1. Toshiba BDX5400

    Toshiba BDX5400

    A disappointing Blu-ray player that looks good and saves space

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  2. Philips BDP3380

    Philips BDP3380

    A very good performer with impressive ergonomics, but it’s beaten by the best at the price

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  3. Samsung BD-F6500

    Samsung BD-F6500

    As a low-cost option, the Samsung isn’t a bad shout – not the best in class but still competitive

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  4. Samsung BD-E8500

    Samsung BD-E8500

    Impressive tech specs although not the best performer we've seen

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    Available from £229
  5. LG HR925M

    LG HR925M

    Packed with features such as twin Freeview HD tuners and 500GB hard drive

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  7. Samsung BD-E6100

    Samsung BD-E6100

    We've taken a second look at the Samsung player, which is now much more competitive

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  8. Denon DBP-2012UD

    Denon DBP-2012UD

    Best Blu-ray player £300+, Awards 2011. The Denon DBP-2012UD Blu-ray player is a stunner to take on all comers

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  9. Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD

    Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD

    This universal player is a great upgrade option for those making the next step up from a budget model

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  10. Dune BD Prime 3.0

    Dune BD Prime 3.0

    The Dune BD Prime 3.0 may look like a conventional Blu-ray player, but it's far more complex than that

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  11. LG BX580

    LG BX580

    Great minimalist style and a reasonable price – but the LG’s performance is merely ‘OK’

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