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Popped into the main Sainsbury's for a can opener and came across this. Out of stock but one on display. I have no Blu-Rays so really too much for a DVD player for me, even if further reduced.

I can't remember the model number but I know it said £110 off and was now £59.99 with What Hi-Fi Awards.

It has USB to the front and rear but I think the rear one is just for firmware upgrades. It's a mix of Toshiba SD3010 and SD2010, (ie HDMI and USB) but with Blu-Ray as an added bonus.

Blu-ray is the next generation of home entertainment - each disc holds enough information to display content in full high definition with incredible 7.1 surround sound. The BDP-S370 Blu-ray player from Sony not only does this, but also lets you enjoy online content, access your PC and connect wirelessly to the internet.

Matching the current range of Sony BRAVIA TVs and home cinema systems, this Blu-ray player offers smoother and deeper colours, shows films at 24 frames per second as the director intended, will upscale your existing DVD collection and is quick in operation, booting up in only 3 seconds.

Add a USB WiFi dongle (sold separately) and you can access your network at the touch of a button, as well as use BRAVIA Internet Video to view shows you've missed via catch up TV services. And if you really want to impress, you can control it via your iPhone.
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#1
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/technology/home_cinemadvd_and_blu_ray/dvd_and_blu_ray/119720048_sony_bdps370_bluray_player.html

Also plays DivX (in HD) and upscales DVD.

Why the cold votes, it's the £110 off isn't it?
8 Likes #2
Did you get the can opener? What did you have for tea?
1 Like #3
craigstephens
Did you get the can opener? What did you have for tea?

Yeah, last one, good to deplete my reserves of whatever tins were cheaper than Tesco's when they were refunding double the difference.
#4
Do you have Internet?
Plug this up to your TV and your Internet router and enjoy iPlayer and Demand 5 on your TV, amongst others - it's so much more than a blu-ray player and will play all your DVDs aswell.
#5
designaw
Do you have Internet?
Plug this up to your TV and your Internet router and enjoy iPlayer and Demand 5 on your TV, amongst others - it's so much more than a blu-ray player and will play all your DVDs aswell.


Mobile broadband dongle :(

TBH I needed to check if it would work with huge NTFS hard drives since I don't get many films on my flash sticks (not without landline broadband).
#6
My answer is here: http://www.avforums.com/forums/sony-products/1239386-bdp-s370-playing-mkv-files.html

As I thought, I may as well have formatted it into several FAT partitions, too much bother.
#7
As Sony did not allow NTFS on the Ps3 I would have doubted they allowed it on stand alone Blu Ray, I think the problem is they are a film studio as well!
1 Like #8
This is a great player got one from Argos about a month ago for £99.99, pretty well speced with USB and DNLA. I checked my local store for another one no luck, id say they are down to the last few at that price.
#9
Got one, its good especially for £59
#10
Donkii
This is a great player got one from Argos about a month ago for £99.99, pretty well speced with USB and DNLA. I checked my local store for another one no luck, id say they are down to the last few at that price.


I thought they had just hidden/sold all the good stuff by the time us 17:30 wage slaves made it through their doors.
#11
chall5
Got one, its good especially for £59

I thought so and was tempted. Too hungry to make a decision though. I'll probably find the little box I was so carefully examining was just a plastic dummy when I return in a few days.
1 Like #12
For tea I had one of their extra large pineapples, reduced to clear, :p
#13
My local Sainsburys has a massive electrical section, last time something this cheap came up, i asked and they were out of stock. Amazingly staff were at check out paying for same items which were out of stock, yep all behind the counter ! - i know perks but so :(....
1 Like #14
another deal which no one get
1 Like #15
Sainsburys really ticks me off ...saw this price displayed on the shelf a few days ago, asked about stock ........none .........said if you have none and not getting any in you should remove the display......no we can't it is a stock item so we have to display was the reply..... Sainsbury's need to get a grip.......does nothing for their credability just trying to spoil other retailers market by displaying low prices without stock .........misinformation/misrepresentation
1 Like #16
Yep.. Wasted a couple of hours of my life last time this was posted, ringing around stores and then calling at two that were supposed to have stock, but didn't. Not going to bother this time.
#17
yeh i but 99% of these were sold on or before they sold at £79....£59? bet there's no stock
#18
It's a discontinued model now, the best you can do is ask if the display model can be sold, but it's manager's discretion really. If they don't have the box/accessories/manual, they won't/can't sell it to you.
#19
Which one is the main Sainsburys?
1 Like #20
sorry to say but totally pointless deal...
#21
loopie
As Sony did not allow NTFS on the Ps3 I would have doubted they allowed it on stand alone Blu Ray, I think the problem is they are a film studio as well!

