Philips DVP5990/05 - HDMI 1080p DivX Ultra DVD Player with USB 2.0 port ONLY £55.78 DELIVERED @ Amazon (Was: £63.99) - HotUKDeals
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Philips DVP5990/05 - HDMI 1080p DivX Ultra DVD Player with USB 2.0 port ONLY £55.78 DELIVERED @ Amazon (Was: £63.99)

£55.78 @ Amazon
The ideal DVD player for your HDTV The DVP5990 from Philips is a great way for users to sample high definition films. The DVP5990 comes with HDMI technology and 1080p oversampling to produce the mo… Read More
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The ideal DVD player for your HDTV

The DVP5990 from Philips is a great way for users to sample high definition films. The DVP5990 comes with HDMI technology and 1080p oversampling to produce the most incredible images, meaning you?ll get the highest possible resolution video signals all the time. Progressive Scan technology really brings out the best in your graphics, while its USB 2.0 port allows you to hook up external devices and your computer. The DVP5990 is also compatible with DivX, JPEG and MP3 formats, for hours of non-stop entertainment!

* this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery

Specifications
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Picture/Display
D/A converter 12-bit, 108 MHz
Picture enhancement Progressive Scan, High Def (720p, 1080i, 1080p), Video Upscaling (720p, 1080i/p)

Sound
D/A converter 24-bit, 192 kHz
Signal to noise ratio > 90
Distortion and Noise (1 kHz) > 65 dB
Crosstalk (1 kHz) > 70 dB
Dynamic Range (1 kHz) > 80 dB
Sound System Dolby Digital
Frequency response 30-20,000 Hz

Video Playback
Playback Media CD, CD-R/CD-RW, Video CD/SVCD, DVD, DivX, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW, DVD-Video
Compression formats MPEG1, MPEG2, DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, DivX 5.x, DivX 6.0, DivX Ultra
Video disc playback system PAL, NTSC

Audio Playback
Playback Media CD, MP3-CD, MP3-DVD, CD-R/RW, WMA-CD, Audio CD
Compression format Dolby Digital, MP3, PCM, WMA
MP3 bit rates 32 - 320 kbps

Still Picture Playback
Playback Media DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW, CD-R/RW, Picture CD, Kodak Picture CD
Picture compression format JPEG
Picture enhancement Flip photos, Rotate, Zoom, Slideshow with MP3 playback, High Definition Resolution

Multimedia Applications
Multimedia connections USB memory class device
Playback Formats DivX, MP3, JPEG Still pictures

Connectivity
Rear Connections Analogue audio Left/Right out, Composite video (CVBS) output, HDMI output, Digital coaxial out, ComponentVideo out Progressive, Scart

Convenience
Child Protection Parental Control, Child Lock
On-Screen Display languages English

Accessories
Included Accessories 2 x AAA Batteries, Quick start guide, Remote Control, User manual, Warranty Leaflet

Dimensions
Set Width 435 mm
Set Height 38 mm
Set Depth 210 mm
Packaging Depth 296 mm
Packaging Height 82 mm
Packaging Width 490 mm
Set weight 1.4 kg

Electricity
Power supply 50 Hz, 240 V
Power consumption < 12 W
Standby power consumption < 1.0 W

Overview
http://www.consumer.philips.com/consumer/en/gb/consumer/cc/_productid_DVP5990_05_GB_CONSUMER/DVD-player-with-HDMI-and-USB+DVP5990-05#/consumer/en/gb/consumer/cc/_productid_DVP5990_05_GB_CONSUMER/DVD-player-with-HDMI-and-USB+DVP5990-05
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#1
USB 2.0 port allows you to hook up external devices and your computer. :thumbsup:
#2
I've got the model down from this and it'll play everything I can throw at it. They even have upgrades you can download from the Philips site . . .
#3
Your pic is wrong :)

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31Zt2dDYNnL._SS500_.jpg
#4
some good reviews on Amazon. tempted
#5
I recommended this player yesterday.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/305912/toshiba-sd580-dvd-player-usb-49-99-/?p=3883728#post3883728 Post #15 :thumbsup:

It has been this price since the VAT change, actually £1 cheaper until recently.
#6
voted hott
#7
skyscraper101
come again?


I suspect that the individuals nick is wrong and that it should read:

JohnnyBMad
#8
Brilliant player, great deal
#9
ANy idea if it plays XVid?


This drive can also be made REGION FREE:
open tray
press Setup
select the Preference page/tab
Press 1,3,8,9,3,1
Press up/down key to select "0"
and hit setup to exit
#10
Does this play .wmv clips?
#11
yes it will play xvid
not sure of wmv
#12
I bought one of these from Amazon 2 weeks ago at that price (Order Placed: 16 Dec 2008 ). I have two or one which looks different at the front but same model. Both play Divx and XviD at fairly high bitrates >1500 and file sizes on a usb flash drive 16gbin fcat no problem playing file sizes at 2gb on a 16gb flash drive

These are far better than the cheap sumvision Phoenix which was binned and this replaced it
#13
ian13
ANy idea if it plays XVid?


