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BDP2105 Blu-ray Disc Player - 1080p

by Philips
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: BDP2105/F7
  • Weight: 3.65 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 12.2 x 1.6 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00C8SHY7E
  • Item model number: BDP2105/F7
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,750 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2013

Product Description

Philips BDP2105 Blu-ray Disc Player - 1080p BDP2105/F7 Blu-ray Disc Players

Customer Reviews

We will not be buying anymore electronic products.
Dana & Bukky
It was slow responding and just sometimes didn't, it was hard to figure out if it was batteries, remote, or not pushing the buttons hard enough.
Celia Marquez
This is a terrible box for streaming Netflix video.
M. Mcclure

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Snavvy on October 5, 2013
I have a large collection of XVID/ DivX files in .AVI format. I have a lot of DVDs on DVD-R and DVD+R. This player upconverts to 1080 and plays all my movies crystal-clearly. However, it will not play perhaps 10% of my DVDs for unknown reasons and freezes the unit (must be unplugged to reset).

The connection to the WiFi was quick and easy. (There is also an Ethernet port so you are not restricted to WiFi.) YouTube and Pandora play well. Setup is very easy, the menu is clear, and the remote has shortcut buttons as well. Getting to watch a movie from DVD or streaming only requires a one-button click. However, I use Netflix through Comcast and like users countrywide, Netflix is painful and quirky to watch (if it works at all) on this device (though I have the same problem on Windows Netflix clients currently). Automatic updates of the Netflix client from Philips only seems to have worsened Netflix streaming. For this reason I almost never use this device for Netflix any longer.

Because the device is network-aware and capable, it updates itself (for firmware, UI, etc.), taking the headache out of this. It updated itself a day after I set it up. In addition to the BluRay and commercial (VOB/MPG/AC3) DVD formats, it plays MP3 and AAC audio formats (among others), XVID/ DivX Plus HD, H.264, MPEG1, MPEG2, and MPEG4 video formats, and accepts the AVI, MKV, and MP4 containers (though I haven't confirmed the MP4 capability). There is a USB port on the front of the device and, in fact, this is the unit's major feature to me -- I play all my movies off my external hard drive, now, and bypass DVDs and Netflix altogether. Were it not for this, I would hesitate to recommend this unit at all.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim Tavares on December 27, 2013
If you're looking for a cheap region free DVD player that can upscale & play Blu-Rays this player is good for that. Out of the box its region locked to Blu-Ray Region A / DVD Region 1. The following code will change it to DVD Region 0 and let you play your foreign collection. This code will not change the Blu-Ray region.

To set the DVD region:
Power on with no disc in tray
Press HOME on the remote
Enter 1389310
The last digit 0 is the region number you want to set it to. There will be no screen notification that the keys were entered correctly.

To check the region:
Power on with no disc inside
Press HOME on the remote
Enter 8520
The BluRay & DVD region will be shown along with a lot of other device info.

As for all the other features I'm not going to repeat everything Snavvy has said in his review. I can confirm that the device does playback mp4s with h.264 @ L4.1 / ACC 2.0, and embedded vobsub subtitles, from a usb stick. I didn't try any other media.

The youtube channel is sluggish because it tries to search after every new letter you type in with the on screen keyboard. I haven't tried any of the other channels.

I have a WDTV Live for all my network streaming needs. My only interest in this player is a Region Free DVD player that can also play Blu-Rays. If your primary interest is media streaming than there are better devices out there and I would suggest you get them instead if possible.

Just a word of caution. If you need a player for an old CRT Tube TV stay away from this unit. My model has the yellow RCA plug but not the red & white one for sound. But it has a digital coax connection for some reason.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dealbreaker on April 7, 2014
I made the mistake of buying this player on "sale" during the holidays of 2013 as I could not believe the price. As with the other reviews, the remote is very sluggish and you will end up clicking on things twice and the unit registers the commands late so you end up skipping items or doing something you didn't intend to do. Vudu and Youtube also tends to freeze, which indicated to me that this unit is just awful when it comes to streaming any type of video I threw at it. Picasa was fine at best, but the remote response is so slow I ended up going online on my phone/computer to view my photos instead. And as with the other reviewers, Netflix playback was good for a few minutes, then it gets sluggish, whether it's on Wi-Fi or a physical Ethernet cord (I tried both methods to test the connection and I determined that is was the actual unit and not my service provider).

But not only does the sluggish response affect the remote, it also governs the actual unit as well, as I have pressed the power button on the unit several times to eject or turn off the player and nothing happened for almost a full minute! I tried to stick by the product and go to Philips' support website and update the necessary drivers/software, but lo and behold, I already had the current software/drivers. The picture is clear, but that's more so due to the HDTV, not this terrible piece of hardware that I still cannot believe I paid actual money for.

In the recent weeks this unit has also stopped playback of any and all Blu-ray discs and regular DVDs. Any disc I place into the unit does not get detected by the player, so I thought maybe the lens was dirty. I had it cleaned; which is funny because the technician that serviced it said it wasn't dirty (after he took my money of course).
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