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Samsung BD-P1000 Blu Ray DVD player - £209.68

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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
Last year this was over £1000. Granted its about to be discontinued but its rather cheaper than a PS3.
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#1
Cheaper than a PS3, yes, but PS3 has a LOT more features.
#2
£1000 down to £200 already. Has to be a VFM at that price. Voted HOT
#3
Voted Hot :thumbsup:
#4
Quote:
"The BD-P1000 Blu-ray disc (BD) player lets consumers take full advantage of high-definition displays, playing content at native 720p or 1080i video resolutions."

So no 1080p ??
#5
darkovo
Quote:
"The BD-P1000 Blu-ray disc (BD) player lets consumers take full advantage of high-definition displays, playing content at native 720p or 1080i video resolutions."

So no 1080p ??


You probably don't have a 1080p tv anyway :roll:

Plus this is the old model
#6
Its out of stockl.
#7
Jonsend
Its out of stockl.


4 in 2–3 days

not much, sure they'd get more if the demand increases though..
#8
Still to expensive at £200 , maybe if it was £50 i would buy it :-D
#9
PC World Business has it at exactly the same price with the same stock levels. I think it’s very likely one of these phantom items that are shared across multiple websites at low prices but don’t actually exist. I’ve come across this when using the Google price check feature at various times and have got to recognise the signature.
If you try and buy one please let us know if you are successful because I now dismiss these sorts of things as plain bogus. I’d be happy to be proved wrong.

http://www.pcwb.com/catalogue/item/SAMPLY1?speedtrapid=froogle&lead=froogle
#10
Its a centralised warehouse system. Warehouse 1 has no stock but the suppliers stock is then listed at 2-4 days delivery time (giving enough time to move the stock from the suppliers warehouse into the centralised main warehouse.
#11
Jonsend
Its out of stockl.

Just as well this got very bad reviews.
#12
freeDUMB
You probably don't have a 1080p tv anyway :roll:

Plus this is the old model



hmmm why is that then ????? quite few 1080p on the market
#14
It's a good price for entry level but its not great kit

Saw it in Costco three weeks ago for 230 ish and was amazed cos it was still selling for about 500 in places
#15
eek
Its a centralised warehouse system. Warehouse 1 has no stock but the suppliers stock is then listed at 2-4 days delivery time (giving enough time to move the stock from the suppliers warehouse into the centralised main warehouse.

I appreciate that they’re all linked to the same supplier. I’m particularly referring to cases where unusually low prices appear on the Google price search for an item that everybody is showing at the same price and as being out of stock. In these cases I think that it’s bogus although I could be wrong. I’ve never actually tried placing an order so I may just be being cynical here. Maybe I’ll try order one of these and see how it goes. :w00t:
#16
To me this is rubbish , here was Cnet said

Editor's note, updated 12/18/06: This review has been re-rated once again to accord with re-testing against the Toshiba HD-A1 as well as newer Blu-ray players, such as the [COLOR=#0048c0]Philips BDP9000[/COLOR], the [COLOR=#0048c0]Panasonic DMP-BD10[/COLOR] and the [COLOR=#0048c0]Sony PlayStation 3[/COLOR]. With the latest firmware update, the Blu-ray video playback performance of the Samsung was identical to the other Blu-ray players we tested.

Also check out the reviews , no wonder why its £200....i would i give this a miss if i was you and save my money for something more worthwhile
#17

Quote "Editor's note, updated 12/18/06: This review has been re-rated once again to accord with re-testing against the Toshiba HD-A1 as well as newer Blu-ray players, such as the Philips BDP9000, the Panasonic DMP-BD10 and the Sony PlayStation 3. With the latest firmware update, the Blu-ray video playback performance of the Samsung was identical to the other Blu-ray players we tested."

It does support 1080P also.
#18
There are no 1080i TVs on the British market. All LCDs, plasmas and modern RPTVs are progressive - only old CRTs and RP-CRTs were ever 1080i, and afaik they never made it out of the US market.
#19
A-n-d-y
also check out the reviews , no wonder why its £200....i would i give this a miss if i was you and save my money for something more worthwhile

What’s the cheapest Blu-ray player currently on the market? I thought they were still expensive! I’m not including a PS3 in this scenario.
#20
To be honest i dont care as i dont want one lol

Anyway it says its not as good as the HD-DVD competition which is a lot cheaper , so i presume this Samsung blue ray is old news now?

If i did want one i think i would pay the extra for a playstation 3 or wait till the playstation 3 lowers in price which it i will do in time.....im in no rush to watch blue ray movies ...a movie is a movie at the end of the day
#21
all blueray players can do 1080P as blueray movies are all 1080p.
#22
Bet it doesn't and won't support the Java features on new BR discs.
#23
thats why ps3 is a good option if you want blueray as the firmware update we just had is great, and they can add features to it like hopefully you just mentioned so we can support the java features in the future.
anyway bedtime for me nn all ;)
#24
This can output 1080p, but with a catch - it takes the original 1080p source, converts it to 1080i, then de-interlaces it back to 1080p to be output.
banned#25
arfster
There are no 1080i TVs on the British market. All LCDs, plasmas and modern RPTVs are progressive - only old CRTs and RP-CRTs were ever 1080i, and afaik they never made it out of the US market.

whoa you should call play.com and tell them to stop selling their Toshiba 37C3030D that supports a max resolution of 1080i
#26
Proximo
whoa you should call play.com and tell them to stop selling their Toshiba 37C3030D that supports a max resolution of 1080i


No it doesn't, it's 1366*768 :-)

Input resolution is something else entirely.....
banned#27
arfster
No it doesn't, it's 1366*768 :-)

Input resolution is something else entirely.....

whatever...... http://206.222.31.196/images/smilies/coffee.gif
#28
whatever? err you started the flaming ..whatever.

1080p or i is a native resolution of 1920x1080.many sets as low as 1024x768 will boast 1080i support but this means nothing
banned#29
betelgeus
whatever? err you started the flaming ..whatever.

1080p or i is a native resolution of 1920x1080.many sets as low as 1024x768 will boast 1080i support but this means nothing

Flaming? Hardly.
suspended#30
no hdmi 1.3 either. if you want to spend so much on a blu-ray player atleast save up and buy a good one. the top of the range can be got for about £450 or just wait a year for some decent prices.
#31
hajj_3
no hdmi 1.3 either. if you want to spend so much on a blu-ray player atleast save up and buy a good one. the top of the range can be got for about £450 or just wait a year for some decent prices.


Most people won't have hdmi 1.3 compatible inputs. Neither will many have 1080p capability on their flat screens yet. So for someone wanting Blu-Ray now who really can't afford the PS3 then this is hot.

But I would still stay away because in 6 months they'll be better ones for less money. Personally I'd buy the PS3 if you want Blu-Ray.
#32
A-n-d-y


Anyway it says its not as good as the HD-DVD competition which is a lot cheaper , so i presume this Samsung blue ray is old news now?



What HD DVD is cheaper ??

The HD for Xbox 360 granted is £130 / £100 but you need a 360 @ £149 / £199

The Tosh E1 is still around £230

And the XE1 is at £450 ?

I'm not a Blue Ray fan boy as I have the 360 add on but please get your facts right before posting !
#33
Obviously a mis-price, now showing @ £525.27

(£447.04 ex VAT)

:roll:
#34
It seems just a few years ago we were all marvelling at standard DVDs.

I'm going to hang on a couple of years getting a blu ray player, by which stage they're no doubt be selling for £25 on supermarket shelves and they're be another disk format just coming out...damn.

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