Philips BDP2500 MR - Blu Ray Player With DVD Multi-Region Playback - £49.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Great Price for a blu ray player
Play.com £86.99
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The Philips BDP2500 offers Philips quality of picture and sound at a top value price.

With x.v Colour, Deep Colour and 1080p resolution at 24fps, the Philips BDP2500 offers a sense of realism that you can only get from Blu-ray. As you'd expect, the BDP2500 will also upscale your existing DVDs to full 1080p meaning that, provided you have a 1080p TV, all your existing DVDs can be viewed at the highest resolution possible. Furthermore, the BDP2500 will also playback DivX Ultra media files for enhanced enjoyment of any DivX recorded material you may have.

Matching this superb picture quality is an equally impressive sound. DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD give accurate and precise sound through 7.1 channels. Philips's usual quality of design shines through with their careful selection and design of audio components giving a better sound quality than many rivals.

In addition to superior quality sound and vision, the BDP2500 has some very useful features. Bonus View lets you watch a second Picture-In-Picture for following film commentary. Subtitle shift allows for widescreen viewing without missing any text. In addition to the usual sockets, you'll also find a USB port that's ideal for uploading any firmware upgrades.

With its rounded edges, the Philips stands apart from other "square" designs and is every bit as distinctive as their flat panel TVs. For thrilling sound and vision from budget Blu-ray, the Philips BDP2500 makes an ideal choice.
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Amazon £107.70
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Thanks for posting but, you will find that these will be unavailable, typical nonsense from richer sounds, bait and switch.
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http://www.richersounds.com/images/product-availability.png


kinda puts me off
#5
Going_Digital
Thanks for posting but, you will find that these will be unavailable, typical nonsense from richer sounds, bait and switch.

Have to agree, would be hot if it was not Richer sounds. You can waste loads of time chasing these specials.
#6
big thanks to op heat added. got last one in chester.
#7
These 'last few ' deals should be banned...
#8
swampy_donkey
These 'last few ' deals should be banned...


Why? thats why we have an expire button
#9
Slim chance you will get a "new" one of these from Richer Sounds. In my experience if they state that it "may be ex-display or ex-repair" then it usually is!

Having said that, it's always worth a phone call just in case. I purchased a television from Richer Sounds and it wasn't in stock but they happily got one in for me within 48hrs.
#10
mofokiss
swampy_donkey
These 'last few ' deals should be banned...


Why? thats why we have an expire button


They should be banned because there is rarely any stock. Purely a marketing scam.
#11
swampy_donkey
mofokiss
swampy_donkey
These 'last few ' deals should be banned...


Why? thats why we have an expire button


They should be banned because there is rarely any stock. Purely a marketing scam.


Can't say I agree with you there
#12
they do have a stock checker on their website which is pretty accurate
#13
mofokiss
swampy_donkey
mofokiss
swampy_donkey
These 'last few ' deals should be banned...
Why? thats why we have an expire button
They should be banned because there is rarely any stock. Purely a marketing scam.
Can't say I agree with you there
I agree with him. It's always been the same with them, you go in hoping to find this deal, which they will not have in stock. They predictably proceed to offer you a more expensive alternative.


gadgetgirl05
they do have a stock checker on their website which is pretty accurate
Accurate as in, it says your local has one in stock, you phone them to check, and they tell you they have one in stock (that they do not let you reserve), and upon arrival at the shop, they tell you they sold the last one? (at which point, you go back to my first comment).

Edited By: jukkie on Feb 22, 2011 18:28
#14
Accurate as in, it says your local has one in stock, you phone them to check, and they tell you they have one in stock (that they do not let you reserve), and upon arrival at the shop, they tell you they sold the last one? (at which point, you go back to my first comment).


All the London ones I've used have allowed me to reserve the item with no problems, even multiple items

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