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Netflix YouTube Built-in Wi-Fi HD Media player

Enjoy Netflix and YouTube on your TV with this compact media player with built in wifi HD Media player. The HMP2000 comes integrated with Netflix and YouTube and has HDMI to connect to your HD TV and a USB port to view video or photos

To get this price you need to add to basket then apply the 40% discount code: dclm3f36a5

Note this code appears to give 40% off ALL Philips products on their site!

note! Before buying please check specifications are suitable for your requirements, I mention this as some people have highlighted that this basic Netflix/Youtube HD Wifi media player may have some limitations in so far as not providing extra features that are not listed or indicated as being capable or providing, note that it also does not make tea inline with that facility not being listed.
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The_Hoff
Get the WDTV Live SMP for £70 notes, better all round (than the Roku IMO).

I agree but it is double the price - most things are better when they cost double.

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#1
More info here: http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/h/hmp2000_05/hmp2000_05_pss_eng.pdf

Not sure what everyone thinks about this but thought it looked quite handy for those wanting Netflix without spending too much.
1 Like #2
if you want to get USA Netflix which is much better than the UK Netflix, make sure you can change the DNS on this box, otherwise you would have to change at your router, which is a pain
2 Likes #3
not great reviews on amazon.. basically its a lot like the Roku .. limited content providers (so in the uk lovefilm has a much bigger choice than netflix and it only does netflix) and critically like the roku you cannot network share or dlna media on other devices .. also reports poor codec support

.. i guess if you need it just for netflix only and want something cheap @ £35 it might be a goer for you

Edited By: hyenadog on Aug 11, 2012 18:52
#4
10.1% TCB
#5
Cheap price but poor reviews and a superseded model.
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#7
Anyone know exactly what this is capable of, i.e. anyone got one? I looked at the Philips site but it doesn't seem crystal clear what it can do.
1 Like #8
jaysonic
Anyone know exactly what this is capable of, i.e. anyone got one? I looked at the Philips site but it doesn't seem crystal clear what it can do.

See review here:
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/av-accessories/philips-hmp2000-1065877/review

Better off with http://www.roku.com/uk

Edited By: kiish on Aug 11, 2012 20:36
#9
kiish
jaysonic
Anyone know exactly what this is capable of, i.e. anyone got one? I looked at the Philips site but it doesn't seem crystal clear what it can do.

See review here:
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/av-accessories/philips-hmp2000-1065877/review

Better off with http://www.roku.com/uk

Just read the tech radar revue actually but thanks anyway, will look now at your Roku link
#10
I know it's not relevent to this deal but can anybody help me with setting up Netflix on a samsung bluray player?I bought a Samsung BD C6500 but canno't see the netflix app in the samsung smart hub/app store,I've tried googling this but can't seem to get a straight answer.I think the player may be set to another country so doesn't list all apps available does anybody know a code or firmware that I could use to set this player up for UK and Netflix.

Hot price for this by the way I looked @ it along with the Roku etc but I think it will struggle to stream some files you have and no ethernet port by the looks of it.
1 Like #11
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LOTS OF BARGAINS TO FIND,,8)
#12
Cookey
I know it's not relevent to this deal but can anybody help me with setting up Netflix on a samsung bluray player?I bought a Samsung BD C6500 but canno't see the netflix app in the samsung smart hub/app store,I've tried googling this but can't seem to get a straight answer.I think the player may be set to another country so doesn't list all apps available does anybody know a code or firmware that I could use to set this player up for UK and Netflix.

Hot price for this by the way I looked @ it along with the Roku etc but I think it will struggle to stream some files you have and no ethernet port by the looks of it.

The Roku 2 XS for £99.99 has Ethernet :) Might be worth £99.99 tbh it has tons of good reviews but does have neutrals
1 Like #13
I'll stick with the PC tower & a monitor cable thanks.
#14
Cookey
I know it's not relevent to this deal but can anybody help me with setting up Netflix on a samsung bluray player?I bought a Samsung BD C6500 but canno't see the netflix app in the samsung smart hub/app store,I've tried googling this but can't seem to get a straight answer.I think the player may be set to another country so doesn't list all apps available does anybody know a code or firmware that I could use to set this player up for UK and Netflix.

Hot price for this by the way I looked @ it along with the Roku etc but I think it will struggle to stream some files you have and no ethernet port by the looks of it.

Does the info in this Link Help at all?
2 Likes #15
Get the WDTV Live SMP for £70 notes, better all round (than the Roku IMO).
5 Likes #16
The_Hoff
Get the WDTV Live SMP for £70 notes, better all round (than the Roku IMO).

