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Seems to be about the cheapest at the moment - don't forget Quidco too!

Enjoy a movie experience worthy of your HDTV. This Blu-ray Disc player delivers superior HD images, supports BD-Live and plays your existing DVD library. Take full advantage of your HDTV and the detail of Blu-ray Disc video content. This Blu-ray Disc player produces over 2 million pixels per frame to produce a razor-sharp picture with unmatched depth and clarity. That's 6x better picture resolution than standard DVD.

It also plays your DVDs.
Watch Blu-ray Disc movies and breathe new life into your DVDs. With DVD upscaling you can view your existing DVDs in near-HD quality via an HDMI connection.
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#1
Voted hot, as this is the best price.

Many will see the S370 as a better deal from Amazon.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/672970/sony-bdps370-blu-ray-player-avatar-

As the Amazon deal includes avatar (~£15) it's up to you whether you think the extra features such as iPlayer and the ability to play compressed content from a USB hard drive is worth the additional £20 or so.
#2
Many will see the S370 as a better deal from Amazon.


Bought the S370 last week. What a great player!
#3
adambaz
Voted hot, as this is the best price.

Many will see the S370 as a better deal from Amazon.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/672970/sony-bdps370-blu-ray-player-avatar-

As the Amazon deal includes avatar (~£15) it's up to you whether you think the extra features such as iPlayer and the ability to play compressed content from a USB hard drive is worth the additional £20 or so.


This S360 was matching my budget but i went for S370 amazon deal with Planet Earth + HDMI cable. (134.49 - 17.93 - 4.99 = £111.57). At the end you are paying only £12 for all these extra (youtube + media files etc) features.
#4
kzee
This S360 was matching my budget but i went for S370 amazon deal with Planet Earth + HDMI cable. (134.49 - 17.93 - 4.99 = £111.57). At the end you are paying only £12 for all these extra (youtube + media files etc) features.


how does adding a cable and planet earth make it cheaper?!

EDIT Oh i see what you did there :roll:
#5
S360 is a great player too - I payed £20 more than that from play a couple of weeks ago (although that was offset a little by getting avatar blu ray thrown in...)
#7
If want to make it multi region for standard DVD playback, I found the following hack:-

quote taken from this website

http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks/sony-bdp-s360/10264

"Region code hack posted by AVAddict, September 01 2009:
Region free BDP-S360 (same as 350 hack posted by mao141 - thanks) for DVD playback only, BD untested. UK unit only tested.

Full procedure for a oneforall remote is as follows:

1. Press DVD
2. Hold the magic button until the DVD button flashes twice.
3. Press 0533

4. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice.
5. Press 994
6. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
7. Press 00189 (if your oneforall remote uses 4 digit or 3 digit codes, use less leading zeros)
8. Press 1 ( this sets it to key 1 - it flashes twice )

9. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice.
10. Press 994
11. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
12. Press 00255
13. Press 2 ( this sets it to key 2 - it flashes twice )

14. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice.
15. Press 994
16. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
17. Press 00095
18. Press 3 ( this sets it to key 3 - it flashes twice )

19. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice.
20. Press 994
21. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
22. Press 00221
23. Press 4 ( this sets it to key 4 - it flashes twice )

24. Hold the magic button until it flashes twice.
25. Press 994
26. Press Magic Key (don't hold)
27. Press 00079
28. Press 5 ( this sets it to key 5 - it flashes twice )

The remote is now programmed and ready to use, to make the BDP-S360 region free:

1. Use the remote that came with the player to bring the player out of standby, make sure there isn't a disc in it.
2. Press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 on the oneforall remote. The 24p light will start flashing. (Centre light)
3. Put the player back into standby with the Sony remote.
4. Hard reboot machine (remove power)to prevent the 24p light flashing indefinitely.
5. Next time you turn on the player it will be region free for DVD playback.

This worked for me, but obviously I accept no liability for anyone who tries it on their machine."

