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Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray Player £99.97 @ Tesco Instore

£99.97 @ Tesco
Just found this in the Tesco at Cannon Park, Coventry. Think i got the last one there as it was in the display box but hopefully someone will have some luck somewhere else. Had a quick look on google … Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Just found this in the Tesco at Cannon Park, Coventry. Think i got the last one there as it was in the display box but hopefully someone will have some luck somewhere else. Had a quick look on google and cheapest elsewhere seems to be ~£130.

Features from sony website:

* Multimedia guaranteed with BD-ROM/R/RE, DVD-+Video/R/RW, CD Playback, AVCHD Playback
* Ultimate sound experience through 7.1 Channel HD audio bitstream out via HDMI (Ver1.3)
* BD-Live ready: Just connect the player to the internet and download the latest firmware to access studio-specific online content including trailers, interviews and other extras through your Blu-ray Disc Player.
* The Quick Start-up mode enables you to enjoy your Blu-ray movies already after just six seconds (6 sec).
* BRAVIA Sync technology makes connecting the players to BRAVIA televisions and Home Theatre systems from Sony a piece of cake
* The new XrossMediaBar guarantuees an easy to understand menu control, simple for everybody to use intuitively all of the players functions
* New Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology that converts standard-definition signals (480i) to 1080p and outputs a full HD equivalent resolution signal to 1080p TVs via HDMI
* With 24p True Cinema you can sit back and watch the film like in real cinema, without length or quality losses
* Bonus View gives you the opportunity to watch picture in picture the extra features, such as the director's commentary, without stopping the film
* The BonusView functionality allows you to view two separate video streams from the same Blu-ray Disc on screen at the same time
* x.v.Color allows the S350 to output more natural and vivid colours similar to what the human eye actually sees in the natural world.

First deal i've posted so let me know if anythings wrong, otherwise good luck to those that try to find one
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#1
any chance of a link at tesco.com searching doesnt find it
#2
nicp01
any chance of a link at tesco.com searching doesnt find it


States in STORE
#3
righto, good price, nearest big store is miles away..
#4
Quality player, Bargain!!!
#5
Very good price, heat added.

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3 :thumbsup:
#6
blanka
Very good price, heat added.

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3 :thumbsup:


Oh God, here we go again!
#7
blanka
Very good price, heat added.

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3 :thumbsup:


Or another £100 and get a REAL games console:whistling::whistling:
#8
rufnek2kx
Or another £100 and get a REAL games console:whistling::whistling:


Or add another £100 and get a PC :whistling::whistling::whistling:
#9
anyone worked out whether this is a deal or just a display box special at one branch. If it is true its a great deal.

R.
#10
blanka
Very good price, heat added.

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3 :thumbsup:


Where are PS3s £200?
#11
Biggest gripe with this player, it takes too long to power up when you 1st turn it on, until you can put the disc in.
Good price though.
#12
Maybe it was just the display model?
#13
The actual player doesn't seem to have been touched and the display price was one of the yellow special offer ones. No idea whether it was them trying to get rid of their last one or not but thought it was worth posting to give people the heads-up on a possible deal.
#14
marv140
The actual player doesn't seem to have been touched and the display price was one of the yellow special offer ones. No idea whether it was them trying to get rid of their last one or not but thought it was worth posting to give people the heads-up on a possible deal.


Its a great heads up if Nationwide. I'll pop in tomorrow to have a look. Didn't even realise Tesco sold these instore to be honest.
#15
blanka;5590251
Very good price, heat added.

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3 :thumbsup:

but its ugly
#16
dirty8
Biggest gripe with this player, it takes too long to power up when you 1st turn it on, until you can put the disc in.
Good price though.


It takes 25 seconds. I timed it.

Are you terminally ill? Why is your time so valuable?! :w00t:
#17
Scissorhands
It takes 25 seconds. I timed it.

Are you terminally ill? Why is your time so valuable?! :w00t:


25 seconds - Is that all, thought you meant a minute or so. It takes me longer than that to get a new dvd out the dam wrapper!!!
#18
ash.connor
Where are PS3s £200?


http://i985.photobucket.com/albums/ae332/jerry_hatrick/ps3200gbp-1.gif
#19
Yeah because all 1492 hot voters came away with a PS3 for £200 didn't they?
#20
I bought this for £220 when it first came out and love it! So needless to say I think £99 is a bargain :thumbsup: The price cut is likely to make way for the new Sony model(s).

The picture and audio quality on recent, good standalone decks - e.g. this Sony - improves on the the PS3. This also bitstreams HD audio to your AV receiver if you'd rather let it do the decoding, the PS3 won't let you do this. I can also easily use my Logitech Harmony One with this, something I couldn't do with the PS3. Indeed with the PS3 movies load instantly. But by the time I've put the disc in and gone back to my seat the BD is basically ready to play anyway.

