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Sony BDP-S370 Blu Ray Player - £85.99 @ Cheap Electricals

£85.99 @ Cheap Electricals
UPDATE: Now down to £85.99! Cheapest yet? £88.99 with free delivery. £1 cheaper than Amazon etc. :) Features BDP-S370 * Stream online content from a PC, USB or HDD for insta… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
UPDATE: Now down to £85.99!

Cheapest yet? £88.99 with free delivery.

£1 cheaper than Amazon etc. :)


Features BDP-S370

* Stream online content from a PC, USB or HDD for instant movie, music and photo playback
* 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
* Wireless LAN Ready to access content without wires - just add a USB WIFI dongle (UWA-BR100 - available separately) and connect to your network at the touch of a button
* Take charge with your iPhone®, iPod touch® or Android™ phone: 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
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banned 3 Likes #1
I would rather pay an extra £1 to get the awesome service and customer support of Amazon.
#2
Reser
I would rather pay an extra £1 to get the awesome service and customer support of Amazon.

Right on Man, I don't know better
#3
Just wanted to say I used this company not long ago and found th awesome. They have a live chat thing with a real person, who was able to help me, and it was delivered by courier when it suited me! I live amazon, but don't overlook these guys, awesome service.

Awesome looking DVD player, and amazon 1 click is probably still worth it, but the service from these folks is great

Have some heat!
#4
may be worth a try
#5
Looks good and there is an option to make the DVD multiregion for £9.99
#6
I have a BDPS-560. Should I get this or stick with the 560?
#7
Very good price... although I suspect this will drop even more when the new line up (announced a day or two ago at CES) filters through to the market (due about April time I believe?).

I'd also rather pay the £1 extra for superb Amazon customer service!

Edited By: ctafield on Jan 07, 2011 08:38
#8
Shaiya
I have a BDPS-560. Should I get this or stick with the 560?


why bother....only advantage for some is wireless updates/content but need extra £70 dongle

Edited By: royals on Jan 07, 2011 08:39
#9
jok13
Looks good and there is an option to make the DVD multiregion for £9.99

free surely!?
#10
Richer Sounds will price beat any of the prices being thrown around. I got mine on tuesday for £84.99. (price match + £5) with the option of the 5 year warranty for 10% of the product price this is probably the best deal to go for if you have a richer sounds near you.
#11
Is there no way to make this internet capable without paying for the dongle. There must be a cable you can just plug straight in?
#12
Prehab
Is there no way to make this internet capable without paying for the dongle. There must be a cable you can just plug straight in?

Yeah you can just plug in a network cable if you want
#13
Got this player, Fast startup, pretty quite, plays MKV, MP4, AVI, MPEG2, VOB etc etc Fat 32 Limit of 4GB though, External HDD im using is 1TB with no probs, It has a network cable connection, its cheaper to buy 2 homeplugs and an ethernet cable than the wireless dongle!! Streams over network overall nice player and best budget BD player i have had yet.

Also, iPlayer, 5OD, Lovefilm, plus others.
#14
I have this and I Iove it. Great price. You can download an app for the iphone that lets you use your iphone as a remote control. Hours of fun.

I bought to dongle for 59.99 from Amazon and yes I was cheesed off withf the fact non-sony dongles dont work but if you go all in at 88 + 59 = 147 you have a rather awesome BR player that is connected to the internet. My pound sign key is faulty, Sorry.
#15
I also have this. My first blu-ray player. Fantastic for the price. Expellant upscaled DVD picture even better with Blu-ray disks. I use a cheap wireless router configured in bridge mode as the ‘wireless dongle’ and connect the player to the router using Ethernet cable
#16
Just got this player on Tuesday from Tesco (£99 less £15 money off). Looks like an awesome player - no issues so far. Connected an ethernet cable to the router and love the iplayer, lovefilm stuff etc. Havent still tried playing files through the USB yet though.
1 Like #17
great bit of kit, i could'nt get a hard drive to work though(although that was a few updates ago i tried) Works great over the network but some large mkvs 5gb+ don't like to be fast forwarded, fine on usb stick or dvd though.
over all very happy with the player.
#18
mike2527
I have this and I Iove it. Great price. You can download an app for the iphone that lets you use your iphone as a remote control. Hours of fun.

I bought to dongle for 59.99 from Amazon and yes I was cheesed off withf the fact non-sony dongles dont work but if you go all in at 88 + 59 = 147 you have a rather awesome BR player that is connected to the internet. My pound sign key is faulty, Sorry.

Jeez you could of got the BDP-S570 for a few quid more with built-in WiFi, 3D support and 1GB memory for BD-Live.

Don't need the official dongle, just about any Ethernet bridge will do.

I also like my BDP-S370 though it could of done with a C8/figure 8 removable powercord as I've had to hack my cabinet to get the mains plug threw.
#19
Riyazi
Just got this player on Tuesday from Tesco (£99 less £15 money off). Looks like an awesome player - no issues so far. Connected an ethernet cable to the router and love the iplayer, lovefilm stuff etc. Havent still tried playing files through the USB yet though.

How did you manage to get the £15 discount?
#20
Hot for me!
#21
hi all - can anyone tell me if you can connect an external 2.5" Hard drive via the USB and watch video filed from it. I have a samsung DVD-player which plays files from a USB stick but will not power the the hard drive and dont want to have the same issue with this one.

thanks !
#22
cn5667
Jeez you could of got the BDP-S570 for a few quid more with built-in WiFi, 3D support and 1GB memory for BD-Live.

