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Sony BDPS370 Blu-ray Player £89 now @amazon
Sony BDPS370 Blu-ray Player £89 now @amazon

Sony BDPS370 Blu-ray Player £89 now @amazon

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Watch and listen to content in full HD 1080P thanks to Blu-ray Disc™
Watch DVDs in near HD 1080p quality with DVD upscaling
Access YouTube™ and BBC iPlayer: Making the unmissable with the last 7 days of BBC TV and radio via your Blu-ray Disc™ Player with no need to connect your TV to your laptop or PC (via firmware update now available)
Plug in a Sony USB dongle to wirelessly access online content
Connect your flash drive via USB to enjoy your photos and films

108 Comments

wow! that price match was quick!

Appreciate that this has probably been asked before but which, if any, of the high street boys price match with Amazon?

dratty

Appreciate that this has probably been asked before but which, if any, of … Appreciate that this has probably been asked before but which, if any, of the high street boys price match with Amazon?


play.com

Ordered this on the 23rd of last month, would they refund me the extra £10 I paid?

dratty

Appreciate that this has probably been asked before but which, if any, of … Appreciate that this has probably been asked before but which, if any, of the high street boys price match with Amazon?



richer sounds

is this a better player than a ps3?

jonbinns

is this a better player than a ps3?


On disc loading times this beats the PS3 hands down.. If player is the only thing you want get this..

can this play mkv's that are greater than 4gb vis usb?

thanks, heat added btw

For £20 quid more hmw have this with 2012, district 9 and karate kid

maverik_77

On disc loading times this beats the PS3 hands down.. If player is the … On disc loading times this beats the PS3 hands down.. If player is the only thing you want get this..



Thanks, i already have a fat ps3, thinking of moving it to another room and replacing with this. Looks like it bitsteams HD audio which my PS3 didn't

Any idea if this is likely to get a firmware update to support 3D in the future or is only the newer 570 going to support that?

_mayhem_

can this play mkv's that are greater than 4gb vis usb?thanks, heat added … can this play mkv's that are greater than 4gb vis usb?thanks, heat added btw


Nope, NTFS is not supported.
You can play larger files if written to a DL DVD though.

I purchased this player from play.com. Just waiting for my wireless bridge to arrive before I can get it connected to the internet.

It's a slick player, well worth the money.

dparker97

Ordered this on the 23rd of last month, would they refund me the extra … Ordered this on the 23rd of last month, would they refund me the extra £10 I paid?



Same here. I have sent them a message, let's see what they will reply... I doubt though.

kyashwanth36

play.com



When did play.com have high street shops?

jonbinns

is this a better player than a ps3?



For us it's replaced a PS3 in the living room and it's a lot better. The worst thing about the PS3 was the noisy cooling fan kicking in after about 10 minutes which would mean having to turn the TV volume up very loud to drown it out and it really spoiled the viewing experience. Aside from that I would say that the picture quality, media streaming and viewing online content from the likes of BBC iPlayer is also a lot better on this than the PS3.

I would buy from play.com rather than amazon. Still angry with amazon over the black friday scam.

how much is the wireless adapter for this?

thegroutch

play.com are based in the Channel Islands tho, so there is a small risk … play.com are based in the Channel Islands tho, so there is a small risk of getting hit by customsbtw, bought this as a crimbo pressie, they were very happy with it

I think you'll find that Play.com will charge VAT at source anyway so the price you see is the price inclusive of VAT

I would always use Amazon, you will be lucky if play dispatch before the end of the week!

It looks a nice player, have a PS3 but would love a bluray for the bedroom, and having Iplayer too is very tempting...

why does it say 89.00 ? it's 89.99!


willey

how much is the wireless adapter for this?



From what I recall it's expensive (£79.95 if memory serves me). I already had a netgear hub under the TV hooked up to my router via a Powerline adapter so I just connected the Player to that via a Cat6 Ethernet cable.

You could buy 2 Powerline 200 adapters instead....

Regards

I've picked this up @ richer sounds for 79.00.. fantastic player and would recomend it.
Edited by: "bhupeshm" 4th Jan 2011

Mark_AFC

For £20 quid more hmw have this with 2012, district 9 and karate kid



Is that instore or just online?

how do you e-mail amazon?

