1. Panasonic DMP-BDT100

    Panasonic DMP-BDT100

    The Panasonic DMP-BDT100 is keenly priced, has fine sound and it's 3D capable, too

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    Available from £129.99
  2. Philips BDP7500S2

    Philips BDP7500S2

    If you positively have to have a matching Blu-ray player for your Philips 3D TV, then this is the one to go for, otherwise there are better options

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  3. Sony BDP-S770

    Sony BDP-S770

    There's really not much between this and its sibling '570 player, but if we had the extra £50, we'd probably choose this for its usability and perks

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  4. 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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  5. Technika BRSS10

    Technika BRSS10

    A Blu-ray player at under £100 may seem like a bargain, but while it is cheap enough we just can't get excited about this Tesco disc spinner

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  7. Toshiba BDX2100

    Toshiba BDX2100

    Toshiba's BDX2100 Blu-ray player is certainly a bargain, but it needs a little bit more on the features front to keep pace with its rivals

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  8. LG BX580

    LG BX580

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

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  9. Sony BDP-S570

    Sony BDP-S570

    Blu-ray Product of the Year, Awards 2010. This superb 3D performer serves up images full of depth, as well as nimble, full-bodied sound

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  10. Philips BDP3100

    Philips BDP3100

    In the BDP3100, Philips has produced a great Blu-ray player that's only really beaten on price by its leading rival

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  11. Samsung BD-C6900

    Samsung BD-C6900

    A solid spec, great performance and reasonable price-tag – but we do have a few reservations

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