Philips DVP5990 Reviews
Product Type: Philips DVD players
Description:Model ID DVP5990/12 / Philips DVP5990 - DVD player - Upscaling / Be impressed with this Philips DVD player with HDMI digital video and audio connection. Step into another home entertainment arena as you immerse yourself with High Definition video.
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Customer Philips DVP5990 Reviews (4)
by - written on 04/06/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
After I bought my first LCD HDTV, I only had devices which connected via SCART (DVD player and streamer), so the TV was really not being done justice. After some research I found that the HD streamers at the time weren't particular good quality and Blu Ray was still expensive, so I decided to just replace my existing DVD player with one that had upscaling capabilities. After a lot of research, I found myself with a few choices: budget DVD players for about £20 but there were a lot more negative than positive reviews, mid range ones for about £50-80 but the feature sets were not always what I wanted and the high end upscalers that cost upwards of £200. As ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Philips DVP5990 While these days more and more people download their movies online, we still enjoy your simple DVD player. We still like to rent actual DVDs from the local rental shop and there is almost nothing better than a great movie night. The DVD player feels very light and is black in color with silver edges. It has a very good design. At the front you can see the display and far left is the light that indicates whether the DVD player is on or standby. At the right of the display are the buttons for play forward and backward. At the back you have the power plug and the HMDI cable. The cable is not included. With the DVD player you do get a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/11 (Useful, 19 readings)
I picked this up for a bargain £48 off eBay after tiring of all of the extremely cheap players that my parents have owned in my house since forever! Movies and CDs would jump often and what you could do with them was limited. This has proved to me and them how not all DVD players are unreliable and poor in quality, I never thought I would see the day when I didn't have to worry about it breaking down or the quality being poor. Not only does it support normal DVDs but also your copied discs and most importantly the use of USB pen sticks. The inclusion of the DivX codec means that you can copy your .avi or .mpeg files easily and efficiently and watch them in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Useful, 361 readings)
It was time for a new DVD player and after a lot comparing, I decided to go for the Philips because of its good price and its many options. I only got him a week ago, but I can only say that it is a must have! It really is a super device, you can do a lot with it. The USB connection allows you to transfer your music, but also DVDs, from your USB flash drive or external hard disk! You can listen to music without problems. This means that you don't need to use DVDs. The only thing you need is an external hard drive with a USB connector where you can store all of your movies and music. You can scale up, this means that you can increase the resolution. It works ... Read the complete review
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