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Reviewed on 2009-10-12
This is a very good Blu-ray player from Sony, whose main failing is the absence of DiVX compatibility, which is found almost universally amongst the competition.
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Reviewed on 2009-08-04
For a bargain-bucket price of 230 GBP, Sony’s BDP-S 350 delivers first-rate movie pictures and hard-hitting HD audio as a bitstream. It does not, however, match the quality of its all-singing, all-dancing relative..
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Reviewed on 2009-03-16
Great performance for the asking price, attractive & compact design, comparatively fast load times, user-friendly interfacePoorly designed USB port, analog outputs limited to 2-channel
Sonys BDP-S350 is an entry-level Blu-ray player that replaces the BDP-S300 Blu-ray player in the company’s high-def line-up. Alongside the requisite 1080p video playback, the Sony BDP-S350 comes with a solid array of features, including BD-Live functionality, 7.1-channel Dolby TrueHD support, a 24p True Cinema picture mode and DVD upscaling. The Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray player is smaller, faster and more handsomely equipped than its predecessor; what’s more, its price is around half the BDP-S300’
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Reviewed on 2009-02-04
It may be hard to believe but the BDP-S350 is Sony’s third generation Blu-ray player. It seems like only yesterday Blu-ray players were hitting the market and competition was heating up from rival Toshiba’s HD-DVD format. Now that the smoke has settle...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-01
It’s hard to knock the Sony BDP-S350. The machine does its job, is dependable, quiet, built solid and looks good in delivering the key features for a Blu-ray player, all at a reasonable entry-level price. Spending a few bucks for a 1GB Flash drive and...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-08
Picture; sound; styling; performance; menu system; low priceCould be cheaper still; no 7.1 audio outputs or DTS-HD MA decode
Sony has had a problem for a while now. Because it's a large company, each division operates in quite a separate environment. For Blu-ray, this has been something of a disaster. On the one hand, you have Sony's computer-entertainment division, which...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-25
Any way you look at it, the Sony BDP-S350 is an excellent Blu-ray player. Its well designed and easy to use. It supports high-end Blu-ray features such as BD-Live. And it produces good-looking images. The judges in our Test Centre evaluation graded...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-25
Any way you look at it, the Sony BDP-S350 is an excellent Blu-ray player. It's well designed and easy to use. It supports high-end Blu-ray features such as BD-Live. And it produces good-looking images. The judges in our Test Centre evaluation graded t...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-18
Quick Start feature loads discs faster, Slim chassis, Easy to use Sony Xross menu, Good clarity, black levels and colorNo line-out audio for sending out decoded Dolby True-HD, No DTS-HD Master Audio decoder, Inset USB port limits what flash drives will fit, Remote does not light up or glow in dark, *
Now that the price has dropped on Sony’s BDP-S350 to $299, full-featured Blu-ray Disc players are coming into reach for the rest of us. Early generation Blu-ray Disc players were not only more expensive, but bulky, and took a long time to start ...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-18
Outputs greatlooking images, Supports BDLive; nice setup menu,Remote is neither programmable nor backlit
Any way you look at it, the Sony BDP-S350 is an excellent Blu-ray player. Its well designed and easy to use. It supports high-end Blu-ray features such as BD-Live. And it produces good-looking images. Would You Buy This? 0Yes 0No Sony BDP-S350 Test Sc...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-10
One of the quickest players off the mark when you insert a disc, Excellent picture qualty, Brightness control for front displayIncompatible with DiVX and MP3 codecs, Cannot decode DTSHD MA, USB host port set far too deepexcept for Sonys own USB keys, that is
With the BDP-S350, Sony is adding to the competition in the entry-level Blu-ray player market, where the market is already hotting up with the Samsung BD-P1500 and Panasonic DMP-BD35.Like the earlier S300, the new S350 is very shallow, meaning it shoul...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-06
Excellent value for money; Fast operation; High quality picture and sound with Blu-ray; Full support of all Blu-ray featuresNo frame step or slow playback modes; Recessed USB can limit types of memory employed
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Reviewed on 2008-11-19
As Sonys most modestly priced BD Live-enabled Blu-ray player, the BDP-S350 is likely to be one of the holiday seasons hottest commodities. With an MSRP of $299.99, down $100 since it was introduced this summer, the BDP-S350 is the first Sony Blu-ray ...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-01
Affordable BD-Live performance , Great DVD playback performance , Lacks multichannel analog audio support The BDP-S350 is Sony’s follow-up to the popular BDP-S300. One of the most inexpensive standalone players on the market, the BDP-S350 includes...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-22
Excellent Blu-ray and very good DVD upconversion image quality. Automatic firmware update notification. Laudable energy efficiency.Lacks 1080p24 upconversion with DVD video. Faster start-up option increases power consumption. Limited multimedia features, such as JPEG and MP3 playback.
Over a year ago Sony introduced its BDP-S300 Blu-ray (BD) player. It was one of the slowest HD disc players weve ever reviewed, and its ability to upconvert DVD movies into a high-definition format was weak at best. Sony turns things around with it...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-20
Excellent value. Builtin ethernet to fetch firmware upgrades and BDLive extras. Pictureinpicture feature will thrill the attentiondeficit set. Film buffs with highdollar TVs will dig the optional 1080/24p output.Lousy networking setup; we had to enter everything manually. Primitive remote. Doesnt ship with BDLive installed.Denon DVD2500BTCI $1000 Handles a full spectrum of formats - including DivX - and wins on quality. Bummer its so expensive and lacks BDLive......
Designed for the living room rather than a server closet, this Blu-ray box has a petite 17 x 9-inch footprint and flaunts an attractive display, all beveled edges and hues of mirrored blue. The form may be cool, but the function is eye-poppingly hot. I...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-18
Finally, a profile 2.0 Bluray player from the prime backer of the format, This player works as easily and efficiently as almost any DVD player out there, yet will smoke them in video performance with Bluray discs, The BDPS350's size is a big step forward for Sony. Their original Bluray players were huge. This unit is smaller than many conventional DVD players. The general appearance is mod...This player will output every audio format in bitstream and will also output LPCM for everything but DTSHD Master Audio. Therefore, to take advantage of all the new codecs, you'll either need a receiver or AV preamp that can decode those bitstreams or to spend another $100 for the BDPS550 which has analog outputs, The construction of the player is solidfeeling and adequate for the price point...
Sony has won the format war against the now-defunct HD DVD, but the Blu-ray still hasn't reached what many had hoped for in terms of market penetration. The PS3 has been the main player keeping Sony alive for most of this race, but the release of the ...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-06
Fantastic pictures and soundIt looks cheap, No 7.1 audio, Unfinished functionality, No builtin memory
A player that shows off all of Blu-ray's strengths – and all of its weaknesses Fantastic pictures and sound It looks cheap / No 7.1 audio / Unfinished functionality / No built-in memory The first thing to say about the BDP-S350 is that it’s really quit...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-01
The BDP-S350 was a Profile 1.1 player at its launch but Sony has made good on its promise and made it Profile 2.0 through a firmware update. Youll need to leave a flash drive in the rear-mounted USB port to access BD Live content, though. S-video ...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-09
Slim design yet sturdy build, Bitstreaming of the advanced audio codecs, TrueHD Decoding, 1080/24p output, BonusView compatible and BDLive ready, Quick startup and disc load times, Excellent HD picture quality with 1080p source material, Handles 3:2 pulld......Poor deinterlacing of 1080i content, No DTSHD HR/MA Decoding, Slightly confusing settings options, Recessed USB Port
Sonys BD-Live ready Blu-ray Disc player packs a big punch in a small and affordable package.
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