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

Sony BDP-S370 Blu-ray player (RRP: $229)



The Blu-ray players we've reviewed uniformly deliver on their promises of resplendent image quality on Blu-ray discs, but many fall behind in the task of upscaling regular DVDs. Not so with the Sony BDP-S370.

In our tests this model impressively handled regular DVDs (as well as both colour and black-and-white Blu-ray discs). Sony includes plenty of extras for the asking price, including two USB ports, Full HD DVD upscaling and access to a free BD-remote app that let's you use your iPhone/iPod Touch as a remote control.

Read our full review of the Sony BDPS560 Blu-ray player

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