Hopes this helps
#8
Great price!
#9
The S360 is a great player but the S370 is just fantastic. Power on with tray eject takes about 2 seconds, Blu-rays load much quicker and Internet video streaming is top notch. DLNA is also coming in a firmware update for the S370.
#10
Good price but S370 is significantly better

Heat for the best deal around for the S360 though
#11
Alternatively, £99.95 @ Richer Sounds

Just in case you:

Want it instantly without having to wait on delivery (or can't have it delivered to work)
Live/work near an RS store
Want the 5 year Supercare warranty
Don't use Quidco
Can actually get it in stock...
#12
crazyhorse
The S360 is a great player but the S370 is just fantastic. Power on with tray eject takes about 2 seconds, Blu-rays load much quicker and Internet video streaming is top notch. DLNA is also coming in a firmware update for the S370.


Worth pointing out you need a wireless dongle to stream wireless with the 370 player and Sony want £70 for the privilige of buying one of there's, Although homeplugs which still cost and ethernet cable both are just as viable if you are happy with that set up. There are many players that come with in built wifi that are as good if not better on the media playing and streaming side than this or the sony 370 player for not a lot more when you take the dongle into account.. The Sony 570 will have built in Wi-fi though when it is released next month but is going to cost £200.

My advice is do some research if you want a blu-ray player with media playback capabilities not just the files formats but what sound codecs are supported and will you benefit from inbuilt DTS re-encoding or analogue from a blu-ray player when playing media files, especially if you are using an older non hdmi amp.

Before you think I am dissing Sony products I have a Sony Bravia TV and Dvd recorder and got 4 friends to buy Sony sound centres and TV's I love there products generally but I know there are better stand alone blu-ray players by other makers (if you require other media playback facilities than just blu-ray disc playback) out there, if you are going to spend £100 on a Sony player and £70 for a dongle because you want wireless there maybe better alternatives within that budget.

If you want 3D playback in the lifetime you will keep this machine or BBC Iplayer stick with Sony if not maybe look elsewhere just to be sure.
#13
stephenjames84
Worth pointing out you need a wireless dongle to stream wireless with the 370 player and Sony want £70 for the privilige of buying one of there's, Although homeplugs which still cost and ethernet cable both are just as viable if you are happy with that set up. There are many players that come with in built wifi that are as good if not better on the media playing and streaming side than this or the sony 370 player for not a lot more when you take the dongle into account.. The Sony 570 will have built in Wi-fi though when it is released next month but is going to cost £200.

My advice is do some research if you want a blu-ray player with media playback capabilities not just the files formats but what sound codecs are supported and will you benefit from inbuilt DTS re-encoding or analogue from a blu-ray player when playing media files, especially if you are using an older non hdmi amp.

Before you think I am dissing Sony products I have a Sony Bravia TV and Dvd recorder and got 4 friends to buy Sony sound centres and TV's I love there products generally but I know there are better stand alone blu-ray players by other makers (if you require other media playback facilities than just blu-ray disc playback) out there, if you are going to spend £100 on a Sony player and £70 for a dongle because you want wireless there maybe better alternatives within that budget.

If you want 3D playback in the lifetime you will keep this machine or BBC Iplayer stick with Sony if not maybe look elsewhere just to be sure.


I was comparing the S360 with the S370, not the world and his dog. Also 3D is probably not coming to the S370, that's the job of the S470 and S570. As for Wi-Fi, a cheap bridge would work fine although since my S370 is approx 3ft from a CAT5 outlet, job done. :)
#14
Lots of free advertising for RIcher Sounds on this site when/where the chance of any of us actually getting the advertised goods is slim to none. Freezing deals and they aught not to be here as they are very VERY local and limited offers.

Don't be too negative though

You may be arrested.
#15
Fujioka;8658716


That's for pointing that out actually... I wasn't aware of that post.

Fujioka;8658716
Lots of free advertising for RIcher Sounds on this site when/where the chance of any of us actually getting the advertised goods is slim to none. Freezing deals and they aught not to be here as they are very VERY local and limited offers.


While I always think it's worth mentioning their deals as they have nationwide stores and a quick phone call to stock check stock at your local store never hurts, I always make a point to warn others about the up and down stock levels ( in my experience ;) ).
#16
Oops, I actually meant to put that in the multiple sudden RIcher threads.

But it's as well left here now!

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