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The BDP-S760 is a high performance Blu-ray Disc player with the latest picture and sound quality enhancement technologies, including multi-channel headphone surround sound system as well as home networking capability.

An advanced Super Bit Mapping means that this player creates more colour variation on your TV screen resulting in a much smoother picture, while its High Definition Reality Enhancer gives greater detail to the image bringing flawless quality to the movie experience. With its headphone surround sound you can enjoy 7.1ch surround sound from any connected headphones.

Its wireless-N Internet technology is the fastest and most reliable wireless system available. It delivers a convenient way of enjoying BD live functions or downloading the latest firmware updates. DLNA certified networking capability allows transfer of JPEG files from other devices even if they are not in the same room. It has a USB port for convenient transfer of JPEG files for viewing on the TV screen.

The player is backwards compatible with DVDs; by connecting via HDMI, you can upscale them using the Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology to the best picture possible. Your DVD collection will look outstanding on your Full HD TV. Featuring BD-Live, the BDP-S760 gives you access to interactive features. Connected directly to the internet, BD-Live brings you more exclusive extras like Bonus Features, News & Trailers and Games. Through the BonusView functionality a separate stream of video will play along with the movie in the form of a 'picture-in-picture' format and show interviews with the film's cast and crew, storyboards and other visual content.

x.v.Colour allows the player to display images with natural and more vivid colours similar to what the human eye actually sees in the real world. The Deep Colour technology gives you smoother images and more colour variation when connecting your player to a Deep Colour ready HD TV via HDMI, bringing you a more colourful movie experience.

With the PhotoTV HD dedicated still picture display technology, you can view your digital photos at their best on your BRAVIA TV. The Precision Drive HD technology helps you get the most out of your Blu-ray Discs and DVDs, even if they are bent or scratched. Following the same award-winning design as the PLAYSTATION3 menu, the XrossMediaBar menu system provides simple and intuitive control to give you a smooth user experience.

The Quick Start-up mode allows you to get your Blu-ray Disc player started after just six seconds, while the BRAVIA Sync technology enables you to synchronise your Blu-ray Disc player to BRAVIA televisions and Home Theatre systems at the touch of a button. The latest applications for the player can be updated via internet through firmware updates. By running updates, your Blu-ray Disc player will always deliver optimum performance.

With full HD Audio Decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding the sound quality is rich and powerful it's like listening to the movie's original sound track in the studio. For outstanding sound quality, 7.1 channel High Definition Surround Sound Bitstream via HDMI connection is possible.

The stylish design of the player perfectly complements your BRAVIA TV to create a harmonised home entertainment system - which fits seamlessly into your living room.
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# Key Features:
# Color: Black
# Region Code DVD: 2
# Region Code BD-ROM: B
# BD-ROM (BonusView
# Profile 1.1): YES
# BD-ROM (BD-Live
# Profile 2.0): YES
# BD-R/RE Playback: YES
# AVC-HD 8c/12cm DVD Playback: YES
# DVD Video Playback: YES
# 1080p output (via HDMI): YES
# Precision Cinema HD upscale (DVD upscaling to 1080p): YES
# Video D/A Converter: 12bit / 148.5MHz
# 24p True Cinema: YES
# x.v. Colour: YES
# Progressive Scan Output: YES
# Precision Drive HD: YES
# Deep Colour: YES
# Preset Picture Mode: YES
# HD Reality Enhancer: YES
# Super Bit Mapping (SBM): YES
# Firm Grain Reducer (FGR): YES
# Smoothing: YES
# Dolby TrueHD decoding: YES
# Dolby TrueHD bitstream out: YES
# DTS-HD Master Audio decoding: YES
# DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream out: YES
# Audio D/A Converter: 192kHz / 24bit
# H/P Jack: YES
# Display on Front Panel: YES
# HDMI: 1
# Component Video Output: 1
# S-Video Output: NO
# Composite Video Output: 1
# SCART Connector: NO
# Digital Audio Output: Coaxial: 1
# Digital Audio Output: Optical: 1
# 7.1ch Analogue Output: YES
# Analogue Stereo Output: YES
# USB Front port: YES
# Backlit remote: Amber light
# TV Control: YES
# Wireless Internet: YES
# DLNA Client: YES (Photo)
# BD-Live enabled: YES
# Firmware update via the Internet: YES
# Quick Start-up: 6 seconds
# Easy Set up: YES
# BRAVIA Sync: YES
# Child Lock (Tray Lock): YES
# Parental Control: YES
# Screen Saver: YES
# Video Bit Rate Indicator: YES
# Specification:
# name: value
# Power Requirements: 220-240V
# Power Consumption (in Operation): 32W
# Power Consumption (in Standby): 0.19W (in Normal Stand-by Mode)
# Autopower off (mins): 30
# Dimensions (WxHxD) mm: 430 x 70 x 246
# Mass (kg): 2.9
#2
fantastic but i bought an onoko !
#3
can you watch lovefilm on this?
#4
LOUGHBORO GUY
fantastic but i bought an onoko !

