1. JVC XV-BP1

    JVC XV-BP1

    This is JVC's first toe into Blu-ray waters, but other players leave it firmly stuck on the starting blocks

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  2. Sony BDP-S360

    Sony BDP-S360

    Sony adds another Blu-ray player to its range, and with this kind of performance and pricing, it's a welcome addition too

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  3. Samsung BD-P1600

    Samsung BD-P1600

    Samsung's BD-P1600 is quick to load Blu-ray discs, but it can't quite match the performance of top budget rivals

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  4. Pioneer BDP-320

    Pioneer BDP-320

    With the BDP-320 Pioneer really has set a high standard, which bodes well for the other players in its range

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  5. Panasonic DMR-BS850

    Panasonic DMR-BS850

    The Panasonic DMR-BS850 is the first product to hit the UK that combines a Freesat+ PVR with a Blu-ray player/recorder

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  7. Samsung BD-P3600

    Samsung BD-P3600

    The Samsung BD-P3600 is an attractive, feature-packed player that deserves to be auditioned

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  8. Panasonic DMP-BD80

    Panasonic DMP-BD80

    Still a good player, but newer rivals have overtaken it

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  9. LG BD370

    LG BD370

    This LG Blu-ray player may have some virtues but it can't handle pictures as well as its rivals

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  10. Samsung BD-P4600

    Samsung BD-P4600

    Samsung's new entry-level Blu-ray player has the style and spec to impress, but connectivity issues let the side down

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  11. Panasonic DMP-BD60

    Panasonic DMP-BD60

    A solid player, but not a significant enough improvement over last year's model and overtaken now by newer rivals

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