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Sony BDPS480B Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 28th 2012

Sony BDPS480B Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the Sony BDPS480B

Introduction

Gaining the coveted 5 stars when reviewed in the June 2011 issue of ‘What Hi Fi?’ this Blu Ray player has been specifically designed to handle the Internet, 3D and DVD all with the greatest of ease. It can also cut through bone, just like butter, (but only if you’re watching ‘Machete’ on it).  But is it indispensable or merely expendable? We dispatched our reviewer to find out.

THE SPECS

Today’s Blu Ray players are getting smaller and smaller, which is useful for space reasons and better from both a consumer standpoint (there’s less to pay for) and an environmental one. This is only an uncomfortable irony if you happen to be watching ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ on Blu Ray.  Joking aside, the BDPS480B is pretty small, measuring 19.9 x 43 x 3.6 cm and weighing in at an anorexic 1.7 kg. In today’s world, it pays to be space conscious when it comes to home entertainment, as more content is available, at a lower price, than at any other time in history.

Because it is a Blu Ray player first and foremost, your Sony BDPS480B will enable superior picture and sound quality, bringing you closer than ever to home cinema. However, I should point out that this will only achieve full potential if hooked up to a decent surround sound system and a 1080p HD TV.

This model will connect to the Internet, allowing you to surf the net on your TV the same way you would with your computer and it’s WiFi connection interfaces easily and efficiently with your home broadband.

The Sony BDPS480B also comes equipped with two USB ports, which are great for connecting memory sticks or portable hard drives in order to watch downloaded or user-generated content. They can also connect your Blu Ray player to digital cameras in order to watch your home movies, or show friends your holiday snaps.

And yes, you can use your mobile phone as a remote (Apple and Android only).

THE PRICE

Upon its release at the beginning of last year, this player cost £330, which is, frankly, a bit steep. However, right now you can buy it for £90 (not including postage), which is actually a pretty good deal. Amazon’s marketplace also has it available for as low as £70, which is even better.

THE PERFORMANCE

I’m pretty sceptical when it comes to 3D, so I’m not sold by the manufacturer’s boast that it represents “the new generation of home entertainment”. Luckily, you don’t need to watch everything in 3D, so this is still a worthwhile product for all you 3D doubters out there.

You can access any number of apps, which are perfect for streaming Internet content and do so very well. This means that you can catch up on last night’s ‘Mock The Week’ with the iPlayer app, but still enjoy new episodes of ‘Jake & Amir’ via the YouTube app.

The Sony BDPS480B boosts the quality of DVDs to a very high standard indeed, which means that you won’t need to go about replacing your entire film collection with Blu Ray discs (which, lets face it, if you can afford to do that in this recession, you must be golfing with the Prime Minister this weekend).

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

The Amazon reviews for this particular model are really very good. UK-based user ‘Steve’ says that he (I’m assuming he is a ‘he’) bought this to take the stress off of his overworked PS3. He goes on to say that the overall performance is better. Another fellow Brit says that the WiFi is actually only accessible by the purchase of an optional dongle, I have to say that I didn’t notice this during the review and it is not clearly marked on most websites, so I’m grateful to him for pointing it out.

‘Dan 46’ had a different story, however. When (s)he connected to a slightly older (yet still HD) TV, (s)he discovered that the resolution reverts to that of regular DVD, effectively wasting the money that was spent on it. It is worth noting that this is a common complaint among first time Blu Ray buyers and one that is worth your consideration.

Other reviews centre on the lack of connection cables included, which, when you consider also the absent dongle, is actually quite disappointing.

Our Verdict

This is a good player. At under £100 it is reliable and high tech. This is one that certainly won’t steer you wrong. If, however, you aren’t all that thrilled about 3D, you can knock £20 (or even £30) off the asking price by buying a 2D version, which is a viable option that could save you money. Overall, the asking price is fair and the performance is very nice indeed.