Hi,
I already have the Sony 40" Tv deal with freeview and iplayer etc. Is this the reason why this is a good deal and can I just buy a standard blu ray player? Any thoughts on this appreciated

excellent player, best one on the market.
blu-ray is fantastic.
bought it months ago from Sainsburys for £99.
also has lovefilm connected aswell as bbci player and fiver.
i use this madcatz gaming adapter to connect it to my wireless router for £21!
works fine.
mymemory.co.uk/Xbo…%29

Bardo

I think you'll find that Play.com will charge VAT at source anyway so the … I think you'll find that Play.com will charge VAT at source anyway so the price you see is the price inclusive of VAT



Purchase from play, amazon and tesco for nearly all my stuff and have never payed a customs charge and they all get sent from Channel Islands.. thats the beauty of there buisnes.

bhupeshm

I've picked this up @ richer sounds for 79.00.. fantastic player and … I've picked this up @ richer sounds for 79.00.. fantastic player and would recomend it.



How? Price match has to include next day p&p doesn't it?

Can someone tell me if this device is Cinavia enabled.

Currently using a PS3 to play my media files but occasionaly stumble upon this issue so now need a media player that isn't susceptible to Cinavia. Don't really care about future upgrades at the moment.


Brilliant player, got one for £80 last year at Costco and not looked back.

The DNLA server is far from perfect at streaming from a laptop, but the support when you copy things to a USB stick is great. iPlayer is the best implementation I've seen on these sony internet devices.

Well worth the money.

scruffty

how do you e-mail amazon?



Go to 'help' - 'how to contact customer service'
Edited by: "MarvinHC" 4th Jan 2011

money monster

I would buy from play.com rather than amazon. Still angry with amazon … I would buy from play.com rather than amazon. Still angry with amazon over the black friday scam.



Me too... had a problem with a delivery not turning up from Play, emailed them and got an immediate response and a replacement product sent straight away (Christmas present). I had a problem with Amazon, their Customer service was terrible so it's now Amazon for reviews, Play (or others) for purchasing.

I also got a EX503 TV from a link on here with iPlayer... but this is iPlayer HD! Tempted!

Anyone got one of these set up with "home plugs" instead of the separate wireless dongle?

minxx

Anyone got one of these set up with "home plugs" instead of the separate … Anyone got one of these set up with "home plugs" instead of the separate wireless dongle?



I don't, but can't think of a reason why it wouldn't work. It's just like having a standard Ethernet cable

Got this last week from the play.com deal that was posted for £89.99. Its a fantastic player, it opens up many other viewing options via the internet connection. I'm very pleased with it and ditched my awful Philips BDP3000.

AshMcConnell

I don't, but can't think of a reason why it wouldn't work. It's just … I don't, but can't think of a reason why it wouldn't work. It's just like having a standard Ethernet cable


A sony salesman recommended the homeplugs as were cheaper than the Dongle (read that bit on Amazon review!)

Just wondering do you know if it works by an ethernet cable going from the blu-ray player in to the homeplug, which then communicates wirelessly with the wireless modem router?

I have this setup indirectly with home plugs. The home plugs are connected to a Buffalo Wireless-N300 Cable Router (£20 + carriage) to provide another wireless access point plus a 4 port hub in the livingroom. The DVD player is connected via an Ethernet cable to the Buffalo and works perfectly. You could take the Buffalo out of the picture and connect directly from the home plug to the DVD player. Also the DVD (not blu ray) can be made region free if required if you have a programable remote control e.g. the harmony one. Great buy. Heat added.
Edited by: "ehten" 4th Jan 2011

Richer Sounds price match policy:
richersounds.com/inf…eat

Richer Sounds = £99.95
Amazon £89.99 + £8.99 next day delivery = £98.98, ie lower than RS
Price beat say RS will beat by £5, so £93.98
Add say 5yr Supercare = +£9.99 = £103.97 (can reclaim in 5yrs time if you haven't used & RS still around)
less MAYBE (says 'in store prices only' though) RS VIP £10 off over £100 purchase (if never used your voucher) = £93.97
so maybe just £4 more than Amazon (though no Nectar eStores points) but with 5yr RS warranty
MKD

RichArab

Is that instore or just online?



I can't find this online. Is this onstore only?
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