SONY BDPS370B.CEK Blu-ray Player £87.74 del + 3.5% cashback @ Laskeys - HotUKDeals
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This Blu-ray player comes with BRAVIA Internet Video to stream internet content to TV including BBC iPlayer, is WiFi... more

This Blu-ray player comes with BRAVIA Internet Video to stream internet content to TV including BBC iPlayer, is WiFi Ready for wireless network connection via USB dongle and enables you to share photos, music and movies via a USB connection. ... close

* Access to Internet apps
* WiFi ready
* Internet enabled with BBC iPlayer
* DLNA Networking
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#1
Great player! Got one before christmas for £92.. Its coming down even lower now!
Great Buy!
#2
Cheapest yet ?

Fraid not, was £79.99 @ Richer Sounds
#3
One word of caution - to use internet streaming you need a Sony USB dongle - costs not much less than the DVD player
#4
mpsp6368
One word of caution - to use internet streaming you need a Sony USB dongle - costs not much less than the DVD player


No you don't, it's optional. You can use a standard ethernet cable connection either through a bridge on your pc/laptop, or directly into your router.


-Kev
#5
Or get a set of Homeplugs for less that the Sony Wifi dongle, which costs alot less and gives a much faster connection.
#6
Marvellous bit of kit. I can't fault it. So much more than a Blu-ray player. I use mine more for iPlayer and streaming content from my PC. At this price it is a steal.
#7
good price
#8
mbailey
Or get a set of Homeplugs for less that the Sony Wifi dongle, which costs alot less and gives a much faster connection.


Thanks - might try this
#9
mbailey
Or get a set of Homeplugs for less that the Sony Wifi dongle, which costs alot less and gives a much faster connection.

Yep - I do this with mine and it works great with no set up fuss at all.
#10
GrumpyOldFella
Marvellous bit of kit. I can't fault it. So much more than a Blu-ray player. I use mine more for iPlayer and streaming content from my PC. At this price it is a steal.


Have you had any issues with formats it wont play? also any issues with Iplayer?

My LG has trouble with IPlayer, LG support told me I needed a booster for my internet connection! Tossers!
#11
is this compatible with lovefilm to stream movies?
#12
1982
is this compatible with lovefilm to stream movies?

Yes
#13
silly question... but do these things have Scart/Component out? I want the steaming, but don't want to shell out on a HDMI telly just yet....
1 Like #14
Got this player a few weeks ago, its awesome. Can be made DVD multiregion buy using a one-for-all remote (about £15) and by doing this

Leoattwood - not sure about scart/component, but its definately got composite (yellow phono), so can definately be used on a none HD tellybox.

Edited By: craigstephens on Jan 09, 2011 13:55
#15
I haven't encountered any issues with any of the video formats I have tried to play and audio plays in MP3 or WAV. It won't display photographs in RAW but can handle all my other formats. The iPlayer is faultless and much higher quality than my XBox or Humax Freesat HD. I struggle to get a little over 4 MB connection on my ADSL and have never encountered any issues with streaming iPlayer content. I use Homeplugs to connect to my router too. I can thoroughly recommend this player.
#16
No scart but it does have component out.
#17
can someone explain the homeplugs please.
#18
There is one problem you may hit with iplayer if you use Virginmedia cable BB, like me.

The Sony tries to load the full PC iplayer frontpages and runs out of memory (a message keeps popping up telling you this). The fix can be found on the iplayer forums via Google and involves specifying cache settings on the Sony. Not hard if you follow the instructions given.

No problem after that.
#19
dantoe12
can someone explain the homeplugs please.

Homeplug is a way of distrubuting your network around your house using your 240v ring mains.

You have an adapter next to your broadband router, and you have a second adapter next to your TV/DVD player.

I just purchased some Dlink DHP-307AV/B from Amazon (£60).

More information here:
http://www.homeplug.org/home/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HomePlug
#20
GrumpyOldFella
I haven't encountered any issues with any of the video formats I have tried to play and audio plays in MP3 or WAV. It won't display photographs in RAW but can handle all my other formats. The iPlayer is faultless and much higher quality than my XBox or Humax Freesat HD. I struggle to get a little over 4 MB connection on my ADSL and have never encountered any issues with streaming iPlayer content. I use Homeplugs to connect to my router too. I can thoroughly recommend this player.


Thank you very much for the info :-)
#21
DonDraper
There is one problem you may hit with iplayer if you use Virginmedia cable BB, like me.

The Sony tries to load the full PC iplayer frontpages and runs out of memory (a message keeps popping up telling you this). The fix can be found on the iplayer forums via Google and involves specifying cache settings on the Sony. Not hard if you follow the instructions given.

No problem after that.


Thank you also for the info :-)
#22
DonDraper
There is one problem you may hit with iplayer if you use Virginmedia cable BB, like me.

The Sony tries to load the full PC iplayer frontpages and runs out of memory (a message keeps popping up telling you this). The fix can be found on the iplayer forums via Google and involves specifying cache settings on the Sony. Not hard if you follow the instructions given.

No problem after that.


Any chance on letting us in on the fix?
Googled it, but can only find people saying they have problems, not a fix

Cheers
#23
Anyone know if we are allowed to sell on the multi region hack remotes on here when finshed with ?




Edited By: deanos on Jan 09, 2011 23:19
#24
got one
#25
Any owners comment on how quick this is to be usable once you hit the on button?

I ask because my old Sony BD300 takes about 90seconds to actually work once you hit 'on' - my fault for being an earlier adopor I guess!
#26
I've never timed it, but its much faster than that even in slow mode. If you a particlular there is a fast mode too, but it uses a bit more power on standby, then its supposed to be a few seconds, I;'ve not needed it.
#27
23 seconds in slow boot up mode appx.
#28
Out of stock and £99.99 now

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