If you want a do-it-all system that loads BDs instantly while letting you play games as well as working as an excellent media hub the PS3 is for you.

If you want a dedicated, slimline machine built to excel at one function and costing less than half the price of the PS3 or you want something that works with your universal remote then get this.
1 Like #21
For a Blue-Ray player, I think this is a great deal personally, I'm definitely tempted. ;-) But the issue that stops me from commiting is the price of the discs. I don't think the step up from DVD is that big to warrant the premium that gets charges nowadays. I'm a tight bloke, and I don't like spending more than I have to you see :thumbsup:
That and I have alot of DVD's, and don't even want to contemplate updating(aka. re-buying) them all. And to add insult to injury, the selection isn't nearly as good! My weird taste in obscure cinema is not pandered to lol.
#22
ParanoidAndroid9
And to add insult to injury, the selection isn't nearly as good! My weird taste in obscure cinema is not pandered to lol.


Yep, which makes this useless for me as multi-region is essential if your collection consists of world cinema rather than Matrix Trilogy rehashes...
1 Like #23
rheumatoid
Oh God, here we go again!


You know at some price point the "might as well buy a ps3 for blu ray" argument is going to wear thin. imo, it already has.
#24
I've had this player since last November when it was on an Asda deal with loads of free films.

It's a superb machine and does a great job with standard DVDs as well. There is only 1 bad thing I can say about it, it doesn't decode DTS HD Master. It decodes Dolby True HD which means it sends the info to my older amplifier as MPCM so I benefit from the better sound. But on films with DTS HD Master I just get DTS.

If you have an amplifier which handles those formats itself then this isn't an issue and I'm sure for most sound systems you wouldn't notice the difference anyway. But I have to point out that is the only negative thing I can say about this machine.

Regarding the time issues, I think most Blu Ray players suffer from these kinds of delays at the moment (I think the PS3 is an exception), but I've never found it to be annoying, you just get used to it. The only time it can be a pain in the **** is if you have to clean a disc you got from lovefilm.
#25
none at my local tesco last night maldon, essex
#26
ParanoidAndroid9;5592430
But the issue that stops me from commiting is the price of the discs.

Are you kidding? :roll: They are getting cheaper and cheaper. There are lots of offers all the time.
#27
dirty8
Biggest gripe with this player, it takes too long to power up when you 1st turn it on, until you can put the disc in.
Good price though.


The player can configured to either start up fast or normal (slower).
#28
windhoek
The player can configured to either start up fast or normal (slower).


Not being sarcastic...surely everyone would opt for fast, are there some disadvantages?
#29
Good deal.

Ive read in the reviews that this player doesnt resume playing at the same place if you stop it, is this true? An annoying problem but one that can probably be over looked for £99!
#30
BlackCloud;5593237
Not being sarcastic...surely everyone would opt for fast, are there some disadvantages?


Yes there is a downside to the quicker start-up mode - it consumes more power. It's like a more awakened stand-by state.
#31
BlackCloud
Not being sarcastic...surely everyone would opt for fast, are there some disadvantages?


The disadvantage of using quick-start is that it consumes more power when booting up. As such, my player is configured to start at normal (slower) speed. I don't mind waiting a few more seconds.
#32
So is this a good upscaler for standard def DVD's?

have (what I consider) a good upscaler at the moment (Sony DVP NS-76h) - do I make the jump?
#33
Yes - it should be on par with any good budget DVD player.

I don't notice any real difference (better or worse) between it and my Toshiba SD360E.
#34
Has anyone else actually been able to pick one of these up?

There don't seem to be any available around this part of the world :cry:
#35
ash.connor
Where are PS3s £200?


He did say another £200 which -> £300 for the PS3 :whistling:
#36
richieWolf
He did say another £200 which -> £300 for the PS3 :whistling:


Actually he didnt he said

Although I would personally pay another hundred (200.00 total) and get a PS3
#37
Great deal but has anyone managed to find one for this price?

Does anyone know if it still comes with free blu-rays? I bought it back in october when it came with 2 free, but sony screwed up and sent me 8 and £50 to spend on more :-D Even without any free movies i'd pay the £100.
#38
KingsCross
Yep, which makes this useless for me as multi-region is essential if your collection consists of world cinema rather than Matrix Trilogy rehashes...


It's fairly easy to make this player support multi-region DVD playback as well. Just need to use an all -in-one remote to configure the feature.
#39
Do these need a hard wired internet connection or can it be done wireless?
#40
if this is nationwide this is a steal at this price. we buy these in at our store for £150

bargain

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