PHILIPS BLU-RAY Refurbished DISC PLAYER BDP2500 £49.99 Ebay Outlet netelectrics - HotUKDeals
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Enjoying true HD video has never been easier than with the compact Philips Blu-ray Disc player BDP2500. Experience high fidelity Dolby TrueHD 7.1 surround sound and DivX Ultra for enhanced DivX video playback.

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Subtitle Shift for widescreen without any missing subtitles
Blu-ray Disc playback for sharp images in full HD 1080p
1080p at 24 fps for cinema-like images
Full HD 1080p for razor sharp images
DivX® Ultra for enhanced playback of DivX® media files
DVD video upscaling to 1080p via HDMI for near-HD images
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Dolby TrueHD for high fidelity 7.1 surround sound
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Bonus View with Picture-in-Picture for video & audio choices
Enjoy all your movies and music from CDs and DVDs
EasyLink controls all EasyLink products with a single remote
Picture/Display

Aspect ratio: 21:9, 16:9, 4:3
Picture enhancement: High Def (720p, 1080i, 1080p), Progressive scan, Video upscaling
D/A converter: 12 bit/150 MHz
Video Playback

Playback Media: BD Video, BD-R/RE 2.0, DVD, DVD-Video, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW, Video CD, DivX, CD, CD-R/CD-RW
Compression formats: H.264, MPEG2, VC-1, DivX Ultra, WMV, XviD
Disc Playback Modes: Standard Play, Pause, Search forward/reverse, Slow Forward, Resume Playback from Stop, Skip, Disc Menu, Repeat, A-B Repeat, Zoom, Angle
Video Enhancement: Deep Color, x.v. Colour, Video Upscaling, Progressive Scan
BD Region Code: B
DVD Region.: 2
Sound

Sound System: Dolby True HD, DTS 2.0 + Digital out, DTS, Dolby Digital
Signal to noise ratio: 105 dB
D/A converter: 24-bit, 192 kHz
Dynamic Range (1 kHz): 100 dB
Frequency response: (20 kHz) ±0.5 dB (Max./Min. 2ch, DVD) Hz
Audio Playback

Playback Media: CD, CD-R/RW, MP3-CD, MP3-DVD
Compression format: DTS, Dolby Digital, MP3, PCM, WMA
Digital Photo Playback

Playback Media: CD-R/RW, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW
Picture Compression Format: JPEG
Picture Enhancement: High Definition Resolution, Slideshow, Rotate, Zoom
Connectivity

Rear Connections: HDMI output, Digital coaxial out, Composite video (CVBS) output, Analogue audio Left/Right out, USB: For firmware upgrade
Convenience

EasyLink: One touch play, One touch standby
Child Protection: Parental Control
On-Screen Display languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Swedish, Turkish, Norwegian
Power

Power supply: 230-240 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption: 25 W
Standby power consumption: 0.5 W
Dimensions

Product dimensions (W x H x D): 360 x 54 x 240 mm
Product weight: 2.20 kg
Please note we don't supply HDMI cables with any blu ray players. We cannot guarantee that boxes will include HDMI cables.
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#1
Refurbished!
#2
whizzkid
Refurbished!

That's what it says in the title heading.
#3
Hancock
whizzkid
Refurbished!
That's what it says in the title heading.

I did not before he said, I changed the title.
#4
Philips has got a reputation during the last few years for producing very shoddy products. I can't imagine anyone in their right mind buying a Philips blu-ray player if they are as unreliable as their DVD players. Buying a refurbished player is just asking for trouble. You can buy a brand new blu-ray player from a decent manufacturer for only a few pounds more. Why bother with secondhand tat?
#5
snugden
Philips has got a reputation during the last few years for producing very shoddy products. I can't imagine anyone in their right mind buying a Philips blu-ray player if they are as unreliable as their DVD players. Buying a refurbished player is just asking for trouble. You can buy a brand new blu-ray player from a decent manufacturer for only a few pounds more. Why bother with secondhand tat?

I got a new one of these when they dropped to £100 almost a year ago, have not a any problems with it, kids use it all the time too. Hot from me.
#6
Philips don't have such a reputation in this household. We have a Philips TV, iron, shaver and sonicare toothbrushes and haven't had a problem with any of them. If you could point me to where it shows they have this reputation, I'd be grateful.
#7
Just type something along the lines of "Philips problems" in Google. You could spend days reading threads about the problems people have had with Philips products. Or ask someone in an electrical shop what they think of Philips. Of course, until a few years ago they had a very good reputation and hopefully they've tried to put their house in order again.
#8
+1
Philips products have yet to fail me. Even their cheaper shavers/stereos I've had last an adequate amount of time, and break through my own fault
:)
#9
You could spend days reading about problems with any electrical company. I will reiterate that I and my family have many Philips products and have never had a problem. Just as an example, if I type 'Sony problems' into Google, there appear to be a lot more forums to read through. I wonder what problems you have personally had with Philips, as my local Sevenoaks Sound & Vision had nothing negative to say about the Ambilight TVs when I went in there, and I went in there with no particular brand in mind. :)

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