The new Blu-ray player from Philips BDP5100

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Philips has predstavilat new Blu-ray Player BDP5100. As the producer, the new model allows you to watch movies on Blu-ray discs in progressive scan 1080p at the same frame rate as in the movies (24 frames per second) to ensure clarity, contrast and depth of colors.

In addition, HDMI enables a direct digital connection for video transmission in uncompressed digital HD, as well as the transfer of multi-channel digital audio without the need to convert the signal to analog. BDP5100 supports high-definition audio formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Aydio for 7.1-channel sound system.

Model supports the DivX Plus HD, which lets you view high quality video and movies from the Internet directly to a HD TV Philips, or on a computer screen. DivX Plus HD supports playback of content DivX Plus, as well as previous versions of DivX up to 1080p. In addition, the new Blu-ray player capable of playing movies and music in most existing formats MKV, DVD, CD, MP3, AVI, XviD, and others. One of the important characteristics of the new items is a function of displacement Subtitle allows you to manually adjust the position of subtitles for movies on the TV screen or monitor.

Technology BD-Live 2.0 provides the ability to download content from Blu-ray web and view exclusive content in high quality. In addition, BDP5100 supports standard DLNA, allowing you to view photos, listen to music or watch movies directly from PC or laptop. Streaming in this standard through a wired or wireless connection (using WiFi USB adapter).

Function Net TV provides access to a wide range of Internet resources, such as YouTube. Available USB 2.0 connector on the front panel lets you connect the player, external hard drives and memory cards.