Best Blu-ray players under $400

Looking for a cheap way to play Blu-ray discs? Here are our top picks for budget Blu-ray players

Kogan Technologies Blu-ray Player Full HD 1080P (Profile 2.0) (RRP: $199)



The Kogan Blu-ray Player Full HD 1080P (Profile 2.0) is a solid performer for the asking price. There were no problems with colour balance or image tearing and there was none of the jaggedness and aliasing that are apparent with some budget Blu-ray players.

All the top-level audio formats can be decoded, from regular Dolby Digital all the way up to DTS-HD. This puts the player ahead of entry-level units from competing companies like Sony and Samsung.

To top it off, the Kogan Technologies Blu-ray Player is also impressively fast at reading discs and features region-free playback. The model was recently refreshed to include inbuilt Wi-Fi -- that's astonishingly good value for the asking price.



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