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Sony BDP-S570B 3D Blu-ray Player

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  • Amazon Instant Video Compatible
  • Blu-ray Disc™ player with 3D™ Disc playback and built-in Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi built-in, iPhone control, Entertainment Database Browser using Gracenote, 1GB memory
  • Design-matched with Sony's Home Entertainment range

Region Two Playback Only

Blu-ray players and DVD players sold by Amazon.co.uk play UK (Region Two) Blu-ray discs and DVDs only. Discs from other regions will not play on these products.


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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.6 x 43 x 3.6 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.3 Kg
  • Item model number: BDPS570B.CEK
  • ASIN: B003FMSIKE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,979 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Manufacturer's Description

Winner of What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Awards 2010: "Product of the Year: Best Blu-ray Player"

Manufacturer's description
Be ready for the 3D home entertainment revolution with the award-winning S570 Blu-ray Disc™ player. Enjoy Blu-ray Disc™ movies in Full HD1080p quality and your existing DVD collection in near HD quality thanks to the player's upscale functionality and HDMI™ connection. And you won't be left behind when home entertainment turns 3D with 3D-upgradebale technology keeping you ahead of the game. The S570 also features BRAVIA Internet Video allowing you to access movies, TV shows, and music from YouTube™, BBC iPlayer and more. Connect wirelessly to get online without the need for another cable. Want to connect your PC or flash drive to enjoy your photos and films on your TV? The player's USB input makes sharing content from other sources easy. You can even use your iPhone® or iPod touch® as a remote control for the S470 by downloading the free BD Remote app.


Winner of What Hi-Fi's Sound and Vision Awards 2010
Product of the Year

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Watch and listen in Full HD 1080P
Blu-ray is the clearest, most realistic video format to date, giving you images so sharp you can pick out every detail and crystal clear sound that makes you feel part of the world on screen. With Blu-ray you get five times the picture quality and ten times the sound quality of DVD, providing a powerful movie experience for all your senses. See colours come to life in 1080p resolution and experience the bangs, crashes and rumbles as if you were there with the latest multi-channel HD sound technology from Dolby®.

Watch your DVDs in near HD quality too
It's not just Blu-ray Disc™ movies that look brilliant with the S570. You can also marvel at your DVD collection in near HD 1080 quality thanks to Precision Cinema DVD Upscale technology which gets sharper, more detailed images from DVDs and makes revisiting your favourites a real pleasure.

Next generation viewing
Replicate the cinema experience in your living room. Watch the latest cutting-edge 3D movie thanks to its Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc™ player. Connect to your 3D TV, put on the special Active Shutter glasses and you'll be taken straight into amazingly real, High Definition, detailed scenes which jump out of the screen towards you.

Wirelessly Explore a new world of entertainment
Bravia Internet Video lets you stream a wide variety of movies, TV episodes, videos and music from a large selection of entertainment apps and websites including YouTube™ and BBC iPlayer. Unlike the S370 or S470, the S570 has integrated WIFI so you can link up to your wireless network at the touch of a button.

Your photos and films on the big screen
Want to see your photos and videos on the big screen? Simply connect your digital camera or storage device to your S570 via the USB port at the front. The S570 also supports a large range of files types including DivX HD and MKV format, making it easier than ever to share personal entertainment from all over the home.

Super-fast operation
This player takes just three seconds to boot up, two seconds for the tray to eject and boasts super-fast disc loading time so you won't be kept waiting when you want to watch a movie. The Xross Media Bar (XMB) graphic user interface from Sony also means you can operate every part of your home cinema system easily from one place.

24p True Cinema technology for films as the director intended
With 24p True Cinema technology you can sit back and enjoy movies exactly as the director filmed them. Until now, if you watched a movie at home you'd see it played back slightly faster than at the cinema because standard TVs deliver images at 25 frames a second. Select 24p True Cinema for a more authentic movie experience.

Watch the best of the internet with Bravia
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Better connected
If you own a BRAVIA TV from Sony you'll be able to control your entire home cinema set-up with just one click of the TV remote, thanks to BRAVIA Sync. Use an HDMI™ cable to connect your devices for the best possible transfer of high-quality picture and sound.

Beautiful design
The S570 is part of a new range of Sony products which feature the new Monolithic Design concept. A blend of high-quality materials creates a beautiful finish, bringing elegant style to your living room. The minimalist look is designed to match the latest TVs and other home entertainment products from Sony.

Use your iPhone® or iPod touch® as a remote control
Turn your iPhone® or iPod touch® into a remote. With the free BD remote app you can operate and control your Blu-ray Disc Player as well as access detailed movie information like cast, director, genre and more.

Choosing the right Sony Bu-ray Player for you
More than a Blu-ray player, the range starts with the BDPS370 which is packed with great technology such as catch-up TV, front USB, quick start (the list goes on). Building on the BDPS370, next in the range is the BDPS470 which allows you to play next-generation 3D movies. 2010's flagship product from Sony, available from June, is the BDPS570 which combines all the innovative technology of the BDPS470 with integrated WiFi to wirelessly connect to your home network, along with a more premium design. Finally, why not consider maximising the enjoyment from Blu-ray by adding in the surround sound experience. Sony's Blu-ray Home Theatre range starts with the BDVE370.