From where perchance??
#23
love_a_deal
hi all - can anyone tell me if you can connect an external 2.5" Hard drive via the USB and watch video filed from it. I have a samsung DVD-player which plays files from a USB stick but will not power the the hard drive and dont want to have the same issue with this one.

thanks !


I would like to know this too! :)
#24
rdann

How did you manage to get the £15 discount?


Tesco mailed voucher to promote the new Order & Collect section of the local store! :)
#25
richer sounds do the s570 for £169.95 in store which has built in wif

http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/blu-ray/sony/bdps570/sony-bdps570-blk
blammo
cn5667
Jeez you could of got the BDP-S570 for a few quid more with built-in WiFi, 3D support and 1GB memory for BD-Live.
From where perchance??
#26
blammo
cn5667
Jeez you could of got the BDP-S570 for a few quid more with built-in WiFi, 3D support and 1GB memory for BD-Live.

From where perchance??


At the moment Amazon at £159.99.
1 Like #27
>few quid more
>£71 more

lol
#28
Aliboy
>few quid more
>£71 more

lol


Yep but this was comparing the BDP-S370 + official WiFi dongle vs a BDP-S570.
#29
Get a pair of Homeplugs for an ethernet connection. You must have a mains socket near your TV and router. Much easier and cheaper than messing with wifi.
#30
I bought one of these from Amazon. Nice bit of kit but it can sometimes make a high pitched noise. I've looked it up on google and it is quite common. I think it may down to the fact the surface I've got it on is warped (cheap chest of drawers) and I've had to use paper to make it stable. However, just thought Id mention this.
#31
Cheap electricals state this is the price AFTER Sony's VAT. So what will they 'invoice' you?

Q1. 'Get the VAT back with Sony' Pricing
All pricing for qualifying Sony products are priced as follows:



1. The price showing in bold red on the product page is the price with 'Get my VAT back with Sony' deducted.

2. Your invoice will show the the full price and this is what you will be charged by Cheapelectricals.

3. To get your VAT back in the SONY VAT Claim back promotion complete the online form at http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/1237479537389, print it off, enclose the required documents and post it to the address given on the form

4. Sony will send you a cheque or pay direct into your BAnk account. Please allow 28 days
#32
mike2527
I have this and I Iove it. Great price. You can download an app for the iphone that lets you use your iphone as a remote control. Hours of fun.

I bought to dongle for 59.99 from Amazon and yes I was cheesed off withf the fact non-sony dongles dont work but if you go all in at 88 + 59 = 147 you have a rather awesome BR player that is connected to the internet. My pound sign key is faulty, Sorry.

I would suggest if you are not bothered about the cable running from router, return the dongle and buy a length of cable for a couple of quid.
#33
foggy27
Cheap electricals state this is the price AFTER Sony's VAT. So what will they 'invoice' you?

Q1. 'Get the VAT back with Sony' Pricing
All pricing for qualifying Sony products are priced as follows:



1. The price showing in bold red on the product page is the price with 'Get my VAT back with Sony' deducted.

2. Your invoice will show the the full price and this is what you will be charged by Cheapelectricals.

3. To get your VAT back in the SONY VAT Claim back promotion complete the online form at http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/1237479537389, print it off, enclose the required documents and post it to the address given on the form

4. Sony will send you a cheque or pay direct into your BAnk account. Please allow 28 days

This promotion expired on the 24th Dec 2010.
#34
Got mine today from Amazon!

HomePlugs keep dying on me, so decided to go wireless. Got a Netgear router (so I can connect my XBOX 360) going into a Netgear wireless gaming adaptor and works a treat (turns ethernet into wifi).

Very impressed with the streaming on demand video (iPlayer etc).
#35
cracking blu-ray player for the money, the on demand streaming very good also, had this for 1 month now (paid £99 in prev deal) and consider it an excellent purchase
#36
Very happy with mine purchased a week ago. Just about to buy an av receiver to go with it so that I can get the best sound rather than the Bravia tinny sound from my TV!
#37
cn5667
Aliboy
>few quid more
>£71 more

lol


Yep but this was comparing the BDP-S370 + official WiFi dongle vs a BDP-S570.


Works out about the same price then all in all, and I'm not worried about 3D support as it's a fad anyhow. :)


-Kev
#38
Got mine from amazon a couple of days ago. Plugged it into my router via ethernet. The iplayer etc is fantastic (70% the reason I purchased it) - really high quality and easy to use. There are some odd internet channels though including 'Ford modeling agency' and several german channels however I've found howcast and lovefilm interesting. Just hoping it gets 4od one day!
#39
foggy27
Cheap electricals state this is the price AFTER Sony's VAT. So what will they 'invoice' you?

Q1. 'Get the VAT back with Sony' Pricing
All pricing for qualifying Sony products are priced as follows:



1. The price showing in bold red on the product page is the price with 'Get my VAT back with Sony' deducted.

2. Your invoice will show the the full price and this is what you will be charged by Cheapelectricals.

3. To get your VAT back in the SONY VAT Claim back promotion complete the online form at http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/1237479537389, print it off, enclose the required documents and post it to the address given on the form

4. Sony will send you a cheque or pay direct into your BAnk account. Please allow 28 days


This offer ended for purchased products on 24th December 2010. You have until January 31st to claim but no longer get it with purchases.


-Kev
#40
Good price but as others have said would stick with Amazon or Play for the extra £1 - even to avoid having to register on a new site and receive loads of junk mail!

Edited By: philreid on Jan 07, 2011 12:55

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