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Monday, January 12, 2009
CES: Funai Philips Unveils Four New Philips Blu-ray Disc Players


Funai Philips showcased the HTS 5100B HD home theater system as well as the new BDP 3010, BDP5010 and BDP7310 Blu-ray disc players at CES 2009.

P&F is a subsidiary of the Funai Electric Co., LTD, Inc. and is the manufacturer and distributor for Philips consumer televisions and home theater in the U.S.

High Definition Home Theater

The HTS 5100B is the first Blu-ray home theater offering from Philips. The HTS 5100B touts Full HD picture quality and features Deep Color technology. The HTS 5100B also supports 1080p at native 24 frames per second (fps) cinematic resolution, which is the same format used in movies, input via HDMI. Users can access extra features with Bonus View and preview content without leaving the movie with Picture-in-Picture.

Older DVD libraries will look better than ever as the BD player automatically upscales images to near full-HD quality.

Upgrade your existing Home Theater

The new BDP 3010, BDP5010, BDP7310 Blu-ray players offer full1080p at 24fps. Bonus The BPD5010 is upgradable to BD-Live and the BDP7310 is BD Live allowing users to access future online bonus content on compatible discs. Deep Color technology delivers vivid images in more than a billion colors and eliminates on-screen color banding. Helping make the transition to Blu-ray seamless, Philips upscales consumers existing DVD?s them to 1080p. The BDP7310 offers DivX and WMV playback.



Philips EasyLink allows easy control of connected devices via HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) function with one remote. One button does it all - the TV and A/V components communicate via the same HDMI cables that deliver audio and high-def video.

Model
Profile
BD Live
SD Card Slot
DivX/WMV
Available
MSRP
HTS 5100B 
1.1
Yes
June
TBD
BDP3010
1.1
Yes
April
$229.99
BDP5010
2.0
Can be upgraded to BD Live
Yes, with SD card
April
$249.99
BDP7310
2.0
Yes
Yes, with SD card
Yes
May
$299.99


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