Features:

10/10

Performance:

8/10

Design:

9/10

Value:

8/10

Was: £129.99
Now: £110.00

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

Posted by Player Bluray | in 3D, Dolby Digital, Internet, Sony, Upscaling, Wireless | Comments Off

LG BD550 Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 26th 2012

LG BD550 Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the LG BD550

Introduction

The LG BD 550 Blu Ray player is what we like to call a ‘Ronseal’ model. Don’t make us tell you why. As simple as Forrest Gump watching Saturday morning cartoons, this Blu Ray is easy, user-friendly and hassle free – or so the makers claim. But is it cheap and cheerful or is it just cheap? We sent our intrepid reviewer in to find out.

THE SPECS

2.7 kg is rather weighty for a Blu Ray player; most of the newer models seem to be a good kilogram (or more) lighter. However, this model is a little greyer around the temples than most newer models. Released at the tail end of 2010, the LG550 was designed to be a ‘budget’ model and seems to have performed its task well in that time.

Blu Ray’s main selling point is superior visuals and sound quality, something which this model accomplishes pretty well. It even boosts the quality of your existing DVD collection. It is worth noting at this conjuncture that you won’t get much from a Blu Ray player until you hook it up to a 1080p HD TV and a surround sound speaker system. Connecting this, or any other Blu Ray player to an older TV is a waste of money.

This Blu Ray player is neither WiFi enabled nor WiFi compatible, which does impede it somewhat. It does, however, utilize two USB ports, meaning that you can view downloaded content, holiday photos or home movies directly from the devices. Despite the lack of Internet connectivity, the player itself boasts high playback performance and exceptionally clear audio.

THE PRICE

With an original RRP of around £250, this player was always a little easier on your wallet than its competitors. Today, despite being reduced to just over £60 (and as low as £40 on the Amazon marketplace), it is no longer the best value Blu Ray player out there. With other, initially more expensive, models now down to the same price, the LG BD550 Blu-Ray player is competing with models it was never designed to go up against: competing and (in the value for money stakes, at least) losing.

THE PERFORMANCE

The LG BD550 Blu-Ray player is a solid little run around that will play your movies and not much else. It does, however, do its job very well. Painful loading times are a common complaint of Blu Ray users and this little black box loads up quickly and easily and is usually playing the disc by the time you land on the couch (this does, however, greatly depend on where your couch is positioned at the time, so you can forget any silly lawsuits you may have up your sleeve).

Crystal clear sound and excellent picture are, by now, de-rigueur when it comes to Blu Ray and although the performance is excellent, this player has suffered from the influx of newer, better and much more useful models into its price range.

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

The reviews for this project (many of them a couple of years old now) are almost unanimously positive, praising the LG BD550 Blu-Ray player as good value for money or a tremendous purchase. Amazon user ‘Geekzilla’ praises it to the hilt, but mentions that the disc insertion/reading speed “isn’t exactly blistering” which is another drawback of buying an older model.

Elsewhere ‘CD Don’ described it as ‘wonderful’ and praised the device for its simplicity and ease to set up. ‘Mike’ says that it plays almost all media file types without any problem at all.

Interestingly, on the negative side, ‘TW’ (who I’ll assume is not, in actuality, Tim Wonnacott without further proof) slams the sound output, describing drop outs and, at times, complete, lasting silences. Another user, ‘Durmson’ states that (s)he “usually swears by LG products” and that the one (s)he purchased (itself a replacement for a faulty model) died after a paltry 8 months of use.

Clearly, the LG BD550 Blu-Ray player is a budget model and clearly, this was very much in its favour upon the initial release, but those nagging problems that you expect from cheaper models can now be avoided for the same cost. I just don’t see any reason to buy this one.

Our Verdict

Sadly, this perfectly serviceable and reliable Blu Ray seems to be heading down the same dark path that claimed Neanderthal Man, The Dodo and The Moa before it. Competition brought on by new appearances in its natural habitat has rendered it looking clumsy, outdated and overpriced. There is nothing wrong with this player except that you can get much better versions at the same price. It hasn’t done anything wrong and is still a generally good buy, but you can get so much more for your £60 that it just isn’t worth it.

