1. 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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  2. Yamaha BP-S1065

    Yamaha BP-S1065

    In its own right this is a great Blu-ray player, but we simply can't recommend it at such an exorbitant price

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  3. Panasonic DMR-BW880

    Panasonic DMR-BW880

    Best Blu-ray/HDD recorder, Awards 2010. It's not often we see a product as complex as this Panasonic Blu-ray recorder

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  4. LG BD570

    LG BD570

    Sitting at a very reasonable £190, this LG Blu-ray spinner certainly does much right, but in a highly competitive market that's just not enough

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  5. Sony BDP-S370

    Sony BDP-S370

    Best Blu-ray player up to £150, Awards 2010. Aggressively priced and exceptionally gifted.

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  7. Samsung BD-C7500

    Samsung BD-C7500

    This Samsung is certainly stylish, but suffers from some of the faults of its cheaper sibling, meaning it just can't compete

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  8. Panasonic DMP-BD85

    Panasonic DMP-BD85

    The DMP-BD85 not only represents a fabulous return to form for Panasonic, it's also one of the finest players available to date

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  9. Yamaha BD-S1900

    Yamaha BD-S1900

    We don't want to be too hard on this budget Yamaha, but cheaper rivals offer more features and greater prowess

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  10. Panasonic DMP-BD65

    Panasonic DMP-BD65

    The budget Panasonic DMP-BD65 Blu-ray player is still a worthy machine, but its close rivals have caught it up

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  11. Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD

    Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD

    Best Blu-ray player £300+, Awards 2010. The Cambridge Audio Azur 650BD's sound, price and competitive performance make it one of the most capable d

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