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SONY - BDPS370B - Blu-ray Disc HD 1080p DVD Player - £85.99 delivered @ MULTIZONE AUDIO VISUAL
SONY - BDPS370B - Blu-ray Disc HD 1080p DVD Player - £85.99 delivered @ MULTIZONE AUDIO VISUAL

SONY - BDPS370B - Blu-ray Disc HD 1080p DVD Player - £85.99 delivered @ MULTIZONE AUDIO VISUAL

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I know this player has been posted a lot, but anyone still thinking of buying one can get it £14 cheaper than most other places. 2% Quidco

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Probably a silly question - how do you get quidco when it seems you have to telephone them - i.e. can't seem to add the itemto the basket? Thanks

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paulkiernan

Probably a silly question - how do you get quidco when it seems you have … Probably a silly question - how do you get quidco when it seems you have to telephone them - i.e. can't seem to add the itemto the basket? Thanks


Put quidco in your search bar, go there and sign up, then put multizone in the search bar and follow the link.

Hi andy,
You havent answered Paul's question.

Original Poster

As above, and when you go to the multizone site register with them, then you can add it to your basket.

I have one of these and it's a fine player.

@ andy
lol, your at it again. Its states, unless i'm missing something, that you either add to basket to buy instore or call to order for delivery. Do you have to add it to the basket as if to buy instore, then call them to say that you would like it delivered? Seems a strange way of doing it!
Edited by: "GodVilla" 15th Jan 2011

Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are atall interested in MKV playback from the likes of a memory stick or usb hard drive, this is not the player to buy as it does not support NTFS over the USB port, so forget HD mkv movies. Of course if mkv support is not an issue to you, then consider the deal on merit alone !

Original Poster

GodVilla

lol, your at it again. Its states, unless i'm missing something, that you … lol, your at it again. Its states, unless i'm missing something, that you either add to basket to buy instore or call to order for delivery. Do you have to add it to the basket as if to buy instore, then call them to say you that you would like it delivered? Seems a strange way of doing it!


Let me do a dummy run and i will post back in 10 minutes

Discontinued... :-(

Original Poster

It looks like you do have to phone them, All you can do is register with Quidco as per post 2 then register with multizone name address etc, put the player in your basket and phone them with payment and for delivery details.

Had one of these for a while now, bought it when sony did the trade in your old DVD player for £30 off offer. Its a decent player for that price.

Doric

Had one of these for a while now, bought it when sony did the trade in … Had one of these for a while now, bought it when sony did the trade in your old DVD player for £30 off offer. Its a decent player for that price.



trade in when was that

if anyone is wanting a bluray player which is perfect for media via usb the lg bd550 is a great choice lets you use the ntfs file system and plays everything ive thrown at it, this player is still in blockbusters for £89.99 plus you get the new robin hood bluray and toy story 3 bluray also 10 half price bluray rentals.

andym6561

It looks like you do have to phone them, All you can do is register with … It looks like you do have to phone them, All you can do is register with Quidco as per post 2 then register with multizone name address etc, put the player in your basket and phone them with payment and for delivery details.



I know the drill with Quidco & Topcashback, thanks for your help anyway andy. Discontinued now. Heat added for deal and help.

Expire?

Tronads

Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are … Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are atall interested in MKV playback from the likes of a memory stick or usb hard drive, this is not the player to buy as it does not support NTFS over the USB port, so forget HD mkv movies. Of course if mkv support is not an issue to you, then consider the deal on merit alone !



Pretty sure there is an option in mkv2vob to transfer your mkv onto usb stick,and it splits the mkv into 1 gig chunks

TELREA

Pretty sure there is an option in mkv2vob to transfer your mkv onto usb … Pretty sure there is an option in mkv2vob to transfer your mkv onto usb stick,and it splits the mkv into 1 gig chunks



I have MKV2VOB set to split a file at the 4GB mark. Very handy.

MCMLXXXVIII

I have MKV2VOB set to split a file at the 4GB mark. Very handy.



same here, also if you slit you can remove, Subs and other language audio tracks, keep or remove DTS or convert to AC3 and usually you can get teh whole film under 4GB(720P)

superb player, bought mine from Amazon for £89. Plays HD MKV files fine, and many rips are well below 2Gb anyways.
Brilliant upscaling of DVDs too, look sharper than normal

toad

£4 less than what I got it for! lol a great player and highly recommended HOT!

