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Philips BDP5200

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      07.09.2015 19:59
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      Looking at the BDP5200/12 Blu-ray player, it comes with many different port connections such as the all popular USB port at the front, a coaxial digital port (ideal to connect to a surround system), built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet ports to connect to the internet. Not forgetting, it has a rear SD-card slot to access BD live media.

      Love YouTube, Twitter, and Picassa? If so, then you’ll love this player as it allows access through it and to other similar platforms too. It can also stream media as it connects to a DLNA server.

      The picture quality for this player is one of the best out there, and appears simple to use,
      You can watch movies with Blu-ray discs, DVDs and Blu-ray 3D discs in excellent quality with a HD TV. You can hook up other devices to it to view pictures, video recordings, listen to music and transfer all these files. It can read the following file formats MP3, JPEG,MPEG 2 and 4, , MKV, XVID, DivX, WMA, WAV, WMV, AVI and AVCHD.

      This player will allow you to access interactive content such as quizzes, games and trailers through BD-Live, which is accessible online or through CDs. There are also a multitude of online application sot access such as Twitter, YouTube and Picassa. The built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet cable connection makes this all possible.

      When you turn off your player at any point during a movie playback, either through DVD or Blu-ray, it will resume where you last were on the disc, even after removing the disc from the player. It will remember for a certain number of discs, a very useful feature it is indeed.

      The main drawback for the Philips BDP5200 player is that it is slow to start up and there is a slight delay when playing DVDs.


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