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SONY BDPS360B.CEK £89.99 @ Comet

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SONY BDPS360B.CEK Blu Ray Player - Easter Sale - Half Price
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#1
Showing as £129.95?
#2
ohitsaidwalker;8269769
Showing as £129.95?
Showing £89.99 for me. Try clearing your cookies and looking again.

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#3
Please follow link to easter deals section
#4
Will be a lot cheaper when the new 3D ones come out as they wont be that much more expensive, so I am waiting to get a good deal on the 760

Should be about a month or two
#5
#6
Press go to deal at the top.
#8
Thanks... been waiting for this to drop in price again :thumbsup:
#9
#10
Great deal! have some heat.:thumbsup:
#11
ohitsaidwalker;8269911
Thanks Im giving up... still £129.95 though... will visit store
Hehe. Looks like you crashed the website!

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p44/cutthroat_jake/Comet.jpg

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#12
seems fine n0w, heat!
#13
They'd need to be a third of this price before I'd buy one.
#14
Hi - the search listing was showing at 129.99, but clicking through to the actual page showed the 1/2 price offer.

I searched for the model and went straight to the page.

Not many in stock in store though. I'm picking mine up shortly from Manchester Trafford, but you can have it with free postage for Friday next week.

Happy hunting.
#15
canada16
Will be a lot cheaper when the new 3D ones come out as they wont be that much more expensive, so I am waiting to get a good deal on the 760

Should be about a month or two


Not everyone is interested in the 3D ones as yet, I have only just bought an amp that supports 1.3 HDMI spec, 3D TVs are going to be 4x the cost of current LCD TVs.

To be honest, as a movie fan I do not really wish currently or in the near future fancy the prospect of watching a 3D movie in the home. There is enough depth of image in a decently shot film to not warrant the "gimmick" of 3D currently.

At the strength of the two "blockbuster" movies so far that have been hyped in 3D, both "Avatar" and "Alice In Wonderland" which both relied heavily on style over substance (and I am a huge Tim Burton fan, and have to say it's his worst movie so far) then I think its also going to be a good while before a lot of people are going to invest in 3D within the home.
#16
Excellent deal! I bought this for £119 a month ago (+ 3 Blu Ray films) and thought that was a good deal. The Blu Ray playback is superb (it's better than the PS3) but what's impressed most is the way it plays back DVDs, way better than my previous Toshiba player - its given most my film library a new lease of life!
#17
PhilK
They'd need to be a third of this price before I'd buy one.


And the discs a third of the price too? It's called DVD :)
#18
Would this show any significant improvement over a PS3 for playing Blu's?
1 Like #19
According to what hifi, no and even if you could it would be so so minimal.

I have a PS3, and I would not but this, but would buy a 760, as they said you see an improvment on that one over the ps3.
#20
HOT - but not sure if it really is half price. I bought a brand new one with updated software from aBay site 2 weeks back for £104.99 inc. 12 month warranty plus £9.99 postage.
#21
canada16
According to what hifi, no and even if you could it would be so so minimal.

I have a PS3, and I would not but this, but would buy a 760, as they said you see an improvment on that one over the ps3.


Thanks for that... it's no doubt a superb deal but for me I'll pass and stick with the PS3 until the 760 comes on offer :thumbsup:
#22
[QUOTE=cicobuff]Not everyone is interested in the 3D ones as yet, I have only just bought an amp that supports 1.3 HDMI spec, 3D TVs are going to be 4x the cost of current LCD TVs.
"
No they wont - Price of 3D TVs will drop like a stone - it costs very little to put the component in a tV to make it 3D capable. Prices will be significantly higher initialy as they enthusiast early adopters will pay over the odds, but within 2 years a 40" 3D TV will be the same price as a 40" normal TV now

however if you keep waiting for the next technology, you'd still be playing cats cradle with a ball of string!
#23
montblanc;8270754
And the discs a third of the price too? It's called DVD :)

these should play avchd files too
which are rips of blu-ray films
dont think it will support mkv files though
#24
Bought one at local Comet store this morning for £89.99 but out of stock, expecting warehouse delivery on Tuesday so can't watch over Easter :(
#25
if currys have them in stock they will price match and nock 10% off it i think
#26
No they wont - Price of 3D TVs will drop like a stone - it costs very little to put the component in a tV to make it 3D capable. Prices will be significantly higher initialy as they enthusiast early adopters will pay over the odds, but within 2 years a 40" 3D TV will be the same price as a 40" normal TV now

however if you keep waiting for the next technology, you'd still be playing cats cradle with a ball of string![/QUOTE]

Yes, but as said, unless you are new in the market for a 3DTV and 3D Blu Ray Player and awaiting HDMI 1.4 spec AV Receivers (unless you can PCM it via analogue outs depending on the 3D Blu Ray Player specs) then its going to be a few years, so does this make this deal cold?

I am still very happy with my 3 year old 1080i panel LCD TV, and I don't see 3D movies catching on the same in the home as a cinema experience, the S720 is £320, this is £89. Not everyone wants to buy a PS3. Not everyone wants, or is ready for 3D....why the hell are people comparing, its like saying every current Blu Ray player deal is no good because its outdated lol :roll:
#27
Not really fussed about 3D, but am thinking about a 1080p screen.

This is an awesome deal for what I believe is a well rated player. I'm no longered concerned with spending several hundred. This is a great price.
#28
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/560430/SONY-BDPS360B.CEK/tab/specification#spec

Ok but no divx...

