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Seems like a cheap, good brand Blu-Ray player. No discount codes or Quidco by the looks of it but Nectar points are available if you're a collector.

Get amazing 1080p Blu ray pictures with the Sony BDPS350 Blu Ray player, your existing DVDs will also be upscaled to look incredible!
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#1
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The BDP-S350 models support BonusView (picture-in-picture) featured on some of the Blu-ray Disc theatrical releases. The BDP-S350 models are BD-Live ready featuring an Ethernet port for an easy firmware update and access to Internet-based interactive content features. They also feature an external port for local storage, so users can add optional flash-based memory. The players feature 1080/60p and 24p True Cinema output. They are compatible with most standard DVDs and feature 1080p upscaling through an HDMI connection to capable HDTV sets, improving the picture performance of existing DVD libraries.The BDP-S350 models offer 7.1 channel Dolby TrueHD and Dolby digital plus decoding and bit-stream output, as well as dts-HD high resolution audio and master audio bit-stream output. The players support AVCHD discs encoded with x.v.Color (xvYCC) technology, an international standard for wide color space reproduction. The standard expands the current data range of video by about 1.8 times, allowing the players to output more natural and vivid colors similar to what the human eye can actually see. The players also feature compatibility with an array of video formats, including BD-R/RE (BDMV and BDAV modes), DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW (video mode), CD, CD-R/RW (CD-DA format), and JPEG on DVD/CD recordable media.
#2
voted hot
#3
Voted hot, but this appeared on a thread alongside the Sony LCD 40v4000 at £99.00

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/263278/sony-kdl40v4000-40-inch-1080p-full-
#5
This is an excellent buy.If I did not already have a PS3 this would be mine.
#6
Lanse;3275624
This is an excellent buy.If I did not already have a PS3 this would be mine.


My thoughts exactly.

HOT.
1 Like #7
IMO it's a dead format. Useful for storage of large amounts of data but as a home entertainment media streaming is the future, and the forseeable future at that.

Once we catch up with france and have 50/100mb Internet connections then it's good bye clutter under the T hello cheap streaming.

£15 for a BD you will watch once or £3.50 for the same quality to watch it, well, once
[mod]#8
Good deal Bookie :)
#9
Very hot, great deal
#10


THIS IS FOR DVD ONLY OF COURSE:thumbsup:
#11
ms2005;3275675
£15 for a BD you will watch once or £3.50 for the same quality to watch it, well, once


A LoveFilm subscription solves that problem. I pay £16 a month to watch many BR movies vs paying that to buy one BR or a couple of new release DVDs at most. That's the most expensive option for unlimited rentals and 3 discs at a time. You could pay a lot less if you don't need that many at once or only plan on watching a few a month.

It will be years before the whole country has fantastic connection speeds. Years is enough time for me.
#12
ms2005
IMO it's a dead format. Useful for storage of large amounts of data but as a home entertainment media streaming is the future, and the forseeable future at that.

Once we catch up with france and have 50/100mb Internet connections then it's good bye clutter under the T hello cheap streaming.

£15 for a BD you will watch once or £3.50 for the same quality to watch it, well, once


I wouldn't hold your breathe on the 100mb connections, which magical company is going to swoop down and install all the infrastructure, get it working reliably and allow the public to use it cheaply and unrestricted????
#13
I look forward to 2050 when this will be widely available and then we need 1000mb for 3D Super HDTV:thumbsup:

ms2005
IMO it's a dead format. Useful for storage of large amounts of data but as a home entertainment media streaming is the future, and the forseeable future at that.

Once we catch up with france and have 50/100mb Internet connections then it's good bye clutter under the T hello cheap streaming.

£15 for a BD you will watch once or £3.50 for the same quality to watch it, well, once
#14
ms2005
IMO it's a dead format. Useful for storage of large amounts of data but as a home entertainment media streaming is the future, and the forseeable future at that.

Once we catch up with france and have 50/100mb Internet connections then it's good bye clutter under the T hello cheap streaming.

£15 for a BD you will watch once or £3.50 for the same quality to watch it, well, once


digital streaming surpassing physical media is a long, long, long way off. Companies like Microsoft seem to think that the next big thing is downloadable media, but they are misguided.

i'm sure the vast majority of people prefer to hold a hard copy of something in their hand, than an elusive digital file which could so very easily corrupt and thus become completely useless.
#15
nice player heated! :)

I'm considering replacing my DVD player and the PS3 with this as the PS3 can't play my American disks...
#16
Blu ray is dead?! 50/100mb broadband is coming?!

