1. Denon DBP-2010

    Denon DBP-2010

    There's no doubt that the Denon is a highly capable machine. It's just that some rivals offer better value

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  2. Sony BDP-S760

    Sony BDP-S760

    The Sony BDP-S760 is a remarkable achievement, delivering peerless performance at a more-than-reasonable price

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  3. Oppo BDP-831

    Oppo BDP-831

    An impressive universal Blu-ray player - but this European version will now not be released to retail

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  4. Philips BDP3000

    Philips BDP3000

    The Philips BDP-3000 Blu-ray player has a decent picture and lively sound – all at a tantalisingly affordable price

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  5. Marantz UD9004

    Marantz UD9004

    Expensive, for sure, but the Marantz UD9400 is one of the most talented universal players we've tested

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  7. Pioneer BDP-LX52

    Pioneer BDP-LX52

    The Pioneer BDP-LX52 is well worth the cash if your budget can stretch to it

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  8. Philips BDP7300

    Philips BDP7300

    Philips's first Blu-ray player lacks the crispness of the very best, but it's got a great and makes a good budget buy

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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    Available from £490

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