The BDP7600 features full HD 3D playback, Net TV, DLNA, integrated wireless, DivX Plus HD compatibility and Philips’ latest CinemaPerfect HD processing engine.
As always Philips has aimed for a unique design slant, with a mirror-like finish and a tapered lower panel with touch sensitive controls.
Alongside support for 3D content, CinemaPerfect has been developed specifically to get the best from standard definition DVDs.
Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio are supported, while there are 7.1-analogue outputs for using with older AV receivers.
Not for the first time we’re looking forward to testing a manufacturer’s ‘super fast eject and power up’ claim, as well as the wide-range of supported file formats, including DivX Plus HD, H.264, MKV and WMV.
Last but not least Philips has a downloadable app allowing full control of the BDP7600 from a smartphone.
The Philips BDP7600 Blu-ray player is available now for around £200.