Sony BDPS4100 Smart 3D Blu-ray Disc Player

July 1, 2013 - Comment

With Sony’s new Triluminos technology, the Sony BDP-S4100 offers a brighter more vivid picture quality than before. The BDPS4100 is the first Sony in their new range to feature 3D playback compatibility. What’s more, there’s a 2D-3D convertor on board, letting you watch 2D films in simulated 3D (3D TV required). Helping the picture quality

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With Sony’s new Triluminos technology, the Sony BDP-S4100 offers a brighter more vivid picture quality than before. The BDPS4100 is the first Sony in their new range to feature 3D playback compatibility. What’s more, there’s a 2D-3D convertor on board, letting you watch 2D films in simulated 3D (3D TV required). Helping the picture quality of DVDs and streamed video is 1080p video upsampling. At the heart of the Sony BDPS4100’s networking ability is the Sony Entertainment Network. This gives access to a massive range of apps, including the popular YouTube, BBC iPlayer, Lovefilm, Twitter, Facebook and many more. In addition to an application based browser for the most well known sites, the BDPS4100 also comes with a web browser for full Internet access (display of embedded video may be restricted). The BDPS4100 is also DLNA compliant meaning that you can stream data from your laptop, PC or NAS drive device. Finally, should you want to join your network wirelessly, then an optional dongle lets you do this via the rear-mounted USB socket. Thanks to the new TV SideView app for iPhone or Android, you can take control of the Sony with your smartphone or tablet. Use the device as a remote control or, new to this app, a mouse for browsing the web. Taking this a stage further, the new app also lets you see real-time information about the show you’re watching. Browse Tweets about the show, share what you’re watching and find related videos via the Sony Entertainment Network and YouTube. The Sony BDPS4100 boosts two flexible USB sockets. Plug in your USB media device to the front USB and you can play video, photos and audio through your TV. The USB is compatible with Xvid and MPEG-4 formats and is also compatible with FAT32/NTFS file systems. The rear USB socket is there for connecting a wi-fi dongle and connecting to your network wirelessly.

Product Features

  • Full HD 2D & 3D, Triluminos Colour, Wi-Fi ready, online streaming, USB Play, TV SideView
  • Catch the latest 3D movies in Full HD 3D
  • Ready for online movies, music and games
  • See a pristine Full HD picture with pure colours

Comments

T. J. Bacon "TJB" says:

a ground-breaking HIGH QUALITY and SMART device – with options for the novice & expert alike. I am thoroughly impressed with this product. This acts as an upgrade for me from my previous Blu Ray player which was also made by Sony. To start with the sony blu ray players are reliable and efficient machines that offer an intuitive GUI display to guide you through your various options.Testing playback on this device I have watched Moonrise Kingdom which accurately captures the grain of the film on blu ray and then the sumptuously beautiful cinematography of Prometheus, where a full range of colour blacks and pin-point detail can be found. I have watched DVD’s which upscale very well depending on the title. This machine offers full 1080p playback at 24fps – creating glorious images.This machine is very easy to make multi-region for DVD playback (not Blu Ray) and I quickly did this within minutes of owning it. In order to do this yourself you will need a programmable remote or pre-programmed remote with a hack built into it (these can be found for approx…

just joe says:

Does everything and more In the past I’ve always gone for Panasonic but after reading a fairly good review, I went for the Sony.Straight from the box it was multi region and connected to my router without a cable in seconds.I have a massive collection of PD discs and it certainly boosts the picture, on standard dvd’s the colour is outstanding and the picture razor sharp.

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