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Philips Region Free DVD Player - 1080p HDMI Upconverting - PAL/NTSC 110-220 Volts

by Philips
485 customer reviews
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  • HDMI 1080p upscales to high definition for sharper pictures
  • Progressive Scan component video for optimized image quality
  • Screen Fit for optimal viewing every time
  • Play CD, (S)VCD, DVD, DVD+- R/RW, DivX, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX Ultra, DivX, SVCD, DVD Video, Video CD,
  • MPEG-4, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, DivX 5.x, DivX 6 - Progressive Scan - HDMI - USB
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The DVD Player with 1080p HDMI Upscaling and Multimedia DivX gives you sharper, clear pictures and the Progressive Scan doubles the vertical resolution of the image resulting in a noticeably sharper picture. Whatever you're watching, and on any TV, Screen Fit ensures that the picture fills the whole screen. And it includes DivX media format that is an MPEG-4 based video compression technology enabling you to save large files like movies, trailers and music videos on media like CD-R/RW and DVD recordable disc for playback on your DivX Ultra Certified Philips device. DivX Ultra combines DivX playback with great features like integrated subtitles, multiple audio languages, multiple tracks and menus into one convenient file format.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 11.2 x 3.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004BI6MVS
  • Item model number: DVP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (485 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,472 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 10, 2010
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611 of 627 people found the following review helpful By S. Hatayama on February 2, 2012
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The Philips DVP3560 shipping box contained the instructions to enable it to be an all region player. The instructions did not work. It probably works on other Philips players but not this one.

1. Please make sure there is no DVD inside the unit
2. Press Setup
3. Press the down arrow three times until you see the "preference page"
4. Press 1,3,8,9,3,1
5. Press up/down key to select "0" <-THERE IS NO SELECTION TO BE MADE!!!!
6. Turn off the DVD player
Congratulations! Your DVD is now multi region.

Luckily, I found the correct instructions on the internet. I only have had this player for one day. It is working well so far. Here is the correct instructions.

1. No DVD in the tray. The tray closed. The unit and TV on.
2. Press "Setup" on the remote.
3. Press the "down" arrow repeatedly until the top heading shows "Preferences."
4a. Then press "OK" and Audio will be highlighted.
b. Press the "down" arrow and the next category "Subtitles" will be highlighted.
c. THEN enter this 6-digit code: "138931"
Immediately the screen will show "Region Code 1".
d. Press the "up" arrow and "Code 1" becomes "Code 0". All Region or Region Free.
e. Press "Setup" to exit.
5. Turn off and then back on to remove green bar along the top of the screen
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230 of 238 people found the following review helpful By JetFred on January 3, 2012
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American sellers don't sell all-region players. The players are all-region capable but are set to region 1. They need a code to get the all-region capability.

This distributor (WorldWide Distributors) handled the all-region demand the right way. The item came sealed because the distributor didn't tamper with it. If you get a player from the US that plays all-region out of the box, the seller opened it and entered the code. This item was simply packaged with the sealed player and a sheet of very simple instructions for entering the code. I entered it and it played perfectly.

I immediately tried a region 1 disc, then a PAL region 2, then a region 3, and back to region 1. No hiccups, no video quality problems. You may want to buy a cheap HDMI cable to get the 1080p options. I tested it with component hookups and it looks great, but without the HDMI cable it may stretch all full-screen TV shows to wide. It comes with one composite cable.

Buy without hesitation.
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119 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Truth Be Told on December 14, 2011
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This is exactly the DVD player I've been looking for. It can play anything you throw at it and without a glitch. Make sure you run it through an HDMI connection if you're looking for HD quality.

There are just couple of things that keep it from being perfect:

For example you can't close the disc tray by pressing the same button you use to eject it. You close it by applying enough force to the DVD tray and unfortunately there's more resistance than I like. (**UPDATE**: The eject button on my unit had a change of heart and can now also close the disc tray flawlessly. I don't know how it fixed itself but I'm happy that it did).

The remote control does not work unless you point it exactly at the DVD player and I haven't had to do it like this in years so it doesn't feel as responsive as what I'm used to.

Those are all minor gripes and definitely not big enough to take off even one star. If you've been looking for a media player solution for your living room, this is it.
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Lainey Bug on March 4, 2012
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Purchased in January, 2012, died 32 days later with my DVD inside. Had to take machine apart to get my DVD. Worldwide Distributors did not respond to emails, nor could I get them on the phone. Shame on Amazon for dealing with this company. In addition, Philips will have nothing to do with 3rd parties and their products.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By voitel on March 20, 2012
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I have been using this player for several months by now. It skips on perfectly good disks causing picture to freeze. Spend more money and get a better player.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By R. Carter on December 9, 2011
This Phillips DVD player has been tweaked by the supplier to work on all regions. If it only plays Region 1 discs on arrival it can be set up by the consumer (see other reviews on how to do this), but mine arrived set up already. It is a compact, easy to use unit with a simple remote. It supports device control over HDMI so it will switch on and off an attached compatible TV and select the TV input automatically. It upscales to 1080p and the picture quality is good. There are HDMI, component video, digital audio and stereo analog outputs on the back. The digital audio is coax (not fiber optic) and passes Dolby 5.1 surround and DTS signals OK. Note that some TVs don't support DTS or Dolby 5.1 via HDMI and, in these cases, the player downconverts to stereo. You will need to disable HDMI audio and use the digital coax connection to your receiver to circumvent this.

In summary, a quality unit that works as advertised.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By JNPMLS on March 6, 2012
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When we first turned this DVD player on, we had some issues. The DVD root menu took forever to load. Then, after accidentally starting the wrong thing, we tried returning to the root menu, causing the player to freeze. (I blamed my husband's impatience and pushing too many buttons too quickly.) We couldn't eject the DVD either. Eventually, in a last-resort moment, I turned off the power strip, restarting the DVD player which seemed to fix the problem. For a couple days, we didn't have issues with my son watching a few short movies. One of my DVDs skipped and froze; but, I assumed it was an issue with the DVD. In general, I found the player slow to respond (But we did buy a lower-cost DVD player so I wasn't expecting great performance.) After about 1wk of use, the DVD player has completely stopped working again. This time, no DVD will load; it makes an awkward noise while attempting to load the DVD. What happened this time? My son pushed eject without stopping the DVD first. Though, ideally, he should have gotten the remote to stop the show before ejecting - there is only a power, eject and play/pause on the DVD player itself, I've never had a DVD player break because someone ejected the DVD without stopping it. Powering down, even unplugging, has not fixed the player this time.
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