Summary: The Sony BDP S380 sells at a maximum retail price of Rs. 8,990. This is a really good Blu-ray player by itself. Sony adding a LAN port and incorporating the Bravia Internet Video in it made this a great player. The only issues we had was that it had just a single HDMI connectivity option. Selling at a price of just under Rs.
Summary: • Supports popular playback formats such as MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV, AVCHD, MP3, AAC, and Xvid through the USB ports • Equipped with XCross Media Bar (XMB) interface • The menu of this player segregates photos, music, videos, and internet content along with appropriate context sensitive functions • Comes with Bravia Internet Video featuring access to YouTube and other internet video services such as Epicure, BlipTV, WIRED, and Style.com • Capable of playing NTFS...
Pros: Supports popular playback formats such as MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WMV, AVCHD, MP3, AAC, and Xvid through the USB ports , Equipped with XCross Media Bar (XMB) interface