Tronads

Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are … Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are atall interested in MKV playback from the likes of a memory stick or usb hard drive, this is not the player to buy as it does not support NTFS over the USB port, so forget HD mkv movies. Of course if mkv support is not an issue to you, then consider the deal on merit alone !



You can play hd mkv movies on this via usb if they are under 4gb.

If your mkv files are over 4gb then your encoding leaves a lot to be desired.

Hot price

Is there anyone left anymore who is not a ***ing thieving pirate?

I bought today @ £99 currently at Richer Sounds including 5 year warranty (90 notes without).

Very nice BD player, and this is a hot price OP, heat added.

Girlfriend was buying it for me today so I let her buy it for me

This £1 price pipping is becoming amusing. I think I'll only give heat when we see maybe sub-£80.

royals

trade in when was that



It was during the summer i think, You could trade in anything like for like for e.g. DVD player for a blu-ray, headphones for Sony headphones or a book for an eBook

@ atomicphreak. You'll be waiting another few months I think.

By the time u buy it cheap it will be old technology

Tronads

Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are … Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are atall interested in MKV playback from the likes of a memory stick or usb hard drive, this is not the player to buy as it does not support NTFS over the USB port, so forget HD mkv movies. Of course if mkv support is not an issue to you, then consider the deal on merit alone !



You could still play MKV's providing they don't exceed 4GB, doubtful you would get a player around this price with NTFS support due to the Microsoft License fee, I haven't checked though so feel free to prove me wrong.

blugay has had its day according to tech reports, and absent from this yrs CES, so think sony have produced another betamax,lolol im gona hold back till find out whats happening with blugay
Edited by: "welsh_andy" 16th Jan 2011

welsh_andy

blugay has had its day according to tech reports, and absent from this … blugay has had its day according to tech reports, and absent from this yrs CES, so think sony have produced another betamax,lolol im gona hold back till find out whats happening with blugay



Think your post needs another edit.

These are good players

Anyone know a cheap usb wifi adapter to use with it? The Sony UWA-BR100 that Sony recommend is £57 at Amazon. I've tried some sitecom and other brands but they don't work.

welsh_andy

blugay has had its day according to tech reports, and absent from this … blugay has had its day according to tech reports, and absent from this yrs CES, so think sony have produced another betamax,lolol im gona hold back till find out whats happening with blugay



Welsh Andy:
I'm surprised you even know what electricity is, let alone blu-ray

In view of the idiotic comments posted after I simply tried to offer some valid purchasing advice, I thought I might be best to re-phrase my original comments, just in case someone looks for info on one of these players...here goes...

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Aside from the deal advertised, it's worth mentioning that if you are at all interested in normal scene agreed standards movie mkv playback from the likes of a memory stick or usb hard drive, without having to waste time having to edit, split, or shrink the files, then this is not the player to buy as it does not support NTFS over the USB port, so forget normal HD mkv movies which are around 4.4Gb for 720p with DD5.1 and 8.5+ Gb for 1080p. This player, using the usb port, has a file size limit of LESS than 4gb because it is restricted by its FAT32 file system. Of course if mkv support is not an issue to you, then consider the deal on merit/price alone...but if the abundance of available mkv movies that are unplayable on this player using mass storage devices, are a requirement to you, then consider an LG as someone kindly suggested, or a Samsung BDC5500 (my sister got one of these for £94 delivered recently) or other similarly priced models.

My favourite comment was from the guy who said "If your mkv files are over 4gb then your encoding leaves a lot to be desired"...thankyou for commenting on my "encoding" techniques....im sure your comment gained a few smiles from anyone with (a) some expectation of quality and (b) familiarity with the agreed scene standards....all I can say in reply is....if your mkv movie files are only 4gb or under, then your bitrates leave a lot to be desired.....but hey, if you are happy with what you are watching then there is of course no reason for you to change....I suppose its better than having to watch a movie in stop and start chunks. I shudder to think what your 1080p movies look like on your setup though....perhaps you dont own an HDTV and that's why you are happy ?
Not that I am in any way advocating movie piracy...but you try posting one of your 4gb (or less) movies, and see how quickly it gets nuked !
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