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    Question Need a little help bying tv

    Hellow.

    Its a jungle out there so now i will try and ask in a forum, before i spend my money.
    Whitch tv does Phillips have that meets my needs :-)

    1: Mkv files h264 1080P with embedded subtitles. DTS decoder and dolby digital decoder. Usb and streaming.
    2: Play iso files
    3: Tuner t/t2/c
    4: Play iso files.

    I hope there is something usefull, thx for helping
    Brian

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    I think DTS is not supported by the newest Philips TV. The same for iso files. I think this not a media format.

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    Hi,

    for 1) 2) and 4) take a look at the Philips Home Media Player HMP (HMP3000, HMP5000, HMP7000). If you need a DVB-T2 tuner, you can only take the T models (which are only available in the UK).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    for 1) 2) and 4) take a look at the Philips Home Media Player HMP (HMP3000, HMP5000, HMP7000). If you need a DVB-T2 tuner, you can only take the T models (which are only available in the UK).

    Toengel@Alex
    Hi and thanks, i am not interested in a mediaplayer i already have the ACRyan, i was trying to get rid of it, and only have a tv, we soon write 2012 so the tv makers has to act :-)

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    Hi,

    well - DTS is not supported in Philips TVs - and ISO files, too...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    well - DTS is not supported in Philips TVs - and ISO files, too...

    Toengel@Alex
    Okay thanks, then i must look elsewhere, Samsung supports it, but not embedded subtitles in mkv, funny it is like that, first time a brand makes a tv with ultimative media player it will be a hit :-)

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    Just a a note: the samsungs do not support chapters in mkv either (and of course embedded subtitles as you already know).

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