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Technika Blu-Ray Player £59.97 @ Tesco Direct

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Seems like a good deal,
This BRSS10 Blu-ray player features full, high-definition video playback at up to 1080p resolution with upscale standard definition DVD for enhanced picture quality as well as Picture in Picture (PiP) functionality. Wired ethernet connection enables access to BD-Live features.
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#1
Anyone know if this player is blu-ray region-free?
#2
If you’re a frequenter of Tesco or the store’s online website, direct.tesco.com, you might have come across this sub-£100 Blu-ray player.

Compared with rival players, the BRSS10 has a notably narrow chassis, but build quality is par for the course. A combination of neon blue numbers and letters makes the display easy to read.

The elongated remote is responsive, but the button positioning is over-complicated, with the d-pad a fair distance from the main playback buttons.

BD playback is watchable
Connectivity includes an HDMI input, USB input and ethernet socket, for accessing BD-Live content. The BRSS10 can either bitstream HD audio formatsor decode them onboard and outputs LPCM.

Blu-ray playback is watchable enough. Detail levels are fine for the money although the colours have a subtle, warmish tint.

DVD playback is okay, but with regards both formats, the class-leaders produce a sharper, cleaner image.

Spin Clash of the Titans and the player produces quite a flat sound. Once again, the top machines at this money display greater subtlety and dynamics.
#3
poor build quality id buy an onoko at £79.95 lol yes im milking it sorry
#4
LOUGHBORO GUY
poor build quality id buy an onoko at £79.95 lol yes im milking it sorry

or
you can buy a philips blu ray player from asda for £59.97
#5
Is this any good ??? seems helluva cheap, too cheap in fact !!!

Anyone ?
#6
Tafsir
LOUGHBORO GUY
poor build quality id buy an onoko at £79.95 lol yes im milking it sorry
or you can buy a philips blu ray player from asda for £59.97

now £57 ....got mine the weekend....;0)
#7
stuwbafc
Tafsir
LOUGHBORO GUY
poor build quality id buy an onoko at £79.95 lol yes im milking it sorry
or you can buy a philips blu ray player from asda for £59.97


now £57 ....got mine the weekend....;0)


What is the model number of the philips from ASDA please?

On the ASDA direct website they have

Philips BDP2500 - £97

Philips Bdp3100 - £127

Is it one of these?
#8
Philips BDP2500 - £57

it is that one the are 7 in the Bodmin store
#9
they had stacks instore by me (halesowen)........
#10
What is the level of support like for these cheapy players?
One of them might suit me as a 2nd player.
I ask because so many name brand Blu-ray players need regular firmware updates to even play some discs and a no-name brand would worry me on this score.
#11
I have the cheapo F&H Blu Ray, and that was £45/55 I cant remember, its pretty poor, but even though I work for Tesco, and could get this alot cheaper, I would even look at anything that says Technika. Never heard a good word about the brand.

Hate looking at them at work.
#12
well said the tvs are rubbish as well along with alba bush etc
#13
well said the tvs are rubbish as well along with alba bush etc

In this scenario you really are better off with a Sony etc. I don't understand why people risk buying these cheapo brands when if they hang around here for a while they will likely find a deal for not that much more for a more reputable brand.
There is no guarantee that a Sony or Philips will be better but the odds are surely in your favour. I see this as a form of gambling and I’d rather have the odds in my favour even if it means paying a bit more.
#14
Never had an issue with my 32" £199 Technica TV from earlier this year. And with it being Tesco, you can take it back after 364 days and say its gone faulty and get a full refund (with initial free clubcard points ;)) so which ever way you look at it, its a winner.

If you expect to get quality for a cheap price, then you better buy a Onoko. ;)
#15
Fleabum
Never had an issue with my 32" £199 Technica TV from earlier this year. And with it being Tesco, you can take it back after 364 days and say its gone faulty and get a full refund (with initial free clubcard points ;)) so which ever way you look at it, its a winner.If you expect to get quality for a cheap price, then you better buy a Onoko. ;)
The picture on your Technica 32 inch tv isnt as good as the picture on a 32 inch sony or samsung or panasonic if you dont mind this then you are on to a winner once the 12 months is up expect problems due to its cheap build quality
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254°, really? If you lot are so keen to **** your money up the wall how about you club together and buy Loughboro Guy an Onkyo, at least then someone will get some decent entertainment.....

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