Features:

6/10

Performance:

6/10

Design:

6/10

Value:

5/10

Was: £99.99
Now: £79.00

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

Posted by Player Bluray | in Dolby Digital, HD, LG, Upscaling, Wireless | Comments Off

Sony Playstation 3 Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 24th 2012

Sony Playstation 3 Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the Sony Playstation 3

Introduction

Over the last few weeks, we’ve sent our intrepid reviewer out into the darkest corners of the office in order to review pretty much every Blu Ray player known to man. This time we thought we’d throw him a curve ball (actually, it was a cricket ball and the poor sod suffered a concussion – sorry mate!) So we got him to have a look at the PS3. Is the PS3 as good a Blu Ray player as it is a games console? Or is that all a steaming pile of Rogue Warrior? We injected our reviewer with deadly flesh eating nanites and gave him 24 hours to review the PS3’s Blu Ray drive in exchange for a cure…

THE SPECS

For a Blu Ray player, the PS3 is big and cumbersome, though the slimline edition is better. However, when you consider that the PS3 is also your games console, it is actually quite a handy space saver. PS3 is a great option to play with your mates when you can’t agree on what to watch (or even a good way to settle the dispute) and instantly doubles your entertainment options.

For my money, the PS3 is the world’s best games console, so spending the extra dosh is merited in at least one sense. However, if you aren’t a gamer (and have no interest in becoming one) then I don’t need to tell you to save yourself well over £100 and look elsewhere. The quality of the Internet on the PS3 isn’t tremendous (remember that the PS3 is, first and foremost, a games console). You also won’t be able to access some of the apps, extras and other stuff that comes bundled with a Blu Ray player, although most of your favourites (Netflix, LoveFilm, BBC iPlayer) should be present and accounted for.

Also – Remember that just like any other Blu Ray player, the PS3 works best with a 1080p HD TV and surround sound, although you can hook it up to lesser televisions. If you’re entertainment system doesn’t meet these requirements, there is actually very little reason to recommend Blu Ray to you at all. Blu ray will work on lower tech, but there really won’t be much point. If it sounds silly, just bear in mind that a lot of people have made this mistake and wasted large sums of money in the pursuit of higher quality visuals.

THE PRICE

Although the PS3 has dropped in price considerably over the past few years, it is still a lot more expensive than the majority of today’s Blu Ray players (though you do get more for your money). Presently, Amazon is offering a slimline PS3 for £189.00 with free shippingand handling.

THE PERFORMANCE

As a games console, the PS3 is second to none, but as a Blu Ray player it does leave some things to be desired. The quality of the images/sound is superb and you’re subject to almost none of the playback problems that Blu Ray users frequently describe (it loads quickly and noiselessly). However, navigating the menus with a control pad is a supreme pain in the ass and sifting through the PS3’s many pages of options in order to find the disc (labelled, invariably, as BD-ROM) is annoying if you don’t instinctively know where to go.

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

A review on the ‘PC World’ site said much the same, despite noting that there is a PS3 Blu Ray remote control on the market to make menu navigation easier. The reviewer specifically mentioned what a pain it was to work out which buttons were used to pause, rewind and so on (there’s nothing in the instruction book).

At the end, however, the review stated, “The PlayStation 3 can complement your home theatre, but it falls short of being a full-blown home theatre device unto itself. That said, in my hands-on tests, the PlayStation 3 proved a reasonably agile Blu-Ray Disc movie player, despite its rough navigational edges”. I couldn’t have said it better myself (which is the main reason I copy/pasted it here).

Our Verdict

If you want a Blu Ray player, but are looking for a cheap alternative on the sly, look elsewhere. Kudos to you for thinking ‘outside the box’ as it were, but it didn’t work out this time.

If, however, you’re going to get a PS3 for the games and also want to use it as a Blu Ray player, then it will probably work out fine. The control setup will take some getting used to, but after a week or so I’m sure you’ll get the hang of it. If you’re on a limited budget and you can’t choose between games and movies, then the PS3 is a great way to kill two birds with one stone.