People are so clueless...

Voted HOT.
#17
Totally agree, this is a great deal for a highly regarded player (MUCH better than the first model - BDP-S300)

See for yourself: http://whathifi.com/Review/Sony-BDP-S350/

Heat&Rep added
#18
Voted hot. The more people that get buying bluray the cheaper we will be able to get blurays for.. you know you want one..
#19
imsk4376
Voted hot, but this appeared on a thread alongside the Sony LCD 40v4000 at £99.00

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/263278/sony-kdl40v4000-40-inch-1080p-full-

yeah BUT you have to buy the telly to get it for that price......................

as for the blue ray is dead comments.. can i just ask in which part of the galaxy is blue ray dead? i have got feeling it will be around for a while here in the good old fashioned SOLAR SYSTEM :whistling:

hot deal, id get this if i wasn't after a PS3.
#20
dogvilledan
digital streaming surpassing physical media is a long, long, long way off. Companies like Microsoft seem to think that the next big thing is downloadable media, but they are misguided.

i'm sure the vast majority of people prefer to hold a hard copy of something in their hand, than an elusive digital file which could so very easily corrupt and thus become completely useless.


I agree, funny that isn't... Once the format they were backing (HDDVD) wen't swimming with the fishes, they turned around and said.... erm... actually, digital downloads are the future... Microsoft really make me laugh sometimes!
#21
afc1903
I wouldn't hold your breathe on the 100mb connections, which magical company is going to swoop down and install all the infrastructure, get it working reliably and allow the public to use it cheaply and unrestricted????


Virgin media are upping their speeds to 50mb in christmas/new year... so I guess that's a start
#22
2 free dvds to claim from Sony I believe also, Casino Royale and Batman Begins
#23
....and I read somewhere there's supposedly 2 free BD discs included in the deal ?

"You can then claim TWO FREE MOVIES by redemption from Sony. The movies are Casino Royale and Batman Begins"
#24
It's a great entry price to get your Blu-ray collection started, especially with it being upgradable to 2.0. I'm gonna have to spend the morning mulling over whether or not I wouldn't mind getting one of these even though I've already got a PS3 console. Multiregion DVD means I could chuck the old DVD player out.

How's the power consumption on these things compared to the beast that is PS3?
#25
dogvilledan
digital streaming surpassing physical media is a long, long, long way off. Companies like Microsoft seem to think that the next big thing is downloadable media, but they are misguided.

i'm sure the vast majority of people prefer to hold a hard copy of something in their hand, than an elusive digital file which could so very easily corrupt and thus become completely useless.


Just like downloadable music - that will never work. I mean who actually bothers to download music? :whistling:
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).
#26
I think Blu-ray will be around for a while yet. Unlike music and games, movie downloads are just nowhere near as good as their Blu-ray equivalent:

1080p picture,
DTS-HD & Dolby Digital HD soundtracks
Loads of extras, directors commentary etc etc etc

I have this Sony, and its a fantastic bit of kit. At this price it really is a no brainier.
#27
bob_regis
Just like downloadable music - that will never work. I mean who actually bothers to download music? :whistling:
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).


I dont...............I still buy CD's as they sound far better than a compressed download.
#28
bob_regis
Just like downloadable music - that will never work. I mean who actually bothers to download music? :whistling:
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).

A video file: 50GB or whatever a BD movie/extra/subtitles/various audio streams use...be ...

A music file: 4/5MB


NO comparison!


When and who is planning to build the infrastructure to support 50GB downloads ... ???


Stop trolling!
1 Like #29
c00li0
2 free dvds to claim from Sony I believe also, Casino Royale and Batman Begins


Thanks for that :thumbsup:

Link Here
#30
jerkyboy
I dont...............I still buy CD's as they sound far better than a compressed download.

I agree with you, I buy (used to buy) from iTunes and have downloaded legal MP3's when I'm at work and need to listing to a song in the car back home, but if I really like it, I buy it on CD.

I have a DVD player in my car and can theoretically put thousands of tracks on 1 DVD but the problem is not one song is gonna sound as good as a CD.
#31
This is a good deal but people should remember they have to have the appropriate TV to get the full benefits of watching Blu-ray media on this device. To appreciate the clear crisp picture quality you really need a full HD ready 1080p flat panel TV (LCD or Plasma). Anything less and the player just upscales the picture resolution, as it does with regular dvd's. Most people who have HD ready Tv's which were bought over the last 18-24 months could possibly be 1080i. Interlaced as oppossed to Progressive.
#32
I am tempted by this player. I have never heard of the retailer though.

