Philips BDP3000/05 Blu-Ray™ Disc player £79.50 @ M&S - HotUKDeals
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50% discount will be applied at checkout, also comes with a free 2 year warranty.
Free delivery to store or add £3.50 for delivery.

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#1
Is this the one they were selling in Asda for £57.00 last week?
#2
Been on offer at this price before with M&S and an average price for an okay blu ray player.
Personally, would always just pay a little more and go for a Sony or Pioneer but still voted hot.
#3
cambourne03, I think that was the BDP2000 model at Asda.

Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Nov 30, 2010 13:18
#4
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/316VTKSv%2BsL.jpg
#5
poor build poor reviews
#6
I got one of these from argos in the summer when they had them reduced. With the latest firmware it will happily play from USB, start-up is quick and I have no complaints about picture\sound quality playing through a 37" LG tv.
#7
Poor build?? In what sense? I have one myself and it looks and feels fantastic! The reviews I read before buying it a year ago were all favourable?
#8
Thought the latest iteration of this was the BDP3100/05 not BDP3000/05 ?

old stock ??
#9
I bought this about a year ago from Very when it was £99. Had sent it for repair twice as the picture kept blanking out every few minutes for a few seconds during Blu-ray,dvd and avi playback. Was told it was a compatibility issue with my old tv via the HDMI input. I bought a new tv recently, new HDMI lead, changed the settings many times and it still does it, even with the new USB firmware. It's now out of warranty, Oh well I must have been unlucky with this one!

I would only recommend it as a second Blu-ray player for the home such as a bedroom, and would suggest buying a better quality one for your main viewing. I've learned my lesson.
#10
Do not buy this blu-ray player, it will not connect to networks and is very noisy in operation.
#11
I've had one of these for a year (£150 from amazon) and can honestly say the one for 50 quid at asda is a lot better. This only plays avi from cd not hdd, and i've yet to get it to work properly, the videos freeze constantly.

I picked up one of the 50 quid asda ones and it plays straight from usb flash and hdd and there is no freezing. I highly recommend against buying BDP3000 over that.

Only downside is a little more noise, but it's minimal, and not audible one you're actually watching something.

Edit:
After reading russmw's comment I updated the firmware again, and now get usb playback on the BDP3000 too, so basically the BDP3000 is as capable as the BDP2000 but offers BD Live which I've never used as it'd take far too much work to run a ethernet cable through the house.

Regarding MKV this is not true, I cannot get the player to play or even recognise MKV files, also I took the liberty to try an avi with embedded (but not hardcoded) subtitles and while my PS3 plays the subtitles fine, this does not show any subtitles.


Edited By: nascent on Dec 04, 2010 11:02: new **** has come to light
#12
i have a BDP3000, you can play mkv files by changing the file extension to avi, tried, tested and working
#13
icemancol
I bought this about a year ago from Very when it was £99. Had sent it for repair twice as the picture kept blanking out every few minutes for a few seconds during Blu-ray,dvd and avi playback. Was told it was a compatibility issue with my old tv via the HDMI input. I bought a new tv recently, new HDMI lead, changed the settings many times and it still does it, even with the new USB firmware. It's now out of warranty, Oh well I must have been unlucky with this one!I would only recommend it as a second Blu-ray player for the home such as a bedroom, and would suggest buying a better quality one for your main viewing. I've learned my lesson.

I have exactly the same problem as icemancol. :( Solution anyone?

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