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Sony BDPS390 SMART Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player
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- Amazon Instant Video Compatible
- Full HD with built-in Wi-Fi, Sony Entertainment Network, DVD playback, PC streaming and a USB port
- Enjoy Blu-ray Discs and DVDs in Full HD
- Stream on-demand films, catch-up TV and music
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Movies are only the beginning
From Bourne to Bond, see your favourite characters in Full HD detail. But it doesn’t end there. You can wirelessly stream catch-up TV, Internet video and music, access the web and apps, and share content with other devices. All from the comfort of your sofa.
5x better than DVD picture quality
See your favourite movies in a stunning new light. Blu-ray Discs come alive in Full HD with true-to-life colours and crisp detail. High Definition movies are presented in 5x better quality than DVD, and regular DVDs are enhanced to look more like HD.
Connect, share and entertain – no cables required
Our systems are Built-in Wi-Fi for sharing the good things in life. It’s simple to wirelessly connect your smartphone or tablet to share and play music, videos and pictures all around your home – for relaxing, partying and entertaining.
Take a journey into a world of online entertainment
Come to the end of your film library? In the Sony Entertainment Network the only limit is your imagination – it’s streaming HD movies, millions of songs you can play around your home, your favourite TV channels, a web browser and apps for weather, news, games and more.
Directly access files on your PC
If you have movies, music and photo files stored on your PC, you can access them directly using your Blu-ray player. So you can release them from the confines of your PC and enjoy them in all their glory on your TV screen.
Picture that’s 5x better than DVD - See every colour and shade in fine detail that’s 5x sharper than DVD.
Cut the clutter with Wi-Fi built-in - Stream Internet and PC content without trailing wires around your room with built-in Wi-Fi.
DVDs look closer to HD - Give your old movies a new lease of life –
our Blu-ray Disc Players not only play DVDs but also upscale them to near HD quality.
Entertainment on-demand from the web - Stream videos, sports and the best of the web directly from the Internet with catch-up TV, YouTube, apps and more.
Apps for games, sport, news and more - Get apps for the weather, news updates and online games through the Sony Entertainment Network.
Find what you need faster with simple navigation - Our menu uses intuitive icons and an easy to follow 'tree' system.
Play music and movies from your PC - A USB port lets you play content directly from a memory stick, PC or hard drive.
Use your smartphone as a remote control - Download the Media Remote app and use your iPhone, Android phone or tablet as a remote control or a mouse for browsing the web.
Show pictures from your smartphone on the big screen - Set free music, photos and videos stored on your smartphone or tablet. Wirelessly ‘Push’ content between devices and see it properly on your TV.
Send web pages from your smartphone to your TV - Browse the web and ‘throw’ the page you’re looking at to your smartphone or tablet – then send it back to the big screen.
Get information on movies and music - Looking for the director or songwriter's name? Find out more about movies or music at the touch of a button.
Surf the web through your TV - Head online to browse text and picture-based Internet pages through your TV.
Get straight into the movie - No more long disc loading times, get straight into the action with Quickstart.
Share music around your home - Send music to any room in the house – all from your smartphone with the HomeShare app.
Our Blu-ray players are packed with the latest technology for maximum performance and minimal environmental impact
- The system on chip technology enables a significantly improved power efficiency while maintaining excellent picture and sound quality.
- The new integrated circuits cuts energy consumption.
- A dramatically smaller product reduces packaging and cuts CO2 during shipping.
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Top Customer Reviews
Menu system is just like on the PS3 only slightly more sluggish. The small remote works well and it there is also an Android app that can be used as a remote, very useful for typing into the search box on iPlayer.
The s390 has DLNA support and has played HD videos off my NAS without problem. The only downside to this is there is no DIVX support!! You may need to encode as XVID instead, this has knocked a star off for me. Haven't tried USB support yet, but I understand it will work with NTFS.
One thing that did cross my mind when setting it up, for not a lot more you could have a PS3 which does have DIVX support. When you consider this doesn't come with an HDMI cable but the PS3 does, the price gap isn't that big!
Overall great blu-ray player, upscales DVD's well, nice interface and so far no problems.
Have used the LoveFilm app since the weekend, menu is different to the PS3 version (it's better in my opinion). Quality is very good, LF isn't HD but it still looks great from this player. Currently there is no ITV or C4 player.
1. Wireless connection (without a dongle or other accessory)
2. The ability to stream media for other sources (ideally with DLNA)
3. A wide variety of online services (such as Netflix etc.)
4. A wide variety of supported formats (MPEG2, MPEG4, MKV, AVI, etc.)
The Sony ticked all of these boxed or so I though but after hours of the unit rebooting and having read (and like everyone I hate doing this) every page of the manual in detail and with a lot of playing about I found the following (despite updating to the latest firmware).
1. The wireless is a breeze to setup but unlike every other wireless device in my house, the connection quality and throughput is hit and miss. I have a LinkSys EA4500 in the NEXT room and the connection can struggle the odd time.
2. So the system has DLNA & streaming and can see my network correctly. It sees my three WD Live boxes, my Alienware laptop and more importantly my 4GB WD MyBook Live Duo where I have centralized the storage of all of my audio and video files. This allows me to access them on any device at any time (even when not at home). What Sony did not state in the system spec and what is buried at the very back of the user manual is that the do not allow streaming of 80% of the formats the box "supports".Read more ›
Setup: BDP-S390 connected to a 1080i generic tv, Wifi'd to a pc running Sony HomeStream (serviio) for DLNA services.
Out of the box: The player itself is not as sturdy feeling as a PS3 or more expensive model but I was pretty happy with it. The remote is cheap but comes with batteries. Does not come with a HDMI or Component leads, integrated power cable. Minimal packaging, light unit. Good button and tray action. Curved top - you can't put anything on it!
General use: The system starts you off with a set up menu which will help you set your tv connection type and network connection type. It also asks if it can use USB media as a data store, for reasons explained below select yes and get a FAT 32 memory stick in that slot! It also has a quick boot option (more power needed captain!) which is much quicker but the slow boot takes about 10 seconds, the quick is instant. It will also ask you to update the player to most recent firmware; I updated mine straight away but forums have said that netflix app is messed up after this and some file type support is dropped as a result. I don't use netflix but all issues seem to be resolved by removing account details, restarting and re-entering. File type support updates are covered in the media streaming section below. The remote has all the buttons you need but does feel cheap cheap cheap! Menu selection is like the PS3 and scrolling is a bit jerky and clunky looking (hi res graphics down scaled poorly) but works and isn't too laggy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for occasional use (once a month or less). Has stopped working after just being outside the guarantee period. Read morePublished 21 months ago by UK82
Really good bluray player. Excellent picture quality, easy to use. worth it's 5 star rating. Would definitely recommend it. ThanksPublished on 22 May 2014 by clare
definitely an improvement on normal DVDs both in screen quality and sound, but this player is slow to start up. thats the only issue with it though. Read morePublished on 2 May 2014 by A. Staley-Best
I like the black colour and overall finish of product
Use this heavily for lovefilms etc.. Read more
I bought this Blu-Ray player about 6 months ago & it is still working great. It upsclaes DVD's pretty well & loads up really fast. Read morePublished on 3 Jan. 2014 by Richie B
I cannot find a fault with this well priced BD player. The online menu is clear, the playback quality is brilliant. Can't go wrong with itPublished on 9 Dec. 2013 by Throughball
When it worked, this was a fine piece of kit: Great picture quality, easy to use web and catch-up services and reliable built in wifi. Read morePublished on 9 Dec. 2013 by D L Colley