Sony BDPS1500 SMART Full HD Blu Ray Player with Dolby TrueHD (2015 Model)

July 8, 2015 - Comment

Powered by Triluminos technology, this Blu-ray player brings colours alive so you discover them true-to-life, comprising a wider visible colour spectrum to reveal more true-to-life tones and textures. Introducing hard to reproduce Vibrant Reds, Aqua Blues and Emerald Greens to be displayed beautifully, to give a more vivid result. Receive the most from the web

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Powered by Triluminos technology, this Blu-ray player brings colours alive so you discover them true-to-life, comprising a wider visible colour spectrum to reveal more true-to-life tones and textures. Introducing hard to reproduce Vibrant Reds, Aqua Blues and Emerald Greens to be displayed beautifully, to give a more vivid result. Receive the most from the web browser on your TV by using Sony Entertainment Network, with this you’re free to explore giant libraries of movies and catch-up TV programmes, You can even access the latest videos from YouTube. This Blu-ray player introduces wide codec support, allowing you to enjoy videos from a bigger range of formats.

Product Features

  • Blu-Ray Player
  • 1 HDMI Slot
  • Super Scaler
  • 0 Scart Sockets

Comments

Andrew "Little time to "read" plenty ... says:

A Blu Ray Player – and a lot more [The Player]The BDPS4500 is quite a small unit – about 23cm wide by 19cm and just under 4cm high. It is quite minimal – the front containing just the DVD tray, power and eject buttons and a USB port. A single green light is the sole indicator for power/activity.The rear of the unit is similarly Spartan – 1 HDMI out, power jack, Ethernet port and a co-ax digital out. No cables are provided – other than that for connecting power.The accompanying remote control is small and neat – with ubiquitous looks but squatter than most. A branded Netflix button sits amongst a pretty standard collection of controls including simple TV controls (usable with various manufacturers – our Panasonic plasma worked fine). An alternative controller is available – see Side View below.Connection/setup is easy – you need to plug in three things; power, an HDMI cable to a TV or AV receiver and, optionally, an Ethernet cable. I say optionally…

L. Hardt says:

Surprising Number of Functions for a Small Machine 0

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