Philips BDP7500 - Aluminium Blu Ray Player - 7.1 Audio - £114.99 Delivered @ Zavvi
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Philips BDP7500 - Aluminium Blu Ray Player - 7.1 Audio - £114.99 Delivered @ Zavvi

£114.99
10
Found 20th Mar 2011
A great looking blu ray - wont be everybody's cup of tea but best price I can find it.

It has been up at this price before but now back in stock.

It plays MKV according to Cnet
- montana78

read more about MKV playback on post 10
- montana78

10 Comments

electrifying !!!!!

Very pleased with mine so far.

Editor

nice looking. but i cant afford it at the mo so im voting COLD..


Kidding hehe heat added gd find.

what is the point voting cold if you cant afford?
You vote cold if is not good price, and hot when is bargain!!
common people!!

NeoTrix

nice looking. but i cant afford it at the mo so im voting COLD..Kidding … nice looking. but i cant afford it at the mo so im voting COLD..Kidding hehe heat added gd find.


chcezary

what is the point voting cold if you cant afford?You vote cold if is not … what is the point voting cold if you cant afford?You vote cold if is not good price, and hot when is bargain!!common people!!



He said he was kidding, you even quoted that part.

hahha didn't see it

jamesdew

He said he was kidding, you even quoted that part.


Editor

chcezary

hahha didn't see it


Was it ever out of stock since being posted previously?

Yes it was.

Decentbloke

Was it ever out of stock since being posted previously?


Advanced media playbackThe holy grail of Blu-ray players is the ability … Advanced media playbackThe holy grail of Blu-ray players is the ability to play video downloaded from the Internet. This might take the form of whole trailers from Apple's QuickTime site or whole TV shows from slightly more dodgy places.The great news about the BDP7500 is that it can play virtually everything. We gave it an MKV file to munch on, and there were no problems. We also watched the Tron Legacy trailer in 1080p via Apple's trailer site, and the machine gave us no trouble with that either.Although the BDP7500 can't get these files off your home network, it does support the use of USB memory, which is likely to be sufficient for most uses.Read more: http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/blu-ray-players-and-recorders/philips-bdp7500-review-49305308/#ixzz1HPqshJKq

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