it has nothing to do with being Sony.majority of bluray players don't support NTFS (with is a shame)
#22
S370 is a super bluray player.one of the bests in its class.I prefer the Panasonic BD65 but that model (also discontinued) is harder to find and cannot be found cheaper than £100.
at this price one should be mad not to buy it,sadly it seems like one of those single store / limited offers to me.
#23
Tequila
loopie
As Sony did not allow NTFS on the Ps3 I would have doubted they allowed it on stand alone Blu Ray, I think the problem is they are a film studio as well!

it has nothing to do with being Sony.majority of bluray players don't support NTFS (with is a shame)



All the Sony x80 models now do support NTFS, i.e. 380, 480 etc
#24
i bought one of these from tesco for £120. It the best bluray player i have ever bought. It loads much quicker than my other panasonic one (which cost three times as much) and it can also link into lovefilm so you can stream movies from them aswell as bbc iplayer and demand 5.
You get the over added bonus of the dnla so i can stream my avi / xvid /divx /mkv from my Pc.

Excellent Piece of kit..........
#25
My local Sainsburys also has one on display but none in stock. However...
They wont sell me the one on display until they get more in stock ... but they are not getting
more in stock because this model has been discontinued!!! Catch-22!
#26
how is this if i want to build a home cinema using this what else will i need
#27
packard
My local Sainsburys has a massive electrical section, last time something this cheap came up, i asked and they were out of stock. Amazingly staff were at check out paying for same items which were out of stock, yep all behind the counter ! - i know perks but so :(....


Yes ... heard similar story when Wii's were in very short supply the first Christmas - someone I knew asked member of staff at an Asda if they had any Wii's in stock, he said they'd had a delivery that morning and they should be on the shelves but when they looked shelf set out of stock - Asda man turned out to be a store manager so he said he'd do a quick check and came back to say that all the Wii's had been "reserved" by staff but he'd cancelled all the reservations and just issued a strict instruction that all deliveries were to be put out for sale in future.
#28
ahujamit
how is this if i want to build a home cinema using this what else will i need

You'll need speakers and an AV receiver. I have this player hooked up to a Yamaha receiver.
#29
Tequila
loopie
As Sony did not allow NTFS on the Ps3 I would have doubted they allowed it on stand alone Blu Ray, I think the problem is they are a film studio as well!

it has nothing to do with being Sony.majority of bluray players don't support NTFS (with is a shame)


Lg always have, Samsung do as well, sony x80 series do now as well but the new 380 has had DLNA removed so a poor trade off imho
#30
Great price if you can get one. But if this is like what people say it is, is Sainsburys turning into Argos?
#31
A great player and a bargain at this price, but how many people will get one!!
#32
farmergiles
ahujamit
how is this if i want to build a home cinema using this what else will i need


You'll need speakers and an AV receiver. I have this player hooked up to a Yamaha receiver.


thanks...but in terms of the required outputs/inputs does this player meet the needs..i am not very tech savvy
#33
ahujamit
farmergiles
ahujamit
how is this if i want to build a home cinema using this what else will i need

You'll need speakers and an AV receiver. I have this player hooked up to a Yamaha receiver.

thanks...but in terms of the required outputs/inputs does this player meet the needs..i am not very tech savvy

It's the receiver that will determine how many components you can hook up. I have 4 HDMI inputs and 1 output. I have Sky HD, Blu Ray, Xbox 360 running in via HDMI and 1 HDMI out to my Bravia. All works sweet. PM me if you want any more info.
#34
Sainsbury's are sh*t. I got one of these for my mum from Tesco. They had non in stock so I asked if I could have the one on display. It had no box so they knocked 20% of the £79.99 it was on sale for :p
#35
I keep seeing deals for this player and I would be tempted, if only they did it in silver. I could then sneak it in with the silver Sony DVD-R, Arcam AV Receiver & DVD Player, and silver Sony TV without my wife noticing. But black... :-(
#36
can this be made region free??
#37
This is a great player had it for a while, makes sure you update the firmware to get the iplayer to work, also if you want to use bd live (need internet connection) your need to add external storage via the rear usb slot.

am trying to work out what size and speed usb flash drive would be good any ideas? i was thinking 2-4 gig stick and a pretty fast one
1 Like #38
my local is small and sh*t so wont have any...but thanks antway. heated
#39
ah nm phoned round locals and none have any "display models only" WAHH
#40
I don't care if it is £110 off. £59.99 is still too much for a can opener.

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