This drive can also be made REGION FREE:
open tray
press Setup
select the Preference page/tab
Press 1,3,8,9,3,1
Press up/down key to select "0"
and hit setup to exit


yes made mine region free, infact those look the exact words i posted on AVforums dvd region free hack section ;-)
and it plays AVI files spot on from the USB flash drive
#14
Will it connect to Self-powered External USB Hard drives? (don't mean memory sticks)
#15
Oh pants, here we go.......stop posting deals that mash my head:thinking:
Which one is best, this one, or the Toshiba SD-580 posted earlier?
#16
Sharpharp
Will it connect to Self-powered External USB Hard drives? (don't mean memory sticks)


Yes.
#17
col
Yes.


which hard drive
#19
This is the best play-all media DVD player on the market. The previous model was also fab. Look around for pricing though as I got mine from Currys for £46. It does have a strong price point because it's so good.

If you're in the market for a great DVD player that'll play everything this is it.

I use my Philips with an 8GB USB drive too. Perfect.
#20
I may be wrong but last time I checked Amazon and Pixmania were the only suppliers in the UK selling this model?
#21
Tough call between this one and: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/305616/toshiba-sd-580-multiregion-dvd-play/, which I posted up previously.

Both are great deals, but I'd say the Toshiba has the edge. It's multi-region out of the box, and has a better review average. Plus it's a better brand. But the difference in cost is minimal, so either way it's a winner!
#22
The 5980 is also good I have one of them for daughter only goes up to 1080i though but does play the files I mentioned in previous page
#23
Mine worked with one of these from Play posted a while back

PNY Attache Premium 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (link doenst work)
#24
I have a TV with DVI HD input. Any idea if a DVI to HDMI cable will just work? (I heard these don't transmit sound, so can this dvd player do that seperately?)
#25
This one can also have the firmware upgraded which is tempting. For the geeks amongst us details here. I think this might swing it for me. Details here just in case http://board.softpedia.com/index.php?showtopic=9603 and also http://blog.techflaws.org/2008/11/01/philips-dvp3260-5990-faq/

One question though - wasn't this about £49 on Amazon a month or so ago?
#26
toshiba xde-500 or this ? is there any difference other than upscaling?
#27
Sharpharp
Will it connect to Self-powered External USB Hard drives? (don't mean memory sticks)


Well, it will... and there is a list of recommended USB external drives that Philips recommend... but you're still better off using a USB memory stick instead.

I'm not sure if it's the speed of external drives, but when I was using my (approved) bus-powered USB external drive with this model, regularly a movie would freeze, then take a second or two to "catch up", then continue playing. I download updated firmware updates, but this problem still remained.

Using any of my USB sticks, this problem just doesn't happen, and I thoroughly recommend this DVD player on that basis. Worth every penny, and I much prefer having one of these, than a chunky "media box" connected to my TV.
#28
Does anyone know what cables this comes with?
#29
philarmonic
Does anyone know what cables this comes with?


None
#30
I have a couple of NAS's which can be connected to USB also, anyone know if it will read from one? One is a buffalo Linkstation and the other is an icybox. If i can acces the contents of a nas, then im sold.
#31
what about MP4 format? -Anyone tried it with that?
#32
Wow, a DivX DVD Player which Upscales to 1080P and I haven't heard 1 bad thing about it from anybody, can't believe it! Looks like I'll have to get this one!
#33
Quick question, would making the player Region-Free using the Remote Hack conflict in any way with making future firmware upgrades?
#34
KG87
Quick question, would making the player Region-Free using the Remote Hack conflict in any way with making future firmware upgrades?


Shouldn't do, as you can put it back to region 2 using the hack as well, but you may have to repeat the hack when you upgrade.
#35
Making it region free has no effect on the upgrades. after the upgrade the machines still region free. . .
#36
Can't believe it - it's gone up to £62.63!!
#37
Nothing in the Phillips online spec mentions xvid (only divx) - a few peeps have said is can play xvid and it seems a fairly important thing that should be clarified before we part with the readies.

can any one confirm - does the dvp5990/05 def play xvid video?

cheers

Jeff
#38
It'll play xvid. Philips machines will just about everything...
#39
got mine today, very sexy and very sleek! waiting on delivery of my hdmi cable tmw - will add my thoughts then

also this is still in stock so not sure why it has been expired.

thanks op - rep added!
#40
e_munky

also this is still in stock so not sure why it has been expired.



Price has gone back to £62.63, that's why it's been expired. Still a great machine even at that price. . .

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