Why would you buy such an no-named brand over sony?

Old Members = que laughter
New Menbers = Que rants about not knowing anything

lol you legend
#5
LOUGHBORO GUY
fantastic but i bought an onoko !


what is an onoko?
#6
dmaster2000
LOUGHBORO GUY
fantastic but i bought an onoko !
what is an onoko?

what's a Sony? ;)

Edited By: FTCom on Oct 28, 2010 12:49: smiley
#7
BDP-S370 fares much better than this on all review sites. Voted cold
#8
LOUGHBORO GUY
fantastic but i bought an onoko !

Why would you buy an unheard of brand like Onkyo when you could get a Sony for £20 more if you looked round online, you totally should've walked away :{8);):D

(For those who don't get the joke: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/onkyo-dvbd606-black-blu-ray-player-/693013)
#9
LOL LOL LOL LOL
#10
old player - newer models are getting better reviews at about the same price...
#11
Name one?
#12
ohitsaidwalker
Name one?


see post 7 above
#13
Take a look on avforums. Under reviews. I think you wrong. Ordered. Thanks op. Bargain.
#14
Torn between this and the S370 from argos.
Anyone no which is the better player?
#15
Amazing Price, just ordered.

Great if you have an old Amp which does not have HDMI connectivity, you can cable this player direct to your AMP & use the player for the latest sound outputs.
#16
This is a GREAT price!

This think is the top of the range and knocks spots off the 370! (which I have)

It has wifi built in (£70 extra for 370) and 7.1 Analogue.

Top Top deal!
#17
stephenashforth
ohitsaidwalker
Name one?
see post 7 above


More votes for the 760 then....even a vote from a 370 owner. Pound for pound, bang for buck this is the best deal you will find......in my opinion? 8)
banned#18
hot
#19
hi, does this player have better picture quality than the 370 in both hd and upscaling?

thanks
#20
ohitsaidwalker
stephenashforth
ohitsaidwalker
Name one?
see post 7 above


More votes for the 760 then....even a vote from a 370 owner. Pound for pound, bang for buck this is the best deal you will find......in my opinion? 8)


Not an opinion shared by What HiFi?

"The bar has been raised
But for all its strengths, the problem for this deck is that the Panasonic DMP-BD85 – not to mention Sony’s own BDP-S370 – has significantly raised the bar.

Such new machines display a marginally cleaner picture with even sharper edges.

The BDP-S760 still sounds very revealing, especially in the midrange and treble, but rival machines now highlight a slight leanness in the bass.

Compared to the likes of the Panasonic ’BD85 and even Sony’s own ’S370, the ‘S760 now sounds a little insubstantial.

At the time of launch last year, the BDP-S760 was a clear step up over everything else in the budget and midrange sectors of the market.

But such is the array of talent on offer from the latest models, this former Award-winner has to drop a star."
suspended#21
i think onkyo should send loughboro guy an amp, all those in favour say aii!
#22
can this stream over wifi?
is this one of the players with iplayer ability in it?

i cant remember the sony that was on offer a while ago that did!
#23
It may be slightly outclassed in terms of what is new but it's a £99 Blu-ray - awesome. Just ordered.
#24
rainey77
Torn between this and the S370 from argos.
Anyone no which is the better player?


definitely go for the S760. I have one & have it hooked up to my Sony Amp which is only 5.1 decoding but has 6.1 analog input. so when running DTS-HD through this I found it unbeleible. full range sound & bass from all speakers. I will definitely have to go through the blu-ray collection all over again. especially Lords of the ring trilogy :)

The picture is also awesome when I saw a demo in the shop I got it from but only got 50hz LCD tv at home so not too spectacular until I upgrade my TV.

definitely go for this. got mine for £150 & was bargain at that price :)
#25
dont like the cover that opens each time to change discs, if it breaks it'll look awful
#26
Jetpac
can this stream over wifi?is this one of the players with iplayer ability in it?i cant remember the sony that was on offer a while ago that did!

http://www.avforums.com/review/Sony-BDP-S760-Blu-ray-Disc-Player-Review.html

Edited By: ohitsaidwalker on Oct 29, 2010 08:54: typo
#27
Looks like it streams PHOTOS only?

