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Philips BDP3010


$190.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Plays Blu-ray and DVDs reliably, deals with scratches fairly well. Video output is lossless, very crisp and at full resolution/framerate. Clean design and finish, no excessive details in the front panel.

The Cons:Takes a fair amount of time to turn on before you can open the disk tray. No memory of where a disk left off when it is removed. Can't be re-coded to work with internationally coded Blu-rays.

The Philips BDP3010 is an entry-level Blu-ray Disc player set to be released on September 15th, 2009. The BDP3010 was announced by Philips at CES 2009 in Las Vegas, along with the BDP5010 and BDP7310. Little is currently known about this Blu-ray player, save for some basic details that have already been announced.

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Product Shot 2 The BDP3010 features full 1080p video output at 24 frames per second to provide an original cinematic experience. The Philips BDP3010 is a profile 1.1 player, meaning Bonus View features are supported but BD Live internet connectivity is not. Additionally, standard DVDs can be played and upconverted on this unit to 1080p with progressive scan. Users will also be able to view photo slideshows on this player with its included SD memory card slot. A remote control is also included.

Features

  • Profile 1.1
  • Bonus View
  • 1080p DVD upconversion
  • 24 fps
  • SD card slot
  • Remote control

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    plays Blu-ray and DVDs reliably, deals with scratches fairly well

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    video output is lossless, very crisp and at full resolution/framerate

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    clean design and finish, no excessive details in the front panel

Cons
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    takes a fair amount of time to turn on before you can open the disk tray

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    no memory of where a disk left off when it is removed

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    can't be re-coded to work with internationally coded Blu-rays

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    no RCA audio output, only audio output is through HDMI, very narrow compatibility with home theater systems

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