The Philips 4K Ultra HD player announced at 2016 edition of CES, has arrived in the US market. The product comes with a compact appearance and square lines.
The device are available in available two versions BDP7501 uses a chassis of brushed aluminum while BDP7301 is characterized by a glossy black finish.
Philips 4K ultra HD Blu-ray player featuring HDMI 2.0/2.0a with HDCP 2.2 and VP9 decoders, is built to output glorious 4K HDR content to the latest 4K HDR TVs from 4K HDR Blu-ray discs, streaming media from Netflix and Youtube, and also playback local 4K content from USB and home network multimedia. It support for a vast number of formats such as H.264, AAC, MP3, JPEG, HEVC*, VP9* (* on 4K TVs) and more..
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.
It comes with a TS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD delivers 7.1 channels of the finest sound from your Blu-ray Discs. Audio reproduced is virtually indistinguishable from the studio master, so you hear what the creators intended for you to hear. DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD complete your high definition entertainment experience.
Other features include the two HDMI outputs, an HDMI 2.0a format with HDCP 2.2 and in version 1.4a. Philips 4K ultra HD Blu-ray player is available with a price of $349.99.