Whereas the 370 streams Photos, Video, Music, Youtube, BBC Iplayer.
#28
I have this player and paid £270 about 6 months ago :( This is an excellent deal for a top blu-ray player. What this isn't, is a media hub so no iplayer, youtube etc and no video streaming. The wireless is only really useful if you want to download BD extra content.

Depends what you want it for IMHO. Excellent blu-ray performance for £99 is a great deal! The BDPS570 available from Amazon for £167.71 (then less £25 Sony cashback) seems like a good deal too though since it's wireless and 3D compatible.


Edited By: saintee5876 on Oct 29, 2010 10:28: extra info
#29
WalterSmith
Looks like it streams PHOTOS only?Whereas the 370 streams Photos, Video, Music, Youtube, BBC Iplayer.

It streams them, yes, but not wirelessly unless you buy the overpriced Sony wireless adapter.
#30
saintee5876
WalterSmith
Looks like it streams PHOTOS only?Whereas the 370 streams Photos, Video, Music, Youtube, BBC Iplayer.
It streams them, yes, but not wirelessly unless you buy the overpriced Sony wireless adapter.

Yeah, we all know the 370 doesn't have wireless and that Sony charnge OTT for the dongle, thats why I was trying to get to the bottom of whether this 760 is effectively a 370 with wireless dongle built in - alas it's not.

Still a great deal if you have an older amp with 5.1 inputs!
#31
I'm very tempted with the S760 now it's the same price as the S370, but still not sure which is better in terms of picture quality / start up speed / fan noise (quietness) / build quality?

I have a new Bravia Internet TV, so don't need to duplicate the media playback features...and don't have 3D and not bothered with it yet tbh. Just need to playback blurays with best picture / sound (upscaling DVD is a nice to have).

What's the general concensus? S760 > S370 or not?

And any ideas which of the two are included in the Sony VAT cashback scheme?

Thanks!

Edited By: Banzai on Oct 29, 2010 11:11: added some more comparisons
#32
S370 appears to have both optical and coaxial audio out as well as HDMI - so unless the amp is seriously old and only takes RCA phono plugs it should be okay.
#33
The Digital outs don't have the bandwidth for the true HD sound formats (DTS-MA, DD true)

So, its either HDMI or 7 channel phonos, so the 760 is the only one that does the latter.
#34
WalterSmith
The Digital outs don't have the bandwidth for the true HD sound formats (DTS-MA, DD true)So, its either HDMI or 7 channel phonos, so the 760 is the only one that does the latter.

True - but DD/DTS 5.1 isn't THAT bad and will certainly do until an amp upgrade is possible. Personally the internet streaming of the S370 sells it for me despite the limitations of the audio outputs.
#35
Please correct me if im wrong, isnt the S370 a budget player, & the S760 a higher class, midrange player?
#36
Rips
Please correct me if im wrong, isnt the S370 a budget player, & the S760 a higher class, midrange player?
Correct. The difference is that the S370 is newer than the S760 and has new features that the S760 doesn't.
#37
Ahh ok thx BigAde
#38
BigAde
WalterSmith
The Digital outs don't have the bandwidth for the true HD sound formats (DTS-MA, DD true)So, its either HDMI or 7 channel phonos, so the 760 is the only one that does the latter.
True - but DD/DTS 5.1 isn't THAT bad and will certainly do until an amp upgrade is possible. Personally the internet streaming of the S370 sells it for me despite the limitations of the audio outputs.

I thought that too until I upgraded my Pioneer amp to a noname Onkyo 1007 with full HDMI switching - mind blowing Audio quality now.

I have the S370, just playing devils advocate and giving reasons why this may be perferable.
#39
WalterSmith
BigAde
WalterSmith
The Digital outs don't have the bandwidth for the true HD sound formats (DTS-MA, DD true)So, its either HDMI or 7 channel phonos, so the 760 is the only one that does the latter.
True - but DD/DTS 5.1 isn't THAT bad and will certainly do until an amp upgrade is possible. Personally the internet streaming of the S370 sells it for me despite the limitations of the audio outputs.
I thought that too until I upgraded my Pioneer amp to a noname Onkyo 1007 with full HDMI switching - mind blowing Audio quality now.I have the S370, just playing devils advocate and giving reasons why this may be perferable.

Would love to have the cash to upgrade my amp, sadly I can't see me explaining that one to the wife - at least for the time being. X)
Onkyo - wouldn't you be better with a recognised brand like Alba ;)
#40
Unless you need the analogue audio outs [non HDMI amp] then I'd go for the much newer 370 at the same price presently.

Yes, it might have been a 'top dog' player in it's time, but technology improvements move extremely fast these days....

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