Philips Aluminium Blu-Ray Player with 7.1 Audio, DivX, BD-Live  - £114.99 delivered at Zavvi

Philips Aluminium Blu-Ray Player with 7.1 Audio, DivX, BD-Live - £114.99 delivered at Zavvi

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Found 5th Jan 2011
There are cheaper bluray players about but this one is a bit different than the others and I love its sleek aluminium finish. The same model is £229.99 at Argos.

Revel in pure sensation at every level with the BDP7500. Made from real aluminium, it
ensures optimum audio-video experience, breathing new life into your movies and music.
Marvel at the sophisticated touch controls for seamless enjoyment.

* Aspect ratio: 21:9, 16:9, 4:3
* Picture enhancement: High Def (720p, 1080i, 1080p), Video upscaling, Progressive scan
* 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, DivX, Video CD, CD, CD-R/CD-RW, USB flash drive
* Compression formats: H.264, VC-1, MPEG2, DivX Ultra, AVCHD, 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.......


Looks hackable for DVD...

With no disc in the tray. Press the 'Home' button. Scroll to 'Settings' then input the code: 13893108520

A prompt should appear and that will indicate that the DVD region is now set to 0.

But not for Blu Ray.

It also seems that it won't auto switch 50/60 hz so R1 disc play in B&W unless you switch it manually.

It will play some MKV's, but not all.
I can't find if it supports NTFS or not?

newbie help

do you just plug your speakers into this machine,or do you need an amp as well


It's a blu ray player not an amp. It outputs in 7.1 but needs an amp and speakers.
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