A quick search found some dodgey reviews :(

http://www.kelkoo.co.uk/mr-7138623-laskys

Anybody else use them before?
#33
jerkyboy
I think Blu-ray will be around for a while yet. Unlike music and games, movie downloads are just nowhere near as good as their Blu-ray equivalent:

1080p picture,
DTS-HD & Dolby Digital HD soundtracks
Loads of extras, directors commentary etc etc etc

I have this Sony, and its a fantastic bit of kit. At this price it really is a no brainier.

very true, especially with the DVD region unlock, you can replace a DVD player with this, it's among the finest blu ray spinners around, at the price range of high end DVD players.
#34
ARGH!!! I want this not only is it a bargain but it can be dvd region hacked

azzy129
This is a good deal but people should remember they have to have the appropriate TV to get the full benefits of watching Blu-ray media on this device. To appreciate the clear crisp picture quality you really need a full HD ready 1080p flat panel TV (LCD or Plasma). Anything less and the player just upscales the picture resolution, as it does with regular dvd's. Most people who have HD ready Tv's which were bought over the last 18-24 months could possibly be 1080i. Interlaced as oppossed to Progressive.


Utter rubbish - i use 1080i on my hd dvds and it looks fantastic - you know nothing

Now i gotta wait for my mum to get home so i can borrow her debit card - thank god i saw this today i was going to go into gamestation2morro to spend my credit note on a ps3

Also just google the player and supposidly when you reigster it you get 2 free blu rays Casino Royale and Batman begins
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/forum/cd/discussion.html/ref=cm_cd_ef_rt_tft_tp?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx10QTZANX35MHF&asin=B001DN1SP4&cdThread=Tx3TQUVNHYK050H

When you open the box, along with the manual, remote, guarantee etc., there should be a CDROM somewhere in there. Place the CDROM in your PC and you should be directed to a Sony site where you can register the product and claim your two free BDs.
#35
SFBanks
I am tempted by this player. I have never heard of the retailer though.

A quick search found some dodgey reviews :(

http://www.kelkoo.co.uk/mr-7138623-laskys

Anybody else use them before?

can't vouch for them but they've been around for quite some time now...
#36
bob_regis
Just like downloadable music - that will never work. I mean who actually bothers to download music? :whistling:
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).


3mb download as opposed to 3-4gb? Um?

3 seconds as opposed to 1/2 days? Um?
#37
Matt.Wild
3mb download as opposed to 3-4gb? Um?

3 seconds as opposed to 1/2 days? Um?


He was being sarcastic hence
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).
#38
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bob_regis:
Just like downloadable music - that will never work. I mean who actually bothers to download music?
(Am not sure if my sarcasm comes accross here).

jerkyboy:
I dont...............I still buy CD's as they sound far better than a compressed download.


Most folks, I would guess, have some of both, even if it is just to evaluate whether they want to spend the money on the real thing! :whistling:

As to 100MB home feeds, who is going to provide this at a price that we can afford? It might happen for new-build housing estates but for anything that exists at the moment, I think it is unlikely.

Virgin may be upping its bandwidth to 50MB but at what price to the end user and what cap? Even if there is no cap at the moment, once folks decide that downloading media is a great idea, caps will most definitely kick in.

Look at it from a slightly different point of view, the likes of the BBC and C4 have caught a lot of people out when users discovered that dowloading missed programmes knocked seven bells out of their capped allowance and they had to pay for the excess. Also, Virgin has a monopoly in the areas that it operates. If you have cable, there is only one choice for your supplier and, effectively, the same is true for satellite.

Anyone care to offer a different view of the cloud-cuckoo land that I live in??:roll::thumbsup::roll: [/SIZE]
#39
Bookie
Thanks for that :thumbsup:

Link Here


Thanks for the link. Here's the T&Cs URL mentioned in that: http://xs.sonyfactory.com/BDPROMOTERMS/
#40
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Jerry Hatrick
Thanks for the link. Here's the T&Cs URL mentioned in that: http://xs.sonyfactory.com/BDPROMOTERMS/


I guess that this is a typo in the T&Cs? :whistling::whistling:
Customers purchasing the BDP-S350 or/and BDP-550 Blu-ray Disc™ players from Sony between 15/09/08 and [COLOR="Red"]15/01/08[/COLOR] inclusive from participating outlets are entitled to claim by redemption the following two movies on Blu-ray Disc ™: Batman Begins and Casino Royale. This offer is subject to availability.

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