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Blu-Ray players

Hi, I'm about buying  Blu-Ray player. Altough I have a 4k TV, the 4k players and discs are so expensive, that the price/quality ratio is not good for me. I want something cheap, so the rest of the money I can spend on full hd discs. Do you think Panasonic 84 or 180 would be good? I don't care about 3d and smart fuctions, only about picture quality.

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Both are fine players. I

Both are fine players. I suspect the 84's mechanism will be noisy.

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How about this 4K samsung
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simonlewis wrote:

simonlewis wrote:

How about this 4K samsung player and five UHD discs for £199.99.

https://www.zoom.co.uk/product/zoom_exclusive_samsung_4k_player_ubd_k8500_and_5_titles_bundle_limited_edition_uhd?awc=7114_1510327054_126d750849a91fb8b25a2bc696e47fb5&utm_source=affiliate_window&utm_medium=Editorial+Content&utm_campaign=78888


The OP's budget is far less than that. The 2 players being considered are worth £45 and £69.
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panasonic bdt180

Thank you, I think I will go for the Panasonic bdt180.

Cambridge CXA80; Elac FS 147; QED XT40; Vertere D-Fi USB; Primare I22; Polk Audio TSX220; Elac BS 403; Van Damme 4mm2

 

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