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Sony Blu-Ray DVD player BDPS350 £109.99 instore @ The Range

£109.99 @ The Range
Hi, this is my first post but I think it may be a cracker. Sony BLU-Ray player BDPS350 in stock at my local `The Range Store' for £109.99. This was the Store near Longham in Dorset. Big pile of the… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi, this is my first post but I think it may be a cracker.

Sony BLU-Ray player BDPS350 in stock at my local `The Range Store' for £109.99. This was the Store near Longham in Dorset. Big pile of them in stock and assume that this deal is Nationwide.

Cheapest I've found elsewhere is approx. £170.

Please go easy on the voting!

Multimedia guaranteed with BD-ROM/R/RE, DVD-+Video/R/RW, CD Playback, AVCHD Playback
Ultimate sound experience through 7.1 Channel HD audio bitstream out via HDMI (Ver1.3)
BD-Live ready: Just connect the player to the internet and download the latest firmware to access studio-specific online content including trailers, interviews and other extras through your Blu-ray Disc Player.
The Quick Start-up mode enables you to enjoy your Blu-ray movies already after just six seconds (6 sec).
BRAVIA Sync technology makes connecting the players to BRAVIA televisions and Home Theatre systems from Sony a piece of cake
The new XrossMediaBar guarantuees an easy to understand menu control, simple for everybody to use intuitively all of the players functions
New Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology that converts standard-definition signals (480i) to 1080p and outputs a full HD equivalent resolution signal to 1080p TVs via HDMI
With 24p True Cinema you can sit back and watch the film like in real cinema, without length or quality losses
Bonus View gives you the opportunity to watch picture in picture the extra features, such as the director's commentary, without stopping the film
The BonusView functionality allows you to view two separate video streams from the same Blu-ray Disc on screen at the same time
x.v.Color allows the S350 to output more natural and vivid colours similar to what the human eye actually sees in the natural world.
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[mod]#1
Hi
Thanks for posting. And welcome to HUKD.
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PS I presume it is instore only as it is £159.99 online
#2
Discontinued model, thats why they are selling them at that price, hot price though for sure, would be hard pushed to find a profile 2 Blu Ray player for less of any branded quality, and the 350 got really good reviews.

Heat added, although I am sure the cold votes will come in from those few that were fortunate enough to get them for £50 on clearance from Currys, but that was then...and limited.
#3
Good price
H&R
#4
I paid £124 a month ago so this is hot, plus I'm over the moon with mine and very happy with it's performance even though It cost me more.
#5
These are also available in Newport S.Wales. Apparently bankrupt stock.
#6
Wrong picture

http://www.windscreenwipers.info/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/sony_blueray.jpg
#7
Just found this review on What HiFi


For
Detailed, clear Blu-ray picture; solid DVD upscaling; bold, solid sound
Against
No onboard decoding of DTS HD Master Audio
Sony’s entry-level Blu-ray player is an impressively lean, mean machine. Measuring just 22cm deep, Sony has crammed all the electronics into a small chassis that has been embossed and strengthened in key areas to reduce the effects of unwanted vibrations.

The BDP-S350 also uses a new, virtually silent fan, and even the solder has been changed in an attempt to improve performance.

Out of the box, the Sony is only Profile 1.1 enabled, so you’ll have to carry out a firmware update over the internet using the player’s Ethernet port.

Alternatively, you can let it automatically search for updates. The Sony player’s connectivity also includes an HDMI output, coaxial digital output and USB input.

Exquisite sonic performance
This machine will output 1080p/24fps for Blu-ray and, of course, upscale DVD to 1080p too. For sound, it can output HD audio in bitstream form, or if you want to do the decoding in the player, it can convert everything to LPCM apart from DTS-HD Master Audio.

The BDP-S350 doesn’t have any multichannel analogue outputs. It’s audio quality where this Sony player really leads the way.

The explosions and gunfire on show in Bruce Willis’s Die Hard 4.0 sound bold, solid and weighty, while dialogue is natural and full-bodied without any trace of leanness or brightness.

See all Sony Blu-ray player reviews

The BDP-S350 isn’t even fazed when it comes to CD playback. Considering you’re listening to a Blu-ray player, it sounds rhythmic, composed and detailed with a wide range of music.

This Sony machine also dishes out a fine Blu-ray image. Spin Kevin Spacey’s 21 and the ’S350 really brings home the glitz and glamour of the Vegas nightlife and casinos.

The picture is polished, showing great attention to detail, and excellent sharpness and realism is also apparent. There’s a real clarity to the image that similarly priced players can’t muster.

