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    HTS5590 Playback

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    Can the HTS5590 blu-ray player play all h.264/avc files (.mkv)? Specifically high profiles eg. 4.1 and 5.1. What about 10-bit avc files, Hi10P. Do embedded subtitles in mkv files work properly? Also, does it matter whether you use DLNA or usb connection (regarding playback of any file)?

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    Hello Gonan,

    the answer for MKV is yes.

    For further details, have you tried to check in the online manual and datasheet of this HTS model?

    a) http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/d...ctn=HTS5590/12

    b) http://download.p4c.philips.com/file...12_dfu_aen.pdf

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    Well the manual states that it does play AVCHD, but it's not that simple. For example my friend has an LG blu-ray player and it plays most mkv files but not all. I suppose it depends on the codec specifications. Nettle, do you actually own the device or have you tested different files on it?

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    Dear Gonan,

    as you can see in my profile (below the avatar) I've got the HTS 7140 soundbar.

    I've tested only the standard MKV files and they work well.

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