Released May, 2010
The Pros:Looks good - features a minimalist aesthetic with a black finish. Good legacy connection support - includes S-Video, Component and Digital coaxial output. Great for those who simply want to watch their existing DVD collection on a HDTV.
The Cons:Lacks a front LCD display. Not compatible with any kind of video files. Not capable of playing DVDs from other regions.
The Philips DVP3570/F7 is an entry-level DVD player released in mid-2010. This model is a step down from the similar DVP3560/F7, which includes added DivX media playback, USB 2.0 connectivity and a front panel LCD display.
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The DVP3570/F7 is well suited for HDTV users with an existing DVD collection. This player will upconvert standard definition movies to a resolution of 1080p over HDMI. S-Video output is also supported for use with older television sets. Compatible media formats include CD, CD-R/CD-RW, DVD and DVD-R/-RW. This means users can load a recordable disc with photos or MP3s for media sharing with family and friends. A remote control with batteries is included in the box.
- Full HD 1080p upscaling
- HDMI/Component/S-Video/Composite video out
- Analog/digital coaxial audio out
- Progressive scan
- Front panel LED indicators
- MP3 playback
- JPEG playback
- Media: CD, CD-R/CD-RW, DVD, DVD-R/-RW
User Reviews (1)
looks good - features a minimalist aesthetic with a black finish
good legacy connection support - includes S-Video, Component and Digital coaxial output
great for those who simply want to watch their existing DVD collection on a HDTV
lacks a front LCD display
not compatible with any kind of video files
not capable of playing DVDs from other regions
poor remote control - comes with lots of small, difficult to press buttons
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