Sharp BDHP21H -Blu-ray Player - £58.80 Delivered @ CPC/Farnell - HotUKDeals
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Specifications

Standby power consumption (Watt): 0.5
Power consumption (Watt): 27
DVD Video
CD-R/RW
JPEG Decoder
HDMI
Terminals: OUTPUT: HDMI (version 1.3), Digital Output Optical, Component video, S-Video, Video, 7.1-channel analogue audio out, Audio out L/R, Coaxial digital audio out, Optical digital audio output
Multi Language OSD
DTS Digital Out
RW Compatible
Other features: Full digital high-definition 1080p video output via HDMI, Dolby TrueHD (lossless, 48 kHz only), Dolby Digital Plus, DTS Digital Surround
Accessories included: Remote control, Battery for remote controller, User manual, A/V cable, Power cord
Dimensions -width (in mm): 430
Dimensions -height (in mm): 68
Dimensions -depth (in mm): 335
Weight (KGS): 4
Description

With the BDHP21H Blu-ray Disc Player, movies at home look livelier than ever thanks to the superb detail of full 1080p resolution Blu-ray Discs.

Enjoy high-Definition movies at 1080p with 24Hz frame rate (the same rate used for cinema content).

The BDHP21H conforms to Blu-ray Disc's Profile 1.1 specification which means it can offer handy functions such as picture-in-picture.

HDMI (v1.3, x.v.Colur, Dolby True HD, DTS-HD Advanced Digital Out). x.v.Colour lets you enjoy a wider colour space for still picture images. Quick Start (approx. 10 seconds in standby mode). DVD and CD Playback. JPEG display from CD-R/RW. Low power consumption (approx. 27W in operating mode and 0.5W in standby mode).
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banned#1
Is this not + vat?
#2
The price £58.80 is including VAT and there is free postage of items over £45 ex vat - which this item is

Hope this helps out :)
#3
dimebars
Is this not + vat?

£58.80 is INC vat
#4
Here's a review from 2008 @ £150
They rated it quite reasonably then.
#5
This is a hot price
banned#6
Good deal then
#7
dimebars
Good deal then

Yep
#8
Got this player for pretty much the same price from Macro about a year ago. Pretty good machine, no BD live which is a shame and its loads time are a little on the long side, besides that though, cant complain.
#9
bought 2 of these on the makro deal over a year ago ,not bad ,load time slow and its very noisy in stand by mode ,needed a few updates to play the likes of avatar etc hope this helps,
1 Like #10
mega old and blu ray 1.1, so no network updates or content if i remember correctly

bought one of these in the makro deal over a year ago too

sold it on eaby at a slight profit a week later

worst blu ray player ever

some films it didnt play properly, some were poorly formatted, kept stopping despite correctly installed firmware updates.....but they played perfectly on my sony 350

VERY slow!!!!

awful, save your money and get something half decent

my sony 350 is a million times better than this garbage and thats old too



Edited By: royals on Apr 08, 2011 22:25
#11
Same here, got this from Makro for around this price about 1.5 years ago, build quality is second to none with these units and picture quality fantastic, but there are better players out there now for not much more money to be honest.

Bear in mind these have no profile 2 support, or for that matter an ethernet port for any firmware upgrade to profile 2 for BD Live. There is no video streaming of DivX etc, or any known of firmware hacks for anything other than region 2 playback.

As a secondary player, or if ou are not fussed about anything other than just Blu Ray playback they are good solid units, but with other players out there for not much more, and having first hand experience with these players in 2011 there are better options for little extra outlay.
#12
Seriously DO NOT BUY THIS! It stalls and doesn't play a lot of blurays. They seemed to be releasing firmware updates every month specifically to address titles that don't load on it. I haven't seen any further updates since December. Decided to sell and buy a technika one from Tescos. Haven't looked back since!

DO NOT BUY! The worst bluray player ever (still it did come free with a tv! lol)
#13
Avoid - ours came free with an aquos tv from empiredirect (which was great). Slow to load (ie cars 1min), hated almost every new title that came out, noisy,**** OSD and poor build quality- ours lasted just over a year. Ebay was awash with them for years....
#14
Old, got mine 2years ago lol. Its fine for playing BluRays, beautiful picture, not sure why everyone's complaining, if you want a basic bluray player cheap and aren't fussed about having the latest tech that won't necessarily give a better picture at all, get it
#15
wow, a player that's worse than my world's slowest Sony BDP300 blu ray?

