 x 9 points out of 10.

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