Philips BDP7200 Blu-ray Player

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Introduction Philips first Blu-ray player, the BDP9000, quietly crept into the market in late 2006. Upon its initial release, the player cost $1,000, did not support 1080p/24 output, and lacked any means of passing high-resolution audio formats. The new BDP7200 supports 1080p/24 playback and allows you to pass Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD bitstream over HDMI and its MSRP is $600 less than that of its predecessor. The players $399 list price puts it at the lowest end of the price spectrum for a new Profile 1.1 player. The Profile 1.1 designation (also known as BonusView) means the BDP7200 supports picture-in-picture playback, but lacks BD-Live support to access Web content. Philips timing is good: the BDP7200 is one of the first new entry-level Blu-ray players to hit the market since the format war ended in February, and the company hopes to ...
 

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Atleast in India, Phillips IMHO should be avoided for the foll reasons:-

1) Cheap Quality & Greater Probability of things going kaput
2) Horrible A.S.S!

Have suffered & burned my fingers 3 times with phillips India, hence my strong views :(
 
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