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Phillips BDP 2700 BluRay Player £57.00 ASDA Instore

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Doncaster, Carcroft They had at least 10. And prob a lot more in the back. I never bought one because i have the newer model. So don't ask for recipt proof :D

Model: BDP2700
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#1
yeah don't ask for proof you mofos 8)
#2
would be nice to know which model they have.
#3
HOT. Great player at a great price, bought one recently from ASDA.
#4
I got one 2 weeks ago from Charlton/Greenwich Asda - great spare bluray player!
#5
nice price
1 Like #6
its the 2000 series as i was looking at them
#7
BDP 2700
#8
Been on sale in Asda at this price for months now so not a new deal. This has been posted lots of times in the past.
#9
Hehe, queue the great BD player debate! This one's better than this one, it's been cheaper 200 million years before etc etc :p
#10
Nothing in the EAstbourne Asda (as usual)
#11
Bought this player just after christmas from ASDA for £57. Thoought it was a good price after looking at other stores on internet. Very impressed with player considering others are around the £100 mark. Plays all disks and also has USB port. Could not justify spending anymore with technology moving so fast

The model i revieved was more slimline than the picture (see below)

http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/b/bdp2700_79/bdp2700_79_rtp_.jpg
#12
philscales336
Bought this player just after christmas from ASDA for £57. Thoought it was a good price after looking at other stores on internet. Very impressed with player considering others are around the £100 mark. Plays all disks and also has USB port. Could not justify spending anymore with technology moving so fast

The model i revieved was more slimline than the picture (see below)


http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/b/bdp2700_79/bdp2700_79_rtp_.jpg


Same for me too, although I managed to get one of these when they were available for online order and collect in store. I have checked regularly in my store in Warrington and have never seen any in stock on the shelves although the shelf edge price ticket is still there.

Great machine for the money, and the usb port so far has played anything I have thrown at it so far.
#13
Hmm, tempting. Any flaws with it? (Ones that would warrant buying a £100 model I mean)
#15
For info they have these at ASDA Halesowen at this price, was tempted, but OH said doesn't the PS3 play Bluerays and then I was stuck for a reason for buying it.
#16
LOL Depends on the store. This wasn't in Carcroft last week :D
1 Like #17
J_Staunton
Hmm, tempting. Any flaws with it? (Ones that would warrant buying a £100 model I mean)


It can be a bit loud on load up of disk, but don't know if this is the case with other BR players as this is the only one I have owned.

General ease of use and quality of OSD is really good in my opinion, and can't see any downsides to buying this compared to more expensive models.

If you want something with internet streaming for Lovefilm etc then this is not to go for as believe some of the more expensive models have this as an option. This wasn't important to me, my telly has this function and I never use it anyway...

So far so good for me, and its had far more use than I thought as that usb port is a godsend for playing avi files.....
#18
chrisbenwalker
J_Staunton
Hmm, tempting. Any flaws with it? (Ones that would warrant buying a £100 model I mean)


It can be a bit loud on load up of disk, but don't know if this is the case with other BR players as this is the only one I have owned.

General ease of use and quality of OSD is really good in my opinion, and can't see any downsides to buying this compared to more expensive models.

If you want something with internet streaming for Lovefilm etc then this is not to go for as believe some of the more expensive models have this as an option. This wasn't important to me, my telly has this function and I never use it anyway...

So far so good for me, and its had far more use than I thought as that usb port is a godsend for playing avi files.....


Thanks, the lovefilm stuff would literally be useless to me so I guess this model is what I want. I take it the player will play avis of normal films, and not BR avis? (do they even exist?)
#19
dont see point, bluray will be dead in 12 months, will go same way as hd dvd, sony havent even bothered showing bluray at this yrs ces, only accounts for 4% of dvd sales, i rather buy a cheap upscaler, does me fine
#20
hot 8)
1 Like #21
lol Yeah you stick to your upscaler. I'm guessing you have a small tv? Because my upscaler is nothing on a blu ray player
welsh_andy
dont see point, bluray will be dead in 12 months, will go same way as hd dvd, sony havent even bothered showing bluray at this yrs ces, only accounts for 4% of dvd sales, i rather buy a cheap upscaler, does me fine
1 Like #22
An upscaler does not compare to a Blu Ray. You can't enhance detail that isn't there. Blu Ray players have been falling steadily in price and so have the films.

When DVD came out, the enticement was cheap films but expensive players. This time around, the films were expensive but the players are cheap (relatively). This hasn't helped quick take-up. Theres now only a few quid between Blu Ray and DVD (same title) if you shop around.

If you have a HD TV and watch SD content on it, then what's the point?

Blu Ray is here to stay. BR and HD-DVD were competing to do the same thing, someone had to lose. Same with Betamax and VHS, and VHS didn't die a year after Betamax. No viable technology better than Blu Ray at the moment, so why would it be dead in a year?

Good deal on a good player.
#23
Epic price.

Does it have BBC iPlayer or YouTube? My TV supports YouTube, but it's far too clunky trying to access anything.
#24
diabeticguy
Nothing in the EAstbourne Asda (as usual)

Did you notice if they had any butterfly wing king prawns?
#25
welsh_andy
dont see point, bluray will be dead in 12 months, will go same way as hd dvd, sony havent even bothered showing bluray at this yrs ces, only accounts for 4% of dvd sales, i rather buy a cheap upscaler, does me fine


LOL.

You do realise you can't polish a ****, right?
#26
old or new deal, but still HOT :3
#27
coco2007
welsh_andy
dont see point, bluray will be dead in 12 months, will go same way as hd dvd, sony havent even bothered showing bluray at this yrs ces, only accounts for 4% of dvd sales, i rather buy a cheap upscaler, does me fine
LOL.You do realise you can't polish a ****, right?
And will you be polishing YOUR **** when the next big thing comes out next year ?
#28
Next year? Who told you that? I have been told whats next to come. And thats a long time away
PhilK
coco2007
welsh_andy
dont see point, bluray will be dead in 12 months, will go same way as hd dvd, sony havent even bothered showing bluray at this yrs ces, only accounts for 4% of dvd sales, i rather buy a cheap upscaler, does me fine
LOL.You do realise you can't polish a ****, right?
And will you be polishing YOUR **** when the next big thing comes out next year ?

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