Summary: This is my first Blue Ray experience so I wasnt sure what to expect. I have read reviews of many players all with varying impressions. This player is very good value, with built in Wireless so no usb dongles required.
Summary: Overall I'm happy with this player. For the money, it had by far the most features I've been able to find. The one I got was marked as "Used - Very Good" and re-packaged by Amazon Warehouse Deals but it seemed to be a new player, and cost a lot less than the £150 list price.
Summary: My daughter loves this, lovely picture, easy to use and great for using iplayer etc. However I have had to buy a wifi booster to enable it to pick up our wifi (my son's room is next to my daughter's and his Xbox picks up the wifi no problem).
Summary: I have only used this machine a few times but so far it has been well up to expectation. Set up is simple, just follow the instructions. I use a HDMI 2 slot, my PVR being hooked into No 1 slot.
Summary: Initially couldnt get bbc i player to work, had to upgrade software following instructions in manual ..broadly downloading from [...], search for sofware and drivers, download software onto a USB device, to the root folder, make sure folder named UPG_ALL, connect UBS onto player, Press menu, select...
Summary: Stop watching iPlayer on your PC. That was the selling point for me. No need to bother with cables to connect to your router - just plug in and go. It's pretty much delivered, but there's one niggle which I would LOVE to see fixed.
Summary: I was not initially impressed by this player, due to connectivity issues. With many other reviews detailing similar problems I considered returning it, but thankfully, a bit of perseverance paid off. Out of the box, the unit arrived with firmware v1.16.