Sony Blu-ray Player Reviews
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Sony BDP-S185 Review – There is no USB Wi-Fi component that can grant the Sony BDP-S185 wireless freedom. While the lack of Wi-Fi could be a deal breaker for some people, the BDP-S185 remains as an attractive Blu-ray player with an attractive price tag that is has some nice tricks once you manage to connect it to the Internet.
Sony BDP-S390 Review – The Sony BDP-S390 literally makes the budget-priced BDP-S185 look like an incomplete device. Paying an extra $30 for the BDP-S390 gives you a more immersive online experience. The Sony BDP-S390 can tie the home theater system together nicely especially if your BRAVIA display lacks the Internet punch.
Sony BDP-S590 Review – Minor shortcomings aside, the Sony BDP-S590 is a compelling Blu-ray player for the $129 price tag. As long as you are a bit patient with the load times of Blu-ray players, you will enjoy all of the things you can do offline and the image quality is good as expected. It is a step up from the BDP-S390 by offering the 3D support. 3D Blu-ray movies continue to grow in number so this is a good time to invest in a 3D Blu-ray player if you already have a 3D HDTV. Once you get used to the interface, you can enjoy the wide range of Internet applications and services as well.
Sony BDP-S790 Review – On the surface, the Sony BDP-S790 looks like a BDP-S590 with 4K upscaling support. The BDP-S790 also has dual HDMI ports and Skype support and a dual core processor for 16-bit video processing. With all those rich features, Sony has succeeded in making a future-proof Blu-ray player.