Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Blu-ray Player Reviews

Updated: Nov 24, 2015 22:46
alaScore 79

LG BD550

If you have Ethernet connectivity in your living room, the smart move is to go with an entry-level Blu-ray player. Most such players available in 2010 offer much of the ...

7 expert reviews | 500 user reviews

alaScore 79

LG BD300

If the price were a little lower, or the image quality more consistent, the LG BD300 would be a knockout. As it stands, it's a solid player, and for now it remains the most affordable choice if you're determined to have your Blu-ray and your Netflix, too

31 expert reviews | 208 user reviews

alaScore 79

Samsung BD-C5500

The BD-C5500 is Wireless LAN-ready and BD-Live 2.0-ready, and it even...

8 expert reviews | 1007 user reviews

alaScore 79

Samsung BD-D8900

Whether this is a hi-def personal video recorder or a smart Blu-ray deck is irrelevant. Samsung’s BD-D8900M is an AV all-rounder that’s as advanced as it is good value. It lacks the option to record, or archive recordings, to a Blu-ray disc – but it's...

6 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

alaScore 79

Samsung Smart 3D Blu-ray Disc Player With Full HD 1080p Resolution, Built-in...

It is a good DVD/blu-Ray player, but not compatible with our 3D projector! Otherwise we like the player and it is of good quality.

13 user reviews

alaScore 79

Sony NSZ-GT1

The Sony NSZ-GT1 combines Google TV and Blu-ray in a single box, but Sony's frustrating controller, the high price, and Google TV's content issues make it a tough sell.

5 expert reviews | 490 user reviews

alaScore 79

Pioneer DV-2010 DVD Player

The Pioneer DVD Player works great. I have a lot of dvds that my old dvd player wouldn't play because of the region code. This dvd player has work on all of my dvds. Very happy!

11 user reviews

alaScore 79

Onkyo BD-SP309

It may sound (read?) like we're slamming the BD-SP309 in this first look, but we really aren't. The Onkyo BD-SP309 may be spartan, but it has everything you need for your 3D viewing pleasure. If all you are going to use your Blu-ray player for is...

10 expert reviews | 72 user reviews

alaScore 79

Yamaha BD-S473

This is the most important part when it comes to buying a Blu-ray player. The BD-S473 is a 3D Blu-ray player from Yamaha which is capable of playing a host of discs like DVDs, CDs and so on. But we would like to know why the company has reduced the...

3 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

alaScore 79

HD Projector For Game Consoles, TV, Blu Ray, DVD, PC, Laptop, Digi Box, Sky...

Everything was fine but after two months projector doesn't work. Red light flashing byt power won't turn on.

112 user reviews

alaScore 79

Vizio Blu-ray Disc Player with WiFi, VBR140

It locks up if you forget to turn off the power, and must subsequently be reset by unplugging the unit. Oh, and if you lose its remote control, you will not be able to use it at all. We had to replace it; not sure about the Vizio brand, but this model...

20 user reviews

alaScore 79


Bought this player in August 2014 has now been discontinued by the manufacturer and now I see why it played okay when I first got it and was a bit finicky when trying to connect on you tube and netflix when I tried to connect but I persevered with it...

42 user reviews

alaScore 79

Philips BDP2105

I would say more although I have not got to use it.I do not have a high definition tv and this player does not have any other way to connect to a set. I guess it's time to upgrade my tv.

47 user reviews

alaScore 78

Sony RDR-HXD890

A superb combi recorder with loads of features, but you'd be mad not to find the extra £20 and snap up the superior 250GB RDR-HXD995

9 expert reviews | 445 user reviews

alaScore 78

Yamaha BD-S671

Yamaha's BD-S671 is an extremely well built and well designed Blu-ray player. We can't fault its operation, picture quality or industrial design. However, it doesn't have the same extensive feature-set as Blu-ray players available from mainstream...

3 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

alaScore 78

Samsung N20-1014

Refurbished items I usually stay away from but in this case I took a chance and it seems to be a good decision so far. Would recommend this item.

15 user reviews

alaScore 78


i needed just a blu-ray player - good price - setup really fast - working great

15 user reviews

alaScore 78

Sony RDR-HXD995

Essential Freeview+ timer features combine with decent 1080p upscaling and time savers such as intelligent chapter creation to form an impressive combi deck

5 expert reviews | 271 user reviews

alaScore 78

Panasonic DMP-BD50

The Panasonic DMP-BD50's superb HD output and complete Blu-ray feature support is diminished slightly by its average DVD upconversion.

19 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

alaScore 78

Samsung BD-D6100

Was a bit skeptical purchasing a refurbed product, but this worked wonderfully and has features I didn't know existed on BluRay players.

39 user reviews

alaScore 78

Cambridge Audio Azur 651BD

Very good – nearly great – and a real contender, even in this fiercely contested market

2 expert reviews

alaScore 78

Samsung BD-E5900

Samsung's most appealing Blu-ray player is under $200, handles a swathe of features including 3D, USB playback, Web browsing, streaming video on demand and apps. The interface is generally easy to navigate and the player works quickly and quietly....

1 expert reviews | 645 user reviews

alaScore 78

WD TV Live (2011)

I have multiple streaming players Roku Soundbridge, Roku 1 and the WD Live. The Soundbridge plays my music files. The soundbridge has a good DAC. The WDLive is my video player and is connected to my home theatre. The Roku 1 is in my bedroom and was...

1 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

alaScore 78

Toshiba BDX3300

Aside from the odd show-off product, such as the Toshiba Excite 13, Toshiba is a brand that's largely been focused on good value rather than breaking new ground, and the Toshiba BDX3300 Blu-ray player is a spectacular example of its signature...

2 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

alaScore 78

Silverstone 12.7 mm SATA Interface Slot Load 8X CD/DVD RW Drive SATA 3.0 Gb-s...

Does not eject the disk, and no it has nothing to do with the faceplate. I removed the faceplate and it still doesn't eject the disk. It tries to eject (~ 0.5 inch) and then quickly pulls it back. I had to use needle nose pliers to catch the disk -...

21 user reviews



    Blog Articles

    Going On a Holiday? Don’t Leave These Gadgets Behind

    So, what’s it going to be this summer? A long road trip, an adventurous camping trip, a rite-of-passage backpacking trip through Europe or a luxury holiday to an exotic destination. Irrespective of...

    Improve Your Workout Sessions With These Gadgets

    Maintaining a strict workout schedule is not as easy as it sounds. At times, you might get lazy, you might be too busy with work, or you might just become too casual about the whole thing. The...

    Best Speakers for Gaming Enthusiasts

    Every gaming enthusiast knows that a powerful audio output is a prerequisite for a high quality gaming experience. Over the past few years, a new niches of gadgets has emerged which caters...