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Sharp BDHP20H. BLU-RAY Disc Player Was £299 Now £99 + Delivery @ Martin Dawes
Sharp BDHP20H. BLU-RAY Disc Player Was £299 Now £99 + Delivery  @ Martin Dawes

Sharp BDHP20H. BLU-RAY Disc Player Was £299 Now £99 + Delivery @ Martin Dawes

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Just found this, sounds an interesting deal just been reduced to only £99 from £299
Sharp BDHP20H
Blu-Ray Player1080p High Definition Player 24Hz Cinema Mode output Aquos Link1080p Standard DVD Upscale Dolby TrueHD Dolby Digital Plus

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£7 delivery needs to be included in your price but seems a good deal. £107 all in, havent seen any bluray under £150. Sharp are a good brand too, not that well known here but in china they have more market share than sony. seems to have mixed reviews on some sites but if you want a budget bluray player it seeems like a good deal.

Does anybody know if this can be modded (to play multiregion DVD's).

MM

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montgomery19;3716089

£7 delivery needs to be included in your price but seems a good deal. … £7 delivery needs to be included in your price but seems a good deal. £107 all in, havent seen any bluray under £150. Sharp are a good brand too, not that well known here but in china they have more market share than sony. seems to have mixed reviews on some sites but if you want a budget bluray player it seeems like a good deal.


Argos also have a Bush Blu Ray for £97.xx, and John Lewis (if you can find stock at any branch!) have the Sony 300 at £99.99

montgomery19;3716089

£7 delivery needs to be included in your price but seems a good deal. … £7 delivery needs to be included in your price but seems a good deal. £107 all in, havent seen any bluray under £150. Sharp are a good brand too, not that well known here but in china they have more market share than sony. seems to have mixed reviews on some sites but if you want a budget bluray player it seeems like a good deal.



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Would rather pay a little extra to get the Sony & 5 Blurays...

you get what you pay for, be carefull the lack of ethernet port would make you believe its not BD live, therefor may not play all blu ray dvds without an update, and you'll have to contact sharp to get an update disc on each of these occasions.

I think the Sony BD350 is the better deal and better hardware but good to see sub-£100 Blu-Ray players on sale.
The Argos Bush player is now at £146. And it's ****.

not bad

Good find ideal for xmas man!

MinstrelMan;3716521

you get what you pay for, be carefull the lack of ethernet port would … you get what you pay for, be carefull the lack of ethernet port would make you believe its not BD live, therefor may not play all blu ray dvds without an update, and you'll have to contact sharp to get an update disc on each of these occasions.



Lack of BD Live will NOT prevent any Bluray movie from playing and the majority of it's extras, only extras that require an internet connection, which currently is no big deal.

According to WhatHiFi
*
For
Fine 1080p/24fps images and exciting TrueHD decoding
*
Against
Hopeless display, grim menus and remote; doesn't always handle difficult motion scenes well

Think I'd spend the extra for the Sony

Mire Mare;3716130

Does anybody know if this can be modded (to play multiregion DVD's).MM



Just done a load of searching. No remote hack for DVD, which a lot of machines have. (and no hack for Blu ray, but that's no surprise).
Only option would be a chip mod and I can see that being a bit pricey

Dunno why they have 24hz mode in it when 98% of their Aquos TV's do not support it including the Sharp 42"" I own. Laughable.

Good deal though :thumbsup:

I was a fairly early adopter to the DVD format, was swayed by the fire sales on titles and cheap hardware with HD DVD..but seriously I currently have no faith in Blu Ray.....seems it doesn't know its ass from its elbow. At least things were standardised with HD DVD.

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i thought martin dawes only sold refurbs & A-grade stuff

dontasciime;3717195

Dunno why they have 24hz mode in it when 98% of their Aquos TV's do not … Dunno why they have 24hz mode in it when 98% of their Aquos TV's do not support it including the Sharp 42"" I own. Laughable.Good deal though :thumbsup:



Perhaps they maybe are aiming for the majority of the market rather than just people who buy their TVs?!

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lambyUK;3717609

Perhaps they maybe are aiming for the majority of the market rather than … Perhaps they maybe are aiming for the majority of the market rather than just people who buy their TVs?!




I maybe should have said that the majority of TV's including their own do not support it

Not a great machine at all, I owned one for 10 months.

Very, very, VERY slow to start-up, even in 'Quick start'mode. Very, very slow to load disc menus and then has jerky menu animation, like a PC trying to run a game is doesn't have the specs for.

I found high contrast scenes (Lots of whites and so on), such as anything snow covered in the BBCs 'Blue Planet' grainy, even in 24Hz mode and yes I did try it on more than one 1080p TV.

Slow response speed when pressing buttons on the remote too.

I got it as a free gift from Currys at the start of the year when I bought my new 46" TV but even though it was free I wasn't impressed. I suppose £99 for a Blu-Ray player is a fair price but the machine's perfromance is reflected in the low price.

Great price - heat added.
Personally I'm still waiting for the prices to come down further but fab for those who want one before Christmas.
Good to see it too as I sold this on gumtree earlier in the year for £210 when i got it free with my Sharp HDTV

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