Win a new internet video enabled Blu-ray player (ends tonight)

This is an unbelievable competition, a superb offer of an excellent Blu-ray player to win, free of charge. It's a Sony, internet connectable Blu-ray player that features upscaling Dolby True HD decoding, and much more. A full £179.99 worth of Blu-ray player and it could be yours, for the cost of a simple email.

There's a little more to it than that of course, you have to read the rules, the question, get the answer, and fire off an email. So a few minutes of your time for the chance to win a Blu-ray player? You'd be mad not to.

The prize is being donated by Argos who have a surprisingly big range of home cinema equipment, something I didn't realise until I looked up the specifications of the Blu-ray player they are offering up for a prize.

Argos offer a range of Blu-ray players from Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, LG, and more; complete Blu-ray home cinema systems or just straightforward home cinema kits which feature the player and all the speakers you'd need to blast the walls off your room; LCD and Plasma televisions, and more up to date LED and 3D televisions. I must admit I'm keeping my eye on the LED televisions myself.

However you won't need one of those important pieces of kit for your home cinema if you enter and win this competition for the Sony BDP370 Blu-ray Player that Argos are donating, a picture of which is below and shows you just how slim it is.

According to the Argos product page, what is the height of the Sony BDP370 Blu-ray player?

3.6cm *ANSWER*

Easy as pie. Now remember you need a UK postal address for the prize to be sent to you, you have to answer using the following link, and in your email include the answer and your name and postal address.
[email protected]filmstalker.co.uk





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