When it comes to DVD playback, the ’S350 does the crisp transfer of Forgetting Sarah Marshall justice, displaying a welcome absence of on-screen noise.

Granted, the Sony might not tick every feature box, but if you’re in the market for an entry-level Blu-ray deck, the BDP-S350 is nigh-on perfect, and if you hit the online stores you should be able to pick one up for well under £200, making this player an absolute bargain.
#8
Its a fantastic blu ray p[layer and upscaler as well - plus it can be region hacked for dvds
#9
Had mine for over a year now and it's great. Can't fault it really. As blu-ray players go it's also really fast, just a few seconds to load a disc. Earlier players took up to a minute, sometimes longer.

There's no on-board dts-hd master audio decoding, but it does handle it via an undecoded bitstream out, so if your amp supports it then it's fine. Personally I send everything out as bitstream and let the amp do the decoding, what, since that's what the a/v receiver is kind of designed for.

You'll need to add a usb key to the back to support profile 2.0, and the socket is recessed so it needs to be one of those tiny usb key things. I used the Sony Microdrive 2GB, and it's fine (the really thin one).

Connects to your network via an ethernet socket and notifies you when a firmware update is available. You just say yes to download and install.

It can also be made multi-region (for DVD playback only) using a sequence of codes from a One4All remote. Google should help you find this if required.

Great player. Voting hot.
#10
Tesco have these for £70 if you can find any still in stock locally.
#11
dandoc2
Its a fantastic blu ray p[layer and upscaler as well - plus it can be region hacked for dvds


All the hacks that I can find online involve use of a 'one for all' remote or downloading a file, so if you know of a simple method, I would be grateful for the info. Cheers.
#12
Oh.... and I paid £150 for mine at Tesco not so long ago...so this gets heat from me!
#13
good player, i have one
#14
Bobbi Betamax;6820479
Tesco have these for £70 if you can find any still in stock locally.

since when? you sure it was the sony 350?
bought mine about 2 years ago @asda for £175 when it came out with 5 free blu rays - hancock, batman, casino royale, wall-e and the boring sounding abba drenched film which i havent watched - cant remember the name
#15
mallen;6820109
Had mine for over a year now and it's great. Can't fault it really. As blu-ray players go it's also really fast, just a few seconds to load a disc. Earlier players took up to a minute, sometimes longer.

There's no on-board dts-hd master audio decoding, but it does handle it via an undecoded bitstream out, so if your amp supports it then it's fine. Personally I send everything out as bitstream and let the amp do the decoding, what, since that's what the a/v receiver is kind of designed for.

You'll need to add a usb key to the back to support profile 2.0, and the socket is recessed so it needs to be one of those tiny usb key things. I used the Sony Microdrive 2GB, and it's fine (the really thin one).

Connects to your network via an ethernet socket and notifies you when a firmware update is available. You just say yes to download and install.

It can also be made multi-region (for DVD playback only) using a sequence of codes from a One4All remote. Google should help you find this if required.

Great player. Voting hot.


i would rather the amp do it too....have an onkyo 605....that was the main difference between the sony 350 and sony 550 - the latter did the decoding.....for my that was a disadvantage! and certainly not something i want to pay for
#16
Yes definately the 350. Have a photo on my phone, just not clever enough to upload it :-)
#17
dandoc2
Its a fantastic blu ray p[layer and upscaler as well - plus it can be region hacked for dvds


do you know how to hack ... could do with the code please
#18
I hacked mine for multiregion DVD playback by creating the following macro on my Pronto NG:

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If you've done it right, the 24fps LED will start flashing. Then reboot the machine and voila.

FWIW you can upgrade the firmware after doing the hack, and it will still be multiregion (for DVDs) afterwards.
#19
royals
since when? you sure it was the sony 350?
bought mine about 2 years ago @asda for £175 when it came out with 5 free blu rays - hancock, batman, casino royale, wall-e and the boring sounding abba drenched film which i havent watched - cant remember the name


The reduction was applied in mid-october, I picked up the last one in a store i work in for a friend who's Bush Blu-Ray player died.
Deffo the 350.
#20
royals
cant remember the name


Probably "Mamma Mia", to put you out of your misery.

£110 for a Sony Bluray player is an impressively good price. No range stores anywhere near me though unfortunately.
#21
alcatraz1968
All the hacks that I can find online involve use of a 'one for all' remote or downloading a file, so if you know of a simple method, I would be grateful for the info. Cheers.


Nah you need a £10 remote thats all but works a treat

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