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If you want to watch a movie that will make your new Full HD LED or plasma TV look good, you'll need a Blu-ray player. We've rounded up all our Blu-ray player reviews in one place.

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Yamaha BD-S671

Yamaha's BD-S671 is an extremely well built and well designed Blu-ray player. We can't fault its operation, picture quality or industrial design. However, it doesn't have the same extensive feature-set as Blu-ray players available from mainstream brands like Sony, Samsung or LG.

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  • 3rd Aug., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Yamaha
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  • Pros:
  • Every conceivable audio and video codec supported
  • iPhone app control works well
  • Networking is seamless
  • Cons:
  • Comparatively expensive
  • No 'app' support

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