1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Pioneer BDP-LX91

    Pioneer BDP-LX91

    Pioneer’s BDP-LX91 Blu-ray player is one of the best you can buy. An exceptional advert for the beauty of the Blu-ray format

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  4. Marantz BD8002

    Marantz BD8002

    The Marantz BD8002 Blu-ray player delivers great Blu-ray pictures, but it isn't quite the complete machine

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  5. NAD T587

    NAD T587

    The NAD T587 Blu-ray player is well-specced for the money, but when it comes to performance it falls short of its rivals

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  7. Sony BDP-S5000ES

    Sony BDP-S5000ES

    The Sony BDP-S5000ES produces one of the finest Blu-ray images money can buy and it sounds fabulous to boot

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  8. Pioneer BDP-LX08

    Pioneer BDP-LX08

    The Pioneer BDP-LX08 has unquestionable credentials, but the slimline design isn’t enough to justify the price premium over Pioneer’s cheaper Blu-ray

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  9. LG BD300

    LG BD300

    There’s no reason why we’d recommend the LG above any of the key contenders at this price – for the money the BD300 is a real let down

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  10. Sharp BD-HP21H

    Sharp BD-HP21H

    The Sharp BD-HP21H is a competent Blu-ray player but one that never threatens to upset the key players

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  11. Denon DVD-3800BD

    Denon DVD-3800BD

    We were impressed with the Denon DVD-3800BD Blu-ray player when it was first tested and it is still a good option. It just suffers against the new dec

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