No stock within 30 miles of Soton - stone cold if you can't buy one
#29
Richer sounds will happily price beat this as you can collect in store. They take off £5 for products under £300. So 84.99. I am guessing RS will be quite busy today.

To be fair this was 79.99 in RS boxing day sale. Are there no discount codes for comet?
#30
canada16;8269806
Will be a lot cheaper when the new 3D ones come out as they wont be that much more expensive, so I am waiting to get a good deal on the 760

Should be about a month or two

but you need a capable tv.....i only replaced my tv for a pioneer kuro less than 2 years ago so i wont be replacing it for several years yet
#31
cicobuff;8270709
Not everyone is interested in the 3D ones as yet, I have only just bought an amp that supports 1.3 HDMI spec, 3D TVs are going to be 4x the cost of current LCD TVs.

To be honest, as a movie fan I do not really wish currently or in the near future fancy the prospect of watching a 3D movie in the home. There is enough depth of image in a decently shot film to not warrant the "gimmick" of 3D currently.

At the strength of the two "blockbuster" movies so far that have been hyped in 3D, both "Avatar" and "Alice In Wonderland" which both relied heavily on style over substance (and I am a huge Tim Burton fan, and have to say it's his worst movie so far) then I think its also going to be a good while before a lot of people are going to invest in 3D within the home.



agreed - im not sure i WANT to watch films in 3d anyway but if i do youd need to watch it on a massive screen, not a puny <60in tv screen...im talking a massive cinema screen for the effect to have any real impact
#32
stevo707;8270715
Excellent deal! I bought this for £119 a month ago (+ 3 Blu Ray films) and thought that was a good deal. The Blu Ray playback is superb (it's better than the PS3) but what's impressed most is the way it plays back DVDs, way better than my previous Toshiba player - its given most my film library a new lease of life!

toshiba dvd players are rubbish....best dvd players i used was the denon 1940...dvd playback is so good that the jump to blu ray sony 350 wasnt that massive
#33
cicobuff;8271246
No they wont - Price of 3D TVs will drop like a stone - it costs very little to put the component in a tV to make it 3D capable. Prices will be significantly higher initialy as they enthusiast early adopters will pay over the odds, but within 2 years a 40" 3D TV will be the same price as a 40" normal TV now

however if you keep waiting for the next technology, you'd still be playing cats cradle with a ball of string!


Yes, but as said, unless you are new in the market for a 3DTV and 3D Blu Ray Player and awaiting HDMI 1.4 spec AV Receivers (unless you can PCM it via analogue outs depending on the 3D Blu Ray Player specs) then its going to be a few years, so does this make this deal cold?

I am still very happy with my 3 year old 1080i panel LCD TV, and I don't see 3D movies catching on the same in the home as a cinema experience, the S720 is £320, this is £89. Not everyone wants to buy a PS3. Not everyone wants, or is ready for 3D....why the hell are people comparing, its like saying every current Blu Ray player deal is no good because its outdated lol :roll:[/quote]

spot on......you buy tech knowing that it will be cheaper and out of date soon, but this is a very good player and £90 isnt much for what still is new tech...you buy tech at a price point you think is fine....3d will take 18mths-2 years before it starts to be common but that assumes itll take off....im an early adopter but im not even remotely interested...im not spending another £5K+ to replace my 2 year old av system thanks...id rather watch it in a cinema anyway

for those of you who are new to this be aware that the sony limited tv/av connections - i believe hdmi only - my mum in law found out she couldnt connect her old scart tv to it...oops....but i did say that whats the point in watching blu ray on a crt/analogue tv...pointless
#34
Decent enough deal but i'll stick with the ps3 for now.

3D tv etc will be a waste of time as its an experience to be seen on the big screen....even on a 50" panel it will be like 3D on a portable compared to the cinema :roll:
#35
Just a heads up i ordered this over the phone within 20mins of the deal being first posted - ordered via phone due to website crashing as described earlier in the thread. All was confirmed but just received a call back from Comet saying the item went out of stock whilst they were manually processing all the orders.

I would suspect allot of people who ordered this via the web and phone may well have a similar result.

EDIT - Oh they also had no ETA for anymore stock.
#36
3D tv wil never take off .. far to many of the words population with eye problems .. plus who on earth will get glass for everyone to watch the thing ? i'm still not convince blu ray will take over from dvd ( even tho ive got a blu ray player ) .. they need to do what some of the films got ... have dvd/blu ray/digital copy all on same disc .. will cut down on costs and help promote the better version at the same time
#37
Tried three different postcodes for this offer and didn't have any success. There will be another offer along soon for this player. They come about every few weeks.
#38
i didnt say this was a bad deal or its cold, just saying that 3d will happen and much quicker than many think, it will be defacto in mid to high end tvs in no time. doesnt wait for it though.

i'm tempted with this, wonder if this will trigger another mini price war as we saw after xmas on this model?
#39
no divx, and even worse no mkv........doesn't even have a usb port for an external drive. by the looks of things..wouldn't even consider this player.
#40
canada16
According to what hifi, no and even if you could it would be so so minimal.

I have a PS3, and I would not but this, but would buy a 760, as they said you see an improvment on that one over the ps3.


According to Whathifi on the PS3 slim:

"Sure, in outright quality terms, the PS3's picture doesn't quite stand comparison with a cheaper dedicated BD player like Sony's BDP-S360: playing both Blu-rays and DVDs, you'll notice slight losses in clarity, low-light detail and stability."

But I agree the difference isn't worth investing in, if you already have a PS3.

Their review of the BDPS360 is also impressive..

http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Sony-BDP-S360/

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