Features:

9/10

Performance:

8/10

Design:

10/10

Value:

6/10

Was: £199.99
Now: £159.99

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

Posted by Player Bluray | in 3D, HD, Internet, Multi Region, Sony, Upscaling, Wireless | Comments Off

Toshiba BDX1250 Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 22nd 2012

Toshiba BDX1250 Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the Toshiba BDX1250

Introduction

I spy with my BD eye (OK, I’m sorry – that was bad) a budget Blu Ray player that is now even cheaper than before! How about that? But is the Toshiba BDX1250 value for money or is it just very cheap? We dressed our reviewer in a fish paste bikini and dunked him in the shark tank at Seaworld until he agreed to find out for us…

THE SPECS

Unlike some of the more corpulent Blu Ray players on the market these days, the Toshiba BDX1250 only weighs 1.8 kg. Space saving is important these days because while property prices have generally gone up, DVD and Blu Ray prices have gone down and are still dropping (especially if you have Amazon or live near a CEX). These days, we can afford to buy the complete ‘Count Duckula’ on DVD for nostalgia’s sake, but we still have to live in a flat the size of a shoebox.

In a world like that; size matters…The smaller the player, the more errant discs you can stash behind it.

Blu Ray offers roughly 6 times the quality of DVD, but it is worth noting that a Blu Ray player really isn’t worth much to you unless you have an HD TV (with 1080p resolution at least) and a quality sound system. For all the marvellous quality of image and sound promised on the adverts, the reality will be virtually indistinguishable from DVD unless you have the proper home entertainment setup.

The Toshiba BDX1250 really does put a lot of stock in BD Live, a Blu Ray exclusive function that enables you to access web-only special features and additional extras on your TV. BD Live is actually a lot of fun, but the amount that Toshiba is harping on about it does draw attention to the fact that BD Live is the only way you’ll be getting the BDX1250 online. There’s no WiFi (meaning you’ll need to drag a long-ass Ethernet cable from one room to the other) and only a very limited net connection, which does not allow for apps, games, or anything else.

THE PRICE

It is here that the Toshiba BDX1250 really starts to show off. This is not the best Blu Ray player in the world (by some margin, it must be said) it is, however, one of the cheapest. Available at just over £60, the Toshiba BDX1250 comes into head-on collision with other, far superior, players available at the same price. However, the Amazon marketplace has this player available for as low as £40, which is a very good offer indeed.

THE PERFORMANCE

For a cheaper model, I’m delighted to say that the Toshiba BDX1250 is really quick to load. It starts up much faster than even a lot of the more expensive models. The picture and sound quality are also stunning.

Like a lot of Blu Ray players, the BDX1250 does make an annoying whine as it loads up, but this stops as you play the movie. All in all, I’d say that this is a nifty little number indeed (Well, I would say that if it didn’t make me sound like a circa 1970’s pervert).

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

With an aggregate Amazon score of 4.5/5, this is clearly a very well liked machine. The world loves a bargain, but only if it offers almost as much as the expensive products and does so at a much cheaper price. The Amazon marketplace is full of glowing reviews for this player, some of which I will now collate.

‘Jake24’ from Yeovil gave the player a glowing 4/5 review. He praised the fast loading times, excellent quality and, of course, the low price. ‘R.Napier’ from Wiltshire was also a satisfied customer, writing that although (s)he hadn’t used the Internet functions, the Blu Ray playback was “flawless”. The review ended with R stating that the Toshiba BDX1250 was “the best value Blu Ray player out there”.

‘David Glasgow’ also offered a perfect score, stating that the player was easy to use for the young, old and technophobe alike, which is always good to hear. We agree, Dave!

‘Mr. James C. Kellam’ (a very formal user name) from Scotland was critical, though, giving a (somewhat stingy, I felt) 1/5 review despite conceding that the playback was quick, quiet and high quality. He complained that the BDX1250 won’t play DVD-Rs, which is a real negative point. He also said that the product comes WITHOUT an HDMI cable and that the power lead is much too short. These are all very valid arguments.

Our Verdict

At £60, there are better Blu Ray players, but at £40 – this might just be the right purchase for you. It is simple, straightforward and easy to use, but severely lacks visual, audio and Internet options.

