Sony BDP-S770 3D Blu-ray player (preview)
Sony's BDP-S770 Blu-ray player offers access to BRAVIA Internet Video
- Inbuilt Wi-Fi, excellent Full HD pedigree, access to BRAVIA Internet Video
- There are cheaper options available with most of the same features
We're yet to put the Sony BDP-S770 3D Blu-ray player through its paces in our Test Centre, but it offers an enticing array of features, including BRAVIA Internet Video.
Price$ 449.00 (AUD)
The Sony BDP-S770 is a top-of-the-range Blu-ray player boasting 3D movie support, inbuilt Wi-Fi and internal decoding for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
The Sony BDP-S770 is DLNA certified, allowing you to stream videos, music, pictures and other media files to your Blu-ray player through an existing home network. Like previous Sony's Blu-ray players, it features a user-friendly XrossMediaBar that makes menu selections nice and easy.
The Sony BDP-S770 comes with free access to BRAVIA Internet Video, which delivers catch-up TV along with specialist content and access to video-sharing web sites.
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