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Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray Disc and DVD Player

Believe it or not, there is a huge percentage of consumers who have yet to make the upgrade to Blu-ray. There are two reasons for this, the price of the Blu-ray discs and also having to replace a huge library of movies.

However, you might not realize this but if you put a DVD movie into most Blu-ray players they will upscale them. Okay, so they are not going to be as good as 1080p, but they are be far better in terms of quality than playing them in a normal DVD player.

To enjoy the best of both worlds we would ask you to take a look at the Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray Disc and DVD Player. This model comes with a host of features, one of which is built-in Wi-Fi, allowing for easy firmware updates and extra content from Netflix and YouTube.

Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray Player

If you thought viewing movies at 5 times the detail of a DVD was great, then you will also love the improved sound as well thanks to Dolby TrueHD surround sound decoder.

However, you need to make certain if you have the Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray player connected to a TV with decent enough speakers, as the improved audio feature above will be wasted.

Some of the Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray Disc and DVD Player reviews have been hit and miss, although on the whole consumers have been happy with the features and how well the device performs. For more details visit the Philips website.

Written by Peter Chubb

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