I agree but it is double the price - most things are better when they cost double.
#17
thanks for that jaysonic handy to have bookmarked but its connected to the wifi fine just no netflix app there to download.It's got to be country settings but theres no function to change the country,just language.Thanks though.
#18
For the money looks great
#19
No xvid/divx?!

Pch still the best, followed by sumvision.

Good price for this, so still hot, but not a good device for all formats.
2 Likes #20
Android TV Box instead?
#21
Yeah this is clearly limited in what it does, basically if you want a cheap netflix box then it's probably about the cheapest one at the moment, except for that bloke that got a free desktop out the skip behind the pub of course.
#22
spannerzone
Yeah this is clearly limited in what it does, basically if you want a cheap netflix box then it's probably about the cheapest one at the moment, except for that bloke that got a free desktop out the skip behind the pub of course.

This ^^^^^

Otherwise look elsewhere
#23
Aeschylus
if you want to get USA Netflix which is much better than the UK Netflix, make sure you can change the DNS on this box, otherwise you would have to change at your router, which is a pain

I think you're confusing this with the Pirate Bay. UK ISP's don't block the US Netflix at hostname resolution stage, Netflix block your non-US IP address. Changing DNS server is a totally pointless exercise.

To access the US Netflix you need to use a US based proxy or VPN.
2 Likes #24
dck

I think you're confusing this with the Pirate Bay. UK ISP's don't block the US Netflix at hostname resolution stage, Netflix block your non-US IP address. Changing DNS server is a totally pointless exercise.

To access the US Netflix you need to use a US based proxy or VPN.

It's not pointless, he's referring to this:

http://unblock-us.com/

The service provides the equivalent of a vpn/proxy by using DNS. Their DNS server resolves certain hostnames to their servers, which proxy the requests to netflix or whoever. It's a good alternative to a VPN for devices such as this, Apple TVs etc.



Edited By: robjw_2001 on Aug 12, 2012 00:35
#25
Hows it compare to a Sumvision Cyclone Micro 3 ?
#26
Can it take XBMC then it's a great box
#27
Wow, it's got high speed USB 2.0 - that's so much faster than that old technology USB 3.0
#28
robjw_2001
dck

I think you're confusing this with the Pirate Bay. UK ISP's don't block the US Netflix at hostname resolution stage, Netflix block your non-US IP address. Changing DNS server is a totally pointless exercise.

To access the US Netflix you need to use a US based proxy or VPN.

It's not pointless, he's referring to this:

http://unblock-us.com/

The service provides the equivalent of a vpn/proxy by using DNS. Their DNS server resolves certain hostnames to their servers, which proxy the requests to netflix or whoever. It's a good alternative to a VPN for devices such as this, Apple TVs etc.



I use unblock-us on my Boxee Box,Xbox and Wii for Netflix.Does exactly whet it says on the tin and worth the money imo until U.K Netflix catches up with the U.S version.
#29
sicknote
Wow, it's got high speed USB 2.0 - that's so much faster than that old technology USB 3.0


sorry dude,

USB2 is known as Hi Speed
USB3 is known as Super speed
2 Likes #31
I use http://tunlr.net/ its free to and you can watch us netflix
#32
eggbarker
I use http://tunlr.net/ its free to and you can watch us netflix

Beat me by 10 secs. Great minds|
#33
Or just buy a second hand netbook for £80 and do more?
#34
Could you use this thing abroad using a VPN service to stream such things as BBC iPlayer?
#35
spannerzone
sicknote
Wow, it's got high speed USB 2.0 - that's so much faster than that old technology USB 3.0

sorry dude,

USB2 is known as Hi Speed
USB3 is known as Super speed

Thanks for clearing that up for me; I don't know my betmax's from my vhs's
1 Like #36
sicknote
Thanks for clearing that up for me; I don't know my betmax's from my vhs's


http://i1152.photobucket.com/albums/p490/_fanpages/Its_Time_To_Stop_Posting.jpg
#37
sicknote
Wow, it's got high speed USB 2.0 - that's so much faster than that old technology USB 3.0


spannerzone
sorry dude,

USB2 is known as Hi Speed
USB3 is known as Super speed


sicknote
Thanks for clearing that up for me; I don't know my betmax's from my vhs's


hehe sorry, I couldn't resist.....I have a feeling you do know your tech :D


Edited By: spannerzone on Aug 12, 2012 14:34
#38
shak
Or just buy a second hand netbook for £80 and do more?


Indeed, or like me buy an i5 desktop which does even more for a mere additional £300 ;)
1 Like #39
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