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It finally came to that time when my family decided to caste of the chains of DVD and move up to the high definition goodness of Blu Ray. We already had a HD TV and soon after buying this Blu Ray player upgraded to Sky HD (Also reviewed by yours truly on this website)
OK to the review
The overall look of this Blu Ray player is very sleek, i have seen plenty on the market that look like old VCRs, not the high tech state of the art equipment they really are. All controls are touch sensitive and hidden behind a pull down front, keeping it very minimalistic.
The system itself is pretty easy to use, and looks friendly on the big screen, there are a load of options and configurations you can play around with to customise the display.
Something i was very impressed with was the ability to link it to link it to the internet via wifi, this gives you access to you tube which is pretty fun if you are bored sat at home watching something then suddenly think you want to see some cats fall of things or a dramatic looking otter.
The front of the Blu Ray player also has a USB port, this was handy as well, i could play video files i had saved to a pen drive from my laptop, a very cool feature i wasn't expecting.
This has been a solid piece of equipment for a reasonable price boasting a couple of features that could really swing someone's opinion when deciding what Blu Ray player to buy.
With good looks, this Full HD 1080p Blue-ray player BD-P1600A. This means you can now watch your DVD movies in beautiful near high definition. BD profile 2.0 - BD Live, BD/DVD/CD & AVCHD Playback, HDMI 1.3, HD audio format decoding, HDMI-CEC (Anynet +) these features takes DVD players to another level.