Hot for timetravellers circa 2008
Cold for the rest of us.

:D

Edited By: spannerzone on Apr 09, 2011 18:12
#16
capriboycraig
poor build quality- ou

You are joking. Its SHARP, not some funny chinese make. You could throw this off the empire state building and it would survive it.
#17
Blender
capriboycraig
poor build quality- ou

You are joking. Its SHARP, not some funny chinese make. You could throw this off the empire state building and it would survive it.


Absolutely solid build quality, taken this this very unit apart (as I usually do with most electronics) and it is very well built with a SATA connected Blu Ray Rom Drive, isolated power supply board and a very thick metal chassis.

Still think shopping around there are better players technically these days for slightly more money, but I doubt they would be any better built, in fact the majority would be lesser quality builds.

Same as with DVD Players, earlier builds in the low-mid end market were better build quality.
#18
Blender
capriboycraig
poor build quality- ou

You are joking. Its SHARP, not some funny chinese make. You could throw this off the empire state building and it would survive it.


err no. I treat all my CE very well - sure the aquos tv was superb (other than differing backlight levels after a few years) but the bdp was awful - el cheapo OSD and mech (which was what failed initially).
#19
cicobuff
Blender
capriboycraig
poor build quality- ou

You are joking. Its SHARP, not some funny chinese make. You could throw this off the empire state building and it would survive it.


Absolutely solid build quality, taken this this very unit apart (as I usually do with most electronics) and it is very well built with a SATA connected Blu Ray Rom Drive, isolated power supply board and a very thick metal chassis.

Still think shopping around there are better players technically these days for slightly more money, but I doubt they would be any better built, in fact the majority would be lesser quality builds.

Same as with DVD Players, earlier builds in the low-mid end market were better build quality.



I too dissected mine in order to repair it - I have no reference BDP to compare with but plenty of dvd units and the sharp to me ranked poorly against the likes of my panny a350 etc. Sata connectors on a unit thats never made to swap out doesn't strike me as well made....I stand by my comments - poor build and an awful unit that struggled with most new releases, took ages to load and had the worst OSD and user exp the wrong side of 1990. Mine shat it's mech just over a year old, and a few years back you could pick these up in there droves on ebay for £50 when they were retailing at £200+ - most of em sold as ahem 'customer' returns - ie job lot untested tosh.

I'm not knocking sharp - I managed a Euonics / Panny dealership for nearly 5 years and 90% of our loan sets for local customers were 21" sharp crt's - they took a real licking in the customers homes and being repeatedly loaded in and out of the combo's but could always be relied upon to work.
#20
capriboycraig
cicobuff
Blender
capriboycraig
poor build quality- ou

You are joking. Its SHARP, not some funny chinese make. You could throw this off the empire state building and it would survive it.


Absolutely solid build quality, taken this this very unit apart (as I usually do with most electronics) and it is very well built with a SATA connected Blu Ray Rom Drive, isolated power supply board and a very thick metal chassis.

Still think shopping around there are better players technically these days for slightly more money, but I doubt they would be any better built, in fact the majority would be lesser quality builds.

Same as with DVD Players, earlier builds in the low-mid end market were better build quality.



I too dissected mine in order to repair it - I have no reference BDP to compare with but plenty of dvd units and the sharp to me ranked poorly against the likes of my panny a350 etc. Sata connectors on a unit thats never made to swap out doesn't strike me as well made....I stand by my comments - poor build and an awful unit that struggled with most new releases, took ages to load and had the worst OSD and user exp the wrong side of 1990. Mine shat it's mech just over a year old, and a few years back you could pick these up in there droves on ebay for £50 when they were retailing at £200+ - most of em sold as ahem 'customer' returns - ie job lot untested tosh.

I'm not knocking sharp - I managed a Euonics / Panny dealership for nearly 5 years and 90% of our loan sets for local customers were 21" sharp crt's - they took a real licking in the customers homes and being repeatedly loaded in and out of the combo's but could always be relied upon to work.



agree it is awful....everything from awful ui, its huge compared to newer players (almost twice that of a sony 480), slow loading, doesnt like new films much, ours kept stopping......firmware issues too have to constantly update with the net is a pain
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