Philips receivers for Berlin and UK

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Philips' set-top box demonstrations at IFA highlight the essential role of the Multimedia Home Platform (MHP). In the United Kingdom Philips is launching the DTR 1500, a compact receiver specially designed for Freeview. Philips is supporting the official ending of analog broadcast in Berlin with the introduction of the DTR 1000.

At this year's Internationale Funkausstellung in Berlin Royal Philips Electronics is emphasising the role of the digital set-top box asthe gateway to audio and video broadcast content to the home. A new range of ultra-modern and attractive set-top boxes, designed for both pan-European and specific European countries, is being showcased by the company.

Philips' set-top box demonstrations at IFA highlight the essential role of the Multimedia Home Platform (MHP) in integrating the delivery of feature-rich interactive digital TV content via satellite, cable, terrestrial and emerging broadband technologies. Three new MHP-enabled
set-top boxes for satellite and terrestrial markets, the DTR 4600, DTR 6605 and DSR 5600, are being shown for the first time.

Most importantly, Philips is supporting the official ending of analog broadcast in Berlin with the introduction of the DTR 1000, a user-friendly and enhanced reception quality receiver. This month Berlin became the first
city in the world to become completely digital for television broadcast.

In the United Kingdom Philips is launching the DTR 1500, a compact receiver specially designed for Freeview terrestrial TV, interactive digital Teletext and digital radio services. The introduction of this superior reception
model underscores the rapid take-up and popularity of interactive TV services by the country's viewers.

Other new test-winning models, for Germany and Austria, are the DSR 2015 and DSR 1010 free-to-air set-top boxes with or without pay-TV option, respectively.
 
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