The Philips BDP7200 has a unique design and is Profile 1.1 compliant, but subpar Blu-ray image quality and the lack of onboard audio-decoding options limit its appeal.
The newly announced Philips BDP7200 has a low list price of $350, making it the first Blu-ray player that costs less than a PS3.
The BDP7200 has a unique design and is Profile 1.1 compliant, but subpar Blu-ray image quality and the lack of onboard audio decoding options limit its appeal.
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