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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Aug. 2010
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Did quite a bit of research before buying a Blu-ray player - wanted something that did more than play B/ray - Internet video (esp iPlayer) & media streamer were two features high on the list. Whittled it down to the Sony or LG range, but went for this in the end & glad I did. Things that sold it were:-
1. Built-in WIFI... some models (including Sony) had option of WiFi dongles... but they're expensive & take a slot
2. DLNA functionality for home network media streaming
3. 3D for the day when I can afford a 3D TV!
4. Seems to have UK-specific functionaltiy like ITV/BBC players... something LG lacked
5. Price... all this a a (on Amazon at least) price that beat polayers with similar functionality

I was expecting a lot & its did pretty well meet my epxectations! Connected easily to home network wirelessly (no problems with signal so far), updated its firmware, picked up my NAS storage drive automatically (& videos/pics), plays a good selection of Web videos, connects to my laptop (once Media player setup), and even plays DVDs/BRs with no problems so far. Looks good & does the job very well!

I'm 'only' giving 4 stars because 5 stars to me means it has to be perfect, and this isn't quite pefect (what is!). Couple of minor niggles to me are:-
a. Remote feels a bit cheap
b. Some video formats (files on the networked drives) aren't recognised... doesn't like MKVs, and also certain AVIs (can't pinpoint what sort yet).
c. My PCs can view device on network... but haven't found a way of playing discs on the PCs yet (picky I know).

Overall... really impressed!
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By D. Hall on 1 Sept. 2010
Ok, so having only bought cheapy £25 dvd players in the past, I thought it was about time that I splashed out a bit more for a decent player!
I knew that I wanted wifi connectivity, bluray and internet streaming, and did loads of research into what player to get. This Sony seemed to tick all the boxes.

All I can say is its an amazing at everything it does:

Setup is easy (even though there isn't really much to setup)
Bluray playback is stunning (To me it looks even better than the bluray playback on ps3)
BBC iPlayer is fantastic, with access to HD streaming too.
I haven't got a 3d tv, so cant test that.

The only slight niggle was streaming films from my laptop. Setting up in Windows Media Player, the DVD player just says 'no playable file'. But using Nero Mediahome, it worked straight away. But that's probably more something to do with laptop setup than the dvd players' fault.

So to sum up...Buy it! Im glad I did!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 31 July 2011
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Hard to fault this player.
I read various reviews on Amazon and noted that most negative comments concerned the noise during playback of the machine itself.
Well i took the plunge and can report the following;
This player is easy to install, like most modern gadgets it has an easy setup option which is the one i plumped for.
Even though i didn't want the feature originally, this machine will connect to the internet using my wireless broadband. I was astonished at how easy this was to do, and now have my living room T.V. with
the likes of the BBC i player and You Tube etc plus SONY's Video on Demand services all available. ( i previously only had SKY )
I consider this a bonus but i am not sure how often i will actually use these options.
Now to the core function, BLU-RAY and DVD's, the SONY plays them beautifully, the picture from a good Blu-ray in 1080p is as good as i have ever seen, although no better than my previously owned Panasonic.
Sound is faultless. Menu and general operation is just fine.
Next is the noise question. You can select a fast loading option which cuts down the waiting time for a disc to load but the downside of this option is the machine consumes more power and the instructions advise that because the player runs warmer
the fan operates more and works harder.
I have only used the normal load option which is actually quicker than my previous Panasonic and also my PS3 machine. I found the Sony to be whisper quiet whilst running, no problem what so ever.
Overall an excellent machine with no faults or complaints that i have yet discovered. I just need it to be reliable now and i will be very happy with my coice.
Highly recommended.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Samrhan Iqbal on 5 Nov. 2010
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I took a long time choosing which blu-ray player to purchaser. After much comparing and going through specs it was a tiw between this Sony and an LG with similar specs. This Sony won due to built in 3D technology and the internet tv options. I am very impressed with this unit. The playback of blu-rays is excellent, but the DVD playback is also superb. The DVD playback is sooooooooo good its almost as good as blu-ray. Finally, the sound is truly bombastic !!!! In one word EXCELLENT !!!

The price is also very cheap for what you get. Basically, this is a high end spec unit with a mid range price, and even cheaper on Amazon.

This year's best buy !!!
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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Nick Flynn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Nov. 2010
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It is a while since I bought a new DVD/Blueray player, I've always bought Sony and have been pretty impressed with the reliability. I may have paid a bit more, but have usually seen many years of good service.

Whilst the S570 does not appear to be as robust as my old player, it is a good looking, piano black box with tiny controls on the front facia.

Set up, once I had worked my way through the fairly slim instruction manual was very easy ... however, my player seemed to be shipped with German as the default language, so it took a few minutes to reset to English.

The internet connection to my home wifi was very easy and having done that I registered at Sony (for enhanced features) ... still not sure what they are yet, but am sure that will come to light later.

The next thing to do was check Network Updates ... there was a firmware update to do and that was downloaded and installed in minutes.

The menu Items are pretty intuitive and you basically scroll across for settings, and down for content.

The internet connection gives you access to a range of on-line service providers who will want to sell you pay per view access ... there is some free content and previews as well ... and iplayer and 5 on demand. I was a little disappointed that some of the other on-demand players were not available, but maybe more will joint later.

Before I get to the Blue-ray side of things, the full screen picture quality of the streamed content from iPlayer and 5OD was excellent. There is also access to YouTube ... again quality is better than I expected, but if I was to use on a very regular basis I would find the mobile phone type multi-keystroke approach to typing in the search word would be a bit trying ...
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