Editor's choice Blu-ray players

These are the best Blu-ray players you can buy from the last year.

These are the best Blu-ray players you can buy from the last year. We've singled out these models for our Editor's Choice award for their compromise of price, performance and features.

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BDP-S480
4.00

1. Sony BDP-S480 Blu-ray player

The Sony BDP-S480 has almost everything you could want in a Blu-ray player. It's reasonably quick to operate and incorporates plenty of video on demand services. Extra features in the form of 3D playback and an iOS/Android controller app justify ...
Review Date: 5th July, 2011
RRP: $ 229.00
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BDP-S780
4.00

2. Sony BDP-S780 3D Blu-ray player

The Sony BDP-S780 offers a wide selection of Internet-streamed entertainment, but makes some curious compromises. Its 3D settings can improve stereoscopic viewing. But the US$230 price may be a painful trade-off for this model's capabilities.
Review Date: 23rd Nov., 2011
RRP: $ 379.00
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DMP-BD75
3.75

3. Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player

As a simple, offline-only non-3D Blu-ray player, Panasonic's DMP-BD75 does well. Its networked features are limited to DLNA playback -- there's no access to any Web features like ABC iView -- but if all you want is a player to ...
Review Date: 28th Nov., 2011
RRP: $ 149.00
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DMP-BDT110
3.75

4. Panasonic DMP-BDT110 3D Blu-ray player

Panasonic's DMP-BDT110 is the middle-of-the-pack Blu-ray player in the company's 2011 line-up, and it shaped up to be a generally impressive performer. It doesn't have certain bells and whistles (like built-in Wi-Fi, for example) that are restricted to the top ...
Review Date: 14th Nov., 2011
RRP: $ 219.00
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BD-S671
3.75

5. Yamaha BD-S671 Blu-ray player

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 ...
Review Date: 3rd Aug., 2011
RRP: $ 349.00
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