Monday, 17 July 2017

Philips BDP7501 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player with Wi-Fi

  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) for impressive detail in shadows and brilliant highlights.
  • Plays 3D Blu-ray and DVD as well with real 4K upscale.
  • Dolby TrueHD for high fidelity sound.
  • HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 on all HDMI ports means years of worry free 4K interoperability.
  • Wireless LAN 802.11ac with MMO antennas for seamless streaming of online 4K content. 
Philips 4K vs 2K BDP Chart

Philips BDP7501 Blu-Ray Player with Wi-Fi

4K Ultra HD Performance for Years of Worry Free Enjoyment

With a 4K Ultra HD platform built from the ground up you can rest assured that your 4K Blu-ray player will work flawlessly with other 4K display devices for years to come. Featuring HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2 and built-in HEVC and VP9 decoders, your 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player will provide years of entertainment.
Philips HDR

4K Ultra HD Performance for Years of Worry Free Enjoyment

High Dynamic Range technology in Blu-ray Players when connected to a compatible 4K HDR television lets you experience more detail and captivating colors for an even more engaging television experience. More perceivable shades of blacks, whites and all other colors. This boils down to greater perceived brightness and contrast with darker shadows creating a breathtaking image.

Experience Movies in Vivid Colorful Glory

When connected to Wide Color Gamut televisions with BT.2020 video input support, experience rich colors almost twice as saturated as a standard television, which look more vivid and life-like to enhance the TV viewing experience.

Smoother More Realistic Color Gradations

4K Blu-ray format supports color encoding in 10-bit, which means 4K Blu-ray images can have over a billion colors making movie night an even more delightful experience.

Higher Peak Bitrate Ensures More Detail in Fast Action Scenes

4K Blu-ray format supports more than twice the peak bitrate of 2K Blu-ray which comes in especially handy when watching action movies which have fast paced scenes with a lot of detail. The 100 Mbps peak bitrate of 4K Blu-ray provides enough headroom to store the extra data required to encode high detail fast action scenes and avoid block artifacts.

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