Summary: I bought this blu-ray player for my system downstairs hoping that it worked because I didn't want to spend much money on it. I am gladly surprised with it. The only down is that it doesn't have a wireless connection for the internet apps, but for the price I paid, it's a great value!
Summary: Let's face it, you'd almost have to try to get a blue ray player that doesn't provide a great picture. While this unit is extremely compact and light-weight (simply closing the DVD tray will move the unit), it's a Sony - and it behaves like one. Nothing too fancy here, but if you need a cheap replacement or an extra unit for the kids or guest room, this one foots the bill.
Summary: I got this machine specifically because I wanted to hook it up to older RCA composite video and audio connections without having to buy expensive adapter boxes. And also because I might use it with HDMI. It works flawlessly. I get a machine with the flexibility of format (DVD, BluRay) and connection.
Summary: Refurbished and seems like new but when you start using it, it just doesn't work! I guess maybe I was the unlucky one who received a bad unit. When I tried to return it, I was told that the 30 day return period had expired and all I could do was pay $15 each way for shipping for a repair! Very unhappy.
Summary: I needed a BD player that had the amazon Prime app and RCA connection on it as well. As it turns out, there are not a lot of players that list Amazon Prime as a readily available App. I checked many new and refurb players. The players were either too pricy or no loner made. The player comes with the remote and RCA cables with, no HDMI cables. I turned it ON, boots quickly, connected the LAN cable, and updated it.