Features:

6/10

Performance:

7/10

Design:

7/10

Value:

9/10

Was: £99.99
Now: £66.37

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

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Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 18th 2012

Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB

Introduction

Released in 2011, this 3D Blu Ray player is the June 2011 Sound & Vision Test winner for ‘What Hi Fi?’ magazine. It looks great, it plays great and it is great…Or so we’re told. But does it pop out at you or is it still a little flat? We pelted our intrepid reviewer with rocks and bits of broken bottles until he agreed to find out for us…

THE SPECS

With a weight of 2.2 kg, this isn’t the lightest Blu Ray player in the world, however, despite being a little on the large side, the Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB 3D still won’t take up too much space. This is a highly regarded, big-selling model, which it would have to be in order to justify a larger retail price than we’re used to.

Blu Ray offers the best quality sound and image available in home entertainment right now and 3D Blu Ray is in even higher demand, but it is worth noting that a 3D Blu Ray player will not make a 2D TV work in 3D. It is also worth noting that without a 1080p HD TV, you won’t even get the best quality out of your Blu Ray in the first place. In addition, you will require a decent stereo system in order to really get the most out of your purchase.

This player comes complete with a built-in WiFi connection, which allows you to use apps, view streamed content and even make Skype calls.

THE PRICE

At £150, this is one of the more expensive Blu Ray players. It remains to be seen whether it will drop further in price over the coming months (the RRP in February of last year was £230, but we’ve seen far bigger reductions on others since then). To be honest, the price is likely to be this product’s major stumbling block.

THE PERFORMANCE

Fairly easy to set up, the Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB 3D glides along like a dream. Each model is equipped with ‘Ultra Fast Booting Time’ as the adverts boast, so you can buy with confidence that you won’t be subject to the (sometimes painful) loading times of certain Blu Ray players.

The Skype option is a lot of fun as well, as you can conduct conversations with multiple people and nobody has to push. In addition, the improved sound of the TV really makes up for the sometimes-dodgy transmissions received during regular Skype calls.

The quality of the 3D is simply stupefying and this Blu Ray can certainly provide you and your friends or family with a satisfying evening of home cinema.

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

Despite the vast majority of Amazon’s product reviewers giving it perfect (5 star) reviews, it only has an aggregate score of 4/5. The user ‘James Hagerty’ said that whilst the player was mostly excellent, the laser was very sensitive, noting that even faint smudging or scratching can cause big problems for the viewer.

‘Sunflower’ based in London, pointed out a very serious flaw that I didn’t notice (but definitely bears mentioning if it is indeed the case) that the Internet apps are limited only to those that are pre-programmed in advance. This means that whilst you will get Youtube and Facebook, you will not be able to get iPlayer (or any number of others).

Other reviews (by the delightfully named ‘Porkchop’ amongst others) expressed annoyance that the streaming is actually very difficult and temperamental, in addition to the claim that a disproportionate amount of file types are not actually supported by Panasonic players. ‘Mememo’ (despite offering a 4/5 review) does mention that the player makes an annoying noise whilst playing, something that was also mentioned in other reviews.

‘Tabbycat 23’ (who, I can only imagine is not an actual cat) gave a perfect score, as well as saying that (s)he could not discern any noise emanating from the device (and cats are supposed to have good hearing!), whilst ‘Mark’ adequately described the visuals (before 3D) as “staggering” which is a genuine plus point.

Our Verdict

This is obviously a very good player. However, with the recent price drop taking effect, is it worth paying nearly £70 extra? Personally, I don’t think so.

Too many of the reviews I collated were very critical of Panasonic’s ‘lazy’ customer service and of their Blu Ray players being nowhere near as user friendly or compatible as a Sony or a Samsung.

Blighted by unwillingness to play certain file types and an extremely restrictive WiFi, the Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB 3D doesn’t really live up to the hype. For £150, we have every reason in the world to expect more. This does not mean that the Panasonic DMP-BDT110EB 3D is bad, just that it isn’t as good as Panasonic think it is.

Features:

5/10

Performance:

5/10

Design:

8/10

Value:

7/10

Was: £159.99
Now: £139.99

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

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Sony S380 Blu Ray Player Review

Dec. 15th 2012

Sony S380 Blu Ray Player Review

Review: We go hands on with the Sony S380

Introduction

The Sony S380 Blu Ray Player has been on the market since January of last year, so it’s still pretty recent. Buying a product just as it drops down in price (but before it becomes obsolete) is an art form unto itself. You have to time it just right, so, if you bought this shiny black box of marvels, would you be on the winning team or would you just be wasting your time? Let’s find out.

THE SPECS

At a lightweight, almost dainty 1.6 kg, the S380 won’t cripple your entertainment unit. In fact, it is one of the smaller player’s we’ve encountered. It’ll also take up less space than an average player, as officially, the dimensions are 19.9 x 43 x 3.6 cm, which it pretty tiny. People like smaller technology these days, as even the most frugal movie fan must be space conscious, so it is very nice to see that preference being accounted for.

Like all Blu Ray players, the Sony S380 comes equipped with high-resolution picture and sound, although it is worth noting that a 1080P HD TV and a Surround Sound Stereo system will be required to truly make the most of this.

The S380 is Wireless LAN enabled, meaning that it will connect readily and easily with your HomeHub (or whatever Internet connection method you use). Due to this, the S380 grants access to the Internet, including online services like BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Lovefilm. When using the Internet, you’ll even get a bonus IP noise reduction function.

The S380 is equipped with two USB slots, meaning that this player can connect with memory devices (great if you want to watch downloaded content) or, depending on the product, other external devices as well (this model is especially camera-friendly).

THE PRICE

The Sony S380 Blu Ray player can be yours for just £80 (even less on Amazon’s ‘Used & New’) section.

THE PERFORMANCE

The biggest complaint regarding Blu Ray players is their booting up time. As a rule, these things can take ages to load. Not being especially technically minded myself, I’m not sure why this is (answers on a postcard, all you techies out there!), but I’m told it has something to do with the amount of memory stored on the disc. In any case, loading times will not be a problem if you have an S380, which boasts ‘Super Fast Operation’ and delivers. In spades.

With great visuals and sound, as well as the ability to boost the quality of your DVDs to almost HD level, this Blu Ray player is (for the moment at least) bang up to date.

When it comes to extra features, the options are seemingly limitless, you get music and film powered by the (rather tragically named) ‘Qriocity’ system, which gives you access to the hottest new flicks, tunes and shows, at the touch of a button.

As an extra feature, you can even use your iPhone, iPod or Android device as a remote control. How cool is that?

WHAT OTHER USERS SAY

Amazon users who praised this model, did so for its speed and high picture quality. They also praised the extremely simple setup and the quality of Youtube clips. User ‘Edd209’ posted that (s)he felt it was “the best Blue-ray player on the market for the price” and many other users expressed similar sentiment.

Critical reviews talk about the player being incorrectly labelled on some sites as being ‘Region Free’ when this is in fact not the case. They also complained that certain types of AVI files and home-burned DVDs were unplayable on this device. The main complaint seems to concern the streaming of the online content, which is not always high quality. This, however, has less to do with the player than it does with the quality of the original video upload (many of which are actually quite low resolution files) and the size of the television they’re viewed on. Spreading online content over a 1080p can distort the image significantly.

Generally, however, the reviews are positive, placing special emphasis on good value for money and high quality images/sound. A couple of users mentioned that they found a high-pitched squeal emitting from the player, but that this only lasted for thirty seconds or so before the movie played and did not interfere with their entertainment.

Our Verdict

Despite being on the market for over a year, this product is still pretty close to the top of the range. It is available at an astonishingly low price and provides high performance as well as user friendliness and efficiency, the complete package. I don’t see this getting replaced for at least a couple of years yet, so buy away to your heart’s content!

Features:

8/10

Performance:

9/10

Design:

8/10

Value:

7/10

Was: £109.99
Now: £99.99

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.

Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 business days

Posted by Player Bluray | in Dolby Digital, HD, Internet, Sony, Wireless | Comments Off

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