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DVD Players

Updated: 20-04-2018 06:11
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Sony BDP-S5500

The BDP-S5500 is Sony's latest mid-range Blu-ray player. It's part of a five-strong line-up that also includes the top-end BDP-S6500 (£149) and three cheaper models, the BDP-S4500 (£89), BDP-S3500 (£89) and entry-level BDP-S1500 (£75).

13 expert reviews | 1376 user reviews

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Sony BDP-S4500

The BDP-S4500 is third in Sony's Blu-ray player pecking order behind the top-end BDP-S6500 and BDP-S5500, the latter earning glowing praise in our recent review. It lacks the headline features found on the top two models, such as Wi-Fi, 4K upscaling...

6 expert reviews | 337 user reviews

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Sony BDP-S6700

If you have no immediate plans to join the Ultra HD Blu-ray revolution, there is virtually nothing to fault the Sony BDP-S6700 on. The compact and lightweight, mostly metal, casing doesn’t scream high-end player but, then again, it’s of sufficient...

2 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

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Yamaha BD-A1040

While Yamaha’s BD-A1040 offers sterling playback performance, the Oppo BDP-103’s position as Prince remains safe. The A1040’s slimmer suite of connections and bare-bones interface keep our vote in Oppo’s camp as the best of the best for mid-tier...

5 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

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Oppo BDP-103

Pamper your disc collection with the premium Oppo BDP-103EU Blu-ray deck

24 expert reviews | 65 user reviews

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Pioneer BDP-180

The Pioneer BDP-180 is a top-of-the-range Blu-ray player, with 4K upscaling and a focus on high-quality audio playback. With wi-fi and other useful features, this model has almost everything you could ask for from a Blu-ray player, but how does it...

3 expert reviews | 81 user reviews

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Panasonic DMP-BDT460

Spanning all the latest Blu-ray features but with its Viera Connect platform missing a few crucial apps, the DMP-BDT460 is a good value high-end choice. Attached to an Ultra HD TV the DMP-BDT460 spits out pristine upscaled Blu-ray images and pin-sharp...

9 expert reviews | 186 user reviews

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Panasonic DMP-BDT370

An accomplished Blu-ray player with impressive 4K upscaling and 3D support, this range-topper nevertheless feels slightly unnecessary. With the same basic smart TV platform as the more affordable DMP-BDT270, it does offer Netflix and Amazon Instant,...

4 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

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Oppo BDP-105D

The Oppo BDP-105D is a spectacular antidote to the rash of lightweight cheapies that have come to define the mainstream Blu-ray player market. A fabulously engineered heavyweight disc-spinner that in this latest iteration inches even further into...

4 expert reviews | 24 user reviews

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Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD

If I were building a Blu-ray player, I suspect it would look a lot like Cambridge Audio's Azur 751BD. It would be 3D compatible (just in case), offer network media streaming for sound and vision (because frankly that's essential) and it would be...

16 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

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Sony BDP-S1500

The Sony BDP-S1500 is an entry-level Blu-ray DVD player which also offers access to smart-TV apps, such as BBC iPlayer and Netflix over an ethernet cable connection. It's similar to Sony's BDP-S3500, but lacks that model's wi-fi and screen mirroring....

4 expert reviews | 1767 user reviews

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LG BP250

Blu-Ray players don't really get any cheaper than this! For around £50 you get a player that supports 2D Blu-Ray and DVD, and if that's all you need, there's no point in paying more. Asked by C Jones from Britain on 20th Feb 2016 Reply

2 expert reviews | 610 user reviews

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LG HR929

Finally, the HR929T has Wi-Fi Direct for file sharing, and full DLNA support.

4 expert reviews | 57 user reviews

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Oppo BDP-95

OPPO is not a brand that immediately springs to mind when you think high-end AV. But over the years, this largely anonymous outfit has consistently produced disc players that quietly over-deliver. The BDP-95EU is its latest and most ambitious model.

24 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

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Oppo BDP-103D

The Blu-ray player industry has reached a bit of a standstill. While we wait for a new 4K-enabled standard to surface, there doesn't seem much to be done in the way of improving upon current players. An indication of this is Sony and Panasonic's...

9 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

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Panasonic DMP-BD60

A solid Blu-ray player with lots of good features and some pretty darn fine pictures to boot

49 expert reviews | 1448 user reviews

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craig electronics ctft713

The Craig Electronics CTFT713 is a good travel DVD player, but its picture quality is a bit disappointing.

2 expert reviews

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Toshiba XD E500

As far as DVDs are concerned, this is one of the ultimate decks out there to make the most of your collection

37 expert reviews | 707 user reviews

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Panasonic DMP-BDT270

Dated? Yes. Good value? Absolutely. If you've got a 4K TV, you'll want a 4K-upscaler, and the BDT270 issues pin-sharp upscaled Blu-ray discs without a fuss. With Ultra HD Blu-ray just months away, this nicely priced deck fills a gap without breaking...

3 expert reviews | 108 user reviews

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insignia ns-p9dvd15

The Insignia NS-P9DVD15 is a simple DVD player, but this simplicity ends up leaving much to be desired.

2 expert reviews

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Oppo BDP-93

They say the best things come to those who wait and in the case of Oppo's BDP-93EU, that most certainly is true. Having already forged a reputation amongst AV-holics for its high quality, yet affordable, upscaling DVD players, its debut Blu-ray player,...

25 expert reviews | 364 user reviews

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Sony BDP-S360

If you’re looking for your first Blu-ray player then the BDP-S360 is a definite candidate for your cash. The feature list is unduly sparse, but its user-friendly operating system, BD Live support and solid picture quality just about make it money well...

46 expert reviews | 1260 user reviews

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The GPX PD951B has a few excellent features, but we were unimpressed by its battery life and video quality.

2 expert reviews

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Cambridge Audio Azur 752BD

Completing the line-up are RS-232 and IR emitter port for custom install/multi-room use and a ‘diagnostic’ composite video output for use if the HDMI fails and you need to check what’s wrong.

6 expert reviews | 8 user reviews