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Recommend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

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RE: Reccomend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

Panasonic DMP-BDT230 or Sony BDP-S5100 (Tough Pick)    :?

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RE: Reccomend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

Both are equally good. Sony has more "smart" features.

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RE: Reccomend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

Would you point me more towards the Sony:BDPS5100B !?

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RE: Reccomend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

I have the Panasonic and find it very clunky.

If you are using it for movies, the picture is very good.

The smart stuff just isn't that smart...very glitchy

 

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Stuart.W.D wrote:

Would you point me more towards the Sony:BDPS5100B !?

Totally depends on your requirements. If you're going to use it for BBC iPlayer, YouTube, Netflix, Lovefilm etc., Sony has more features than Panasonic. You can't go wrong with either otherwise.

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RE: Recommend Sony - Panasonic: Blu ray- player

Which bluray player supports mkv files at 24p framerate? Panasonic displays those files at 60hz I believe, not sure about the Sony. It doesn't happen with bluray discs

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