Philips DVP3982 1080p Upconversion Progressive Scan DVD Player w/HDMI (Black)
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- Philips DVP3982 Full HD 1080p DVD Player General Features: Black color
- Plays CD, (S)VCD, DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW Full HD 1080p upconversion
- DivX Ultra Certified for enhanced playback of DivX videos
- Plays DivX, MP3, WMA and JPEG digital camera photos
- 12-bit/108 MHz video processing for sharp, natural images
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Top Customer Reviews
This was purchases as a replacement for another xvid/avi/divx player that failed after many years of use. My expectations were fairly low. Play back carefully encoded xvid files, scale the videos appropriately and use whatever connector my receiver and/or TV required.
Initially, this player was connected via component video cables, then when a new TV arrived, we switched to HDMI for easier connections. Both of these connections has worked as expected.
DVD Video performance is, uh, beautiful. DVDs are up scaled to 1080i very nicely.
Audio performance has been good too. Since migrating to a newer HDTV, surround sound output hasn't been tested since the HDMI goes into the TV only. Our connections currently do not support surround sound, but it worked nicely going through the THX receiver in the previous configuration.
Video codec support is mostly as expected, but appears to be less optimal with xvid encoded content than my other 2 very old hardware players. Stuttering and pixelation during playback is a problem with this player for most xvid/avi content I've tried. This is the main reason for only 3 stars.
Other players have infinite scaling while this device has just 2x, 4x, 1/2, 1/4 scaling. This infinite scaling deals with TV overscan, so it really is desired. Taking the same content to another hardware divx/xvid device, a MediaGate MG35, and playing it over a wired ethernet connection plays it back perfectly on the same TV.
Jump by time doesn't exist on this player. This matters for longer AVI content that you don't want to fast forward at 32x to reach the part you're interested in.Read more ›
The only good thing about the player is if I stoped the it in the middle of a movie and turned off the power it would start back up where I stopped. We got a Sony instead and it will do the same thing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works well but it didn't come with a remote control. I use it for my DVD'S that are not compatible with a blu ray player.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
After having for a while and very limited use went bad. Causes other electronics, including radios on another floor, to buzz loudly. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Rose Anonymous
I've owned this player for a couple of years now and it has always given me problems. It finally died on my a couple of days ago. Read morePublished on July 24, 2012 by Jacob P. Lavender
I cannot believe all of the bad reviews for this item. I had to check the model number twice to make sure. I have had this player for over 5 years. Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by Joe Phythian
I actually own 3 of these, two purchased brand new. I purchased these to replace my other Phillips DVD players (same model). Read morePublished on August 9, 2011 by H. Kuntzman
We purchased this DVD player new from another retailer. The unit worked well for about 6 months. Picture quality for an upconvert DVD player I have found to be average from the... Read morePublished on February 20, 2011 by S. Zerfas
Pros - Plays divx/avi/xvid and mp3 files. Has never fully died, had it for over a year and it will still play DVDs. Looks as sleek as higher end units. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by ohGr
Once again, Amazon comes thru for me. Not a suprise, as they always do. The DVD player not only plays regular DVD's, but also JPEG's, (Pictures) and Divx AVI's. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by S. VanGorden