Sony BDP-S370 All-new Blu-ray Disc player £99 @ Sainsburys instore - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play
BDP-S370 - All-new Blu-ray Disc™ player with instant access to online video

BRAVIA Internet Video, Wireless LAN ready, Entertainment Database Browser using Gracenote

* Design-matched with our Home Entertainment range
* Instant access to free online videos and content
* iPhone/iPod touch controls Blu-ray Disc™ functions

Features BDP-S370

* All-new Blu-ray Disc™ player lets you enjoy online content, access your PC and connect wirelessly to the internet
* New 2010 Monolithic Design concept features luxurious materials and a stylish, minimalist finish. Match your Blu-ray Disc™ to new BRAVIA® TVs and Home Cinema systems, all with the same design
* DLNA - Let your Sony Blu-ray Disc™ Player ‘talk’ to other DLNA enabled devices around the home, creating a home network for digital content. (via Firmware update scheduled for mid June)
* BBC iPlayer: Making the unmissable with the last 7 days of BBC TV and radio via your Blu-ray Disc™ Player with no need to connect your TV to your laptop or PC (via firmware update now available)
* BRAVIA Internet Video gives you instant access to online content. Watch TV on your own terms with Catch Up TV services, and find your favourite internet videos with on-demand websites like YouTube and Dailymotion
* WLAN ready to access content without wires - just add a USB WIFI dongle (available separately) and connect to your network at the touch of a button
* Take charge with your iPhone: Control functions on your Blu-ray Disc™ player, view disc information and find related Youtube content all from the touchscreen interface
* Super quick operation speeds: 3 seconds for boot up, 2 seconds tray eject and faster loading time
* Watch Blu-ray Disc™ movies in Full HD 1080p and upscale your existing DVD collection
* Find out more about your Blu-ray Disc™ title by searching the Entertainment Database Browser using Gracenote technology
* x.v. Colour and 24p True Cinema technology adjusts picture settings to makes movies look as authentic as the original
* Deep Colour technology gives you smoother images and more colour variation, bringing you a brighter movie experience
* With PhotoTV HD display technology you can view your digital photos at their best on your BRAVIA TV
* Precision Drive HD technology helps you get the most out of Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD content, even if scratched or damaged
* 7.1 channel High Definition Surround Sound Bitstream via HDMI® connection for an outstanding sound quality
* Xross Media Bar (XMB) graphic user interface for easy navigation and operation of your home cinema system
* BRAVIA Sync for simple, integrated control with your BRAVIA TV and other compatible products using only one remote
More From Sainsbury's:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
maurice00walker Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Options

All Comments

(64) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
listed as £169.99 for me, unless i'm missing something?
#3
we have in bedroom paid £100 last xmas
#4
LOUGHBORO GUY
we have in bedroom paid £100 last xmas


I thought the 370 was only released at the beginning of this year ?
#5
sorry my mistake i have bdp 360
#6
Is it nationwide or only in specific stores?
I checked all Sainsburys big stores in Manchester yesterday and couldn't find any for £99
Any help!!!!!!!!!!!


Edited By: ISJ66 on Jul 26, 2010 12:10: :-)
#7
Richer Sounds are selling it for a little more at £99.95 or £109.94 with a 5yr warranty.
#8
HappyShopper
Richer Sounds are selling it for a little more at £99.95 or £109.94 with a 5yr warranty.


This price for region 2 (no stock available) but they got multi region for £120
#9
ISJ66
HappyShopper
Richer Sounds are selling it for a little more at £99.95 or £109.94 with a 5yr warranty.

This price for region 2 (no stock available) but they got multi region for £120

The Sainsburys unit would be Region 2 only as well and the Richer Sounds is instore as well just like the Sainsburys deal!
#10
Thanks to OP - just picked up one of these from the Salford Sainsbury's.

Marked £99.99 on the shelf, with £70 off sticker. There were 4 more available at this store.
#11
cool
#12
I paid £140 for this a month ago from amazin, v v good player and plays Iplayer HD
#13
HappyShopper
ISJ66
HappyShopper
Richer Sounds are selling it for a little more at £99.95 or £109.94 with a 5yr warranty.


This price for region 2 (no stock available) but they got multi region for £120


If it's like the 360 it can be made region free with a One for All remote
The Sainsburys unit would be Region 2 only as well and the Richer Sounds is instore as well just like the Sainsburys deal!
#14
Hot deal if you can get it.

None of my local Sainsbury's stores stock this (Cheshire), so went to Richer sounds in Stockport. They were out of stock of the region 2 player at £99.95, but had the MP version for £120 which was still a better than most places. Amazon are doing the region 2 version for £107.35.

Nice player by the way. Slimline case and seems pretty quick. Streams iPlayer HD nicely on my 8MB broadband connection.
#15
Excellent player, picked mine up for £99 as well, comet were selling at £129 and I traded in an old dvd player I had lying around, got £30 off for that, so this a good deal in my eyes. Loading is so quick with this, in comparison to my PS3, this thing is half way through the movie while the PS3 loads up the menu :p

Also have an ethernet cable plugged in, so can access music, videos, pics etc from my PC. All in all, a great little blu ray/media unit. Hot from me.
#16
Do you know if you can play 1080p MKV's ok over this?
#17
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mps

Many thanks for any advice

Edited By: harrythedog on Jul 26, 2010 04:14: further info
#18
Excellent piece of kit, worth it for BBC iPlayer HD.
suspended#19
remember richersounds will beat this price by £5 for those of you who live near 1 of their stores, so £94.

This doesn't read NTFS formatted usb pens/hard drives btw.
#20
NTFS?
who does that these days??
1 Like #21
harrythedog
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mps

Many thanks for any advice


I have mines connected straight to the router via ethernet, but obviously this isn't any good if your router isn't anywhere near. Otherwise you need the sony usb dongle, which I think is far too expensive just now. I tried to see if any other dongles would work but I haven't come across anything.
suspended 1 Like #22
some manufacturers allow NTFS formatted usb pens such as the LG BD350, LG BD390, LG BD560, LG BD570, there are a SMALL number of other manufacturers that do support NTFS. The LG BD560 can be had for £104 delivered if you look on google shopping.

so this player won't be able to play 4.37gb .mkv files off a usb device, it can only play files upto 4gb in size due to the FAT32 size limitation.

@Winterwolf yes it does play 1080p .mkv files, they will need to be compliant to DXVA though, so a small number of your 1080p .mkv files might not play.


Edited By: hajj_3 on Jul 26, 2010 04:36: blah
Edited By: hajj_3 on Jul 26, 2010 04:37: blah
#23
ro55o
harrythedog
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mps

Many thanks for any advice


I have mines connected straight to the router via ethernet, but obviously this isn't any good if your router isn't anywhere near. Otherwise you need the sony usb dongle, which I think is far too expensive just now. I tried to see if any other dongles would work but I haven't come across anything.


thank you
#24
ro55o
harrythedog
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mps

Many thanks for any advice


I have mines connected straight to the router via ethernet, but obviously this isn't any good if your router isn't anywhere near. Otherwise you need the sony usb dongle, which I think is far too expensive just now. I tried to see if any other dongles would work but I haven't come across anything.


Are there any similiar machines where you dont have to purchase a separate dongle?

Thank you
#25
hajj_3
remember richersounds will beat this price by £5 for those of you who live near 1 of their stores, so £94.This doesn't read NTFS formatted usb pens/hard drives btw.

RS don't have any of the region 2 players in stock so no price-match. £20 to do a remote hack in a con IMO.
#26
renfro
Thanks to OP - just picked up one of these from the Salford Sainsbury's.

Marked £99.99 on the shelf, with £70 off sticker. There were 4 more available at this store.


Thanks mate. I got one for £99.99 from the Salford Sainsbury's an hour ago. only one left now.
#27
Hmm interesting - partner has 15% off at Sainsburys atm so for £84.99 - bargain!
suspended#28
ccparkhill
hajj_3
remember richersounds will beat this price by £5 for those of you who live near 1 of their stores, so £94.This doesn't read NTFS formatted usb pens/hard drives btw.


RS don't have any of the region 2 players in stock so no price-match. £20 to do a remote hack in a con IMO.


they have stock in most of their stores, just not their website so if you are able to get to a richersounds that has stock you get get them to beat sainsbury's price by £5 :) Multiregion is £10 more not £20.

Edited By: hajj_3 on Jul 26, 2010 04:55: blah
#29
ro55o
harrythedog
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mpsMany thanks for any advice
I have mines connected straight to the router via ethernet, but obviously this isn't any good if your router isn't anywhere near. Otherwise you need the sony usb dongle, which I think is far too expensive just now. I tried to see if any other dongles would work but I haven't come across anything.

Some people on avforums have got it working using a wireless Bridge (or a router in 'bridge mode') which would probably be about half the price of the Sony dongle (though probably a bit more tricky to set up). I use a homeplug with mine, which works fine although you need a 200mb one for HD video (the 85mb ones are ok for Divx etc though).
#30
HappyShopper
Richer Sounds are selling it for a little more at £99.95 or £109.94 with a 5yr warranty.

Tried to get one of these from Richer Sounds for 6 weeks, until the manager told me they only had a handful for the full country, then they try to sell you a multi-region one at a premium!

Edited By: Mark5211 on Jul 26, 2010 05:21: .
Edited By: Mark5211 on Jul 26, 2010 05:22:
#31
Ohh, going to town tomorrow, hope they have one!
#32
Nottingham Arnold store had 1 left earlier and Derby, Osmaston road had 2 on the shelf but both boxes had been opened.
#33
harrythedog
I have a unlimited Lovefilm account. Do you have to purchase the dongle thingy as well as the player to access online films? ps my broadband is testing at 6.9mps

Many thanks for any advice

Depend on how you are going to connect this blu-ray. I get a wired connection to my router. But as far I know for wireless connection you will need a dongle. There are to USBs, one on fron and one back.

Otherwise to start watching Lovefilm and any other internet applications you need to register your device on internet.sony.tv first It is straight forward process...
And than you have to activate your lovefilm online player link to your blu-ray player. It might take about 2-3 hours before your receive e-mail confirmation from lofefilm.
#34
Winterwolf
Do you know if you can play 1080p MKV's ok over this?


Yes it can
#35
Sold out in Wycombe but I've just asked John Lewis to pricematch... fingers crossed.
#36
Cheers ... will have to look at one of these ... Prob makes more sense to get one instead of the WD Media player
#37
What annoys me about the descriptions Sonyo ffer is that it is WLAN ready, its not, if it was WLAN ready as far as i am concerned it would have a wireless link built in.

The Sony wifi dongle for BR players is £50-70 on the net!!!!! thieving bastards!


I would rather pay the extra for a truly wireless player (that also has better specs overall) than bother with dongle

On a lighter note, this player is great, I have the 350 and thats great.

Heat
#38
I have one of these and rather than buy the wireless dongle I bought the home network plugs (Orange ones for £30 - off this site), then connected the unit via the ethernet cable.
Our walls are thick and the wireless is patchy (and only 1.5Mb), but this works really well for watching standard definition iplayer, LoveFilm on demand etc.
#39
i saw 4 in sainsbury's new cross gate on sunday at 4 pm
#40
Loads left in my local Sainsburys they are £99.99 not £99.00

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!