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Blu-ray Player Reviews

Updated: Mar 24, 2017 23:19
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#301
alaScore 80

Asus Bulk CD Retail Silent SATA Internal Blu-ray Burners

Great value and functionality with easy installation. Installed into my custom PC and worked straight off the bat. I know optical drives are not as needed these days but I'm not thinking of getting a system without one for quite some time yet! Highly...

187 user reviews

#302
alaScore 80

LG BP430

This Bluray player is middle range, links up with LG smart TV, the quality of picture is good, the 3D transfer is great, though I tried overseas "USA" DVDs in the unit at the store and it did play them, it does have issues playing some DVDs, don know...

1 expert reviews | 147 user reviews

#303
alaScore 80

Philips BDP3200

Looks to be a great Blu Ray/DVD player, it arrived this morning and found it doesn't take scart leads bought an HDMI lead (not cheap). We bought a couple of Blu ray movies to try it out and can I tell you, I was gob-smacked at the picture quality,...

4 expert reviews | 360 user reviews

#304
alaScore 80

Toshiba BDX5400KE

This item has a two prong plug rather than the UK three prong version. I sent the first one back explaining the problem and Amazon kindly replaced it with....exactly the same product. Lady from Amazon explained this was because they send millions of...

2 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#305
alaScore 80

Denon DVD 1800BD

With so many quality Blu-ray players making their way to market right now, Denon is in a tough spot with the DVD-1800BD. There are competing units that offer equivalent if not outright better video performance, 5.1/7.1 analog outputs, built-in decoding...

16 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#306
alaScore 80

Philips BDP3380

We’re happy with the BDP3380. Its picture and sound performance is strong.

3 expert reviews | 248 user reviews

#307
alaScore 80

Panasonic DMR-BWT735EB Smart Blu-ray Disc Recorder with 1TB HDD and Twin...

I have used this machine for a few months now and have found the method of recording to disk and playback on traditional machines has disappeared. High definition broadcasts can be recorded, copied to disk or USB hard drive. However copies can only be...

56 user reviews

#308
alaScore 80

Panasonic DMR-BWT800

A better option that the far cheaper DMR-BWT700, but still overly complicated compared to dedicated PVRs

7 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

#309
alaScore 80

Vizio VBR337

The only problem that I have with this unit is it has issues playing Blu-Rays??? (Sometimes)?

88 user reviews

#310
alaScore 80

Sony BDP-S560

The Sony BDP-S560 delivers very good images--exceptional ones on DVD--and Wi-Fi connectivity, but its poorly designed remote and lack of streaming extras hurt its value.

14 expert reviews | 153 user reviews

#311
alaScore 80

Pioneer BDP-160 - Reproductor de Blu-ray (2.1 kilog), negro

Well I've had this player a few months now and when it's working it is great but it keeps locking up and you can't do anything with it until you un-plug it from the mains for a few minutes, for example: I was watching a BluRay stopped it and turned off...

134 user reviews

#312
alaScore 80

Philips BDP3100

The BDP3100 falls into the no-frills category, lacking the fancy network functionality found on players from Sony, Panasonic, LG and Samsung. But it does the Blu-ray basics well, offering terrific picture quality and a stress-free operating system.

5 expert reviews | 262 user reviews

#313
alaScore 80

Philips BDP2985

Although it is missing some features, this Blu-ray player will be an upgrade from your older Blu-ray or DVD player.

1 expert reviews | 58 user reviews

#314
alaScore 80

Toshiba BDX2000

There's nothing here you wouldn't find on a £99 deck save for consistently excellent pictures from both Blu-ray and DVD

15 expert reviews | 43 user reviews

#316
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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...

7 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#317
alaScore 80

Samsung BD-C5500

The BD-C5500's expandable Samsung Apps platform and DLNA compatibility make it stand out from other entry-level players, although it's one of the slower players we've tested.

9 expert reviews | 974 user reviews

#318
alaScore 80

LG BD550

Quick load times, excellent Blu-ray image quality, and a generous suite of streaming services make the LG BD550 a solid entry-level Blu-ray player.

8 expert reviews | 488 user reviews

#319
alaScore 80

Panasonic DMP-BDT230

Panasonic Blu-Ray with Smart TV features is great. Wifi or Ethernet connection is required, but the player for DVD's is excellent, sends out via HDMI cable (not included) the very best picture to your TV . The application programs are also updated by...

357 user reviews

#320
alaScore 80

Samsung BD-P1400

At $400, the BDP-1400 remains among the least expensive Blu-ray Disc players available. But other models can offer better value

36 expert reviews | 639 user reviews

#321
alaScore 80

Toshiba BDX2000

Great image quality saves the Toshiba BDX2000 from being just another mundane, low-cost Blu-ray player.

14 expert reviews | 250 user reviews

#323
alaScore 80

BP730

Doesn't work

233 user reviews

#324
alaScore 80

Laser BLU-BD1000

I have two laser bluray players. They were awesome for the first 12 months. Now 1 rejects the disc your watching for no reason at all. The other has packed up all together the standby light is only half lit and the player totally u responsive. Searched...

13 user reviews

#325
alaScore 79

OPPO BDP-95 Universal Audiophile 3D Blu-ray Disc Player

I'm a little late to the party with this review. However, I just, in the last four weeks, scored myself one of these machines. I can't say enough about it. The player's ability to reproduce music is simply astonishing. While listing to Paul Lewis play...

38 user reviews

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