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Philips Dolby Vision™ Capable 4K UHD Blu-ray Player Now Available

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RUTHERFORD, NJ, September 6, 2017 – A new Philips Dolby Vision™ capable 4K UHD Blu-ray player is now available for purchase, announced P&F USA, Inc., the exclusive North American license partner for Philips consumer televisions and home video products.

The new Philips BDP7502 player supports generic high-dynamic-range (HDR), also known as HDR10, and will support Dolby Vision™ HDR technology on Ultra HD Discs later this year following a software update.

The Philips BDP7502 plays back content at four times the resolution of current Blu-ray players for a stunningly detailed image, and pairs well with Philips 4K Ultra HD 6000 series TVs that support Dolby Vision.

Leveraging the HDR technology that powers Dolby’s most advanced cinemas around the world, Dolby Vision transforms the TV experience in the home by delivering greater brightness and contrast, as well as a fuller palette of rich colors. Dolby’s deep expertise in bringing advanced technologies from the cinema to the home has led to distinct features that enable Dolby Vision to deliver extraordinary viewing experiences to home consumers. Dolby Vision is the preferred HDR mastering workflow for major studios and a growing number of creatives, so consumers will have access to more of what they want to watch in HDR, including a robust portfolio of movies and episodic content.

From content creation to distribution and playback, Dolby Vision is an end-to-end solution supported by leading Hollywood directors, major studios and distributors, and TV OEMs worldwide. On-demand streaming services feature a strong line up of Dolby Vision content with more than 100 studio titles available today. Additionally, more than 125 hours of original content is available in Dolby Vision across leading OTT providers globally, and consumers can now access Dolby Vision titles on Ultra HD Blu-ray disc.

The Philips BDP7502 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player offers built-in HEVC and VP9 decoders for playing Netflix and YouTube 4K content. It also features 4K upscaling for non-4K sources. For the best possible sound, it offers both Dolby Audio™ and DTS-HD Master Audio. Connections include HDMI 2.0a HDR video output and 1.4a audio output to maintain compatibility with legacy AVRs, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Ethernet and USB Multimedia.

All Philips Home Video products, from basic DVD players to the highest end 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, are engineered to meet the FCC’s enhanced accessibility UI guidelines that take effect on December 20, 2016. Enhanced Accessibility enabled products provide a user-friendly experience for visually and hearing impaired users. With features such as a voice guide menu, easy to read and navigate user interface, raised guide dots on key remote control buttons and large format support information so visually impaired people can reach customer care, Enhanced Accessibility allows sight and hearing impaired users to enjoy Philips products. Philips is one of the only manufacturers that is complaint with the new FCC enhanced accessibility UI guidelines across its entire product roster.

The new Philips BDP7502 is available now for $299.99

About P&F USA, Inc.

P&F USA, Inc. located at Rutherford, NJ is a subsidiary of Funai Electric Co., LTD and is the exclusive licensee for Philips consumer televisions and home video products in North America. Funai Electric Co., Ltd., established in 1961, is headquartered in Osaka, Japan and is listed in the Tokyo Securities Exchange First Section (6839). In addition to the consumer electronic product brands sold by Funai Corporation and the products sold by other Funai sales and marketing companies in Asia, Europe, and South America, Funai Electric Company, Ltd. is a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) supplier for appliance, consumer electronics, computer, and computer peripheral companies at a global level.

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