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The BD570 from LG is a wireless network Blu-ray disc player that can play back online content and videos stored on your computer thanks to DLNA technology.

The BD 570 is a multimedia centre as well as a Blu-ray player, as it's compatible with several formats such as MKV,MPEG2, MPEG4, DivX DIVXHD, JPEG, WMA, MP3, AAC files and others either by wireless or by external HDD thru USB supports NTFS format so no file size issues

1080p upscaling of standard DVDs for better picture quality

Online streaming media services include Netflix, Vudu, CinemaNow, YouTube, Pandora, Picasa, AccuWeather
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#1
buy a sony bdp360 and save £70
#2
LOUGHBORO GUY
buy a sony bdp360 and save £70


Can you please confirm this model number, is it possibly BDP s360 ? can you post a link to where this is for sale at £100. Thanks
#3
have sent private message to you! it was on hot deals last week for £100
#4
why why why would you want a lesser machine fare enough if it was same spec but it's not please read reviews of the players b4 you buy then u'll know what ur getting
#5
LOUGHBORO GUY
buy a sony bdp360 and save £70


Think you will find the bdp-s570 is the nearest comparison to this machine and will be priced very similar when released.

Don't get me wrong I have a Sony TV and Sony DVD Recorder and got 3 friends to buy Sony Sound centres, I love there products, but the LG Blu-ray players i have seen and used ( I have bd390) and friend has BD570 and for additional playback functionality I think they beat the Sony Blu-rays and unless you think you are going to require 3D playback in the future this is the best sub £170 dedicated blu-ray player with extra media functionality on the market at the moment.

But looks like it is going to be voted on not understanding what it does and this is the cheapest this model can be had from an established seller in stock at the moment, but just voted negatively because you can get a lesser Sony for a £100 oh well.
#6
stephenjames84
Think you will find the bdp-s570 is the nearest comparison to this machine and will be priced very similar when released.

Don't get me wrong I have a Sony TV and Sony DVD Recorder and got 3 friends to buy Sony Sound centres, I love there products, but the LG Blu-ray players i have seen and used ( I have bd390) and friend has BD570 and for additional playback functionality I think they beat the Sony Blu-rays and unless you think you are going to require 3D playback in the future this is the best sub £170 dedicated blu-ray player with extra media functionality on the market at the moment.

But looks like it is going to be voted on not understanding what it does and this is the cheapest this model can be had from an established seller in stock at the moment, but just voted negatively because you can get a lesser Sony for a £100 oh well.


what about the bdp-s370 for £134 from amazon, how does that compare?
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masterruckus
what about the bdp-s370 for £134 from amazon, how does that compare?


No inbuilt wifi needs a dongle nearly £70 or homeplugs which will cost you again unless you already have them but can be run on ethernet cable. Only recognises FAT32 so fie size restricted to 4.5gb but does have BBC iPlayer, in my personal opinion if that meets your needs it is good value but for £35 extra still think the LG is a more attractive propositon as a ready to go out of the box machine.
#8
stephenjames84
No inbuilt wifi needs a dongle nearly £70 or homeplugs which will cost you again unless you already have them. Only recognises FAT32 so fie size restricted to 4.5gb but does have BBC iPlayer, in my personal opinion if that meets your needs it is good value but for £35 extra still think the LG is a more attractive propositon as a ready to go out of the box machine.


Thanks for the info
#9
What does this have that the SONY 560 doesn't? Reason I ask is that I'm sure I saw that for £130 in CURRYS/DIXONS, and thought that had all the wifi gubbins built in?
#10
N1Andy
What does this have that the SONY 560 doesn't? Reason I ask is that I'm sure I saw that for £130 in CURRYS/DIXONS, and thought that had all the wifi gubbins built in?


You have seen it at that price http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/sony-bdp-s560-blu-ray-player-03097488-pdt.html?srcid=867&xtor=AL-78 only plays jpeg through usb not divx mkv etc only by burned discs and not all file formats, no DTS Re-encoding if wanting to connect to non hdmi sound system and I think the wireless function is for updates and BD live don't think you can stream movies just photos with it but wait to be corrected.

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#11
I can see a lot of Sony lovers here and as stated earlier the only machine comparable price and functionality wise Sony do at the moment will be the bdp-s570 a recent review here http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/index.cfm?reviewid=3223433&pn=1 there are plenty of forums that discuss the merits of various blu-ray players not just Sony and LG that can help you formulate a considered opinion on a multitude of players, I like [url]www.avforums.com[/url]
#12
Lg Bd570 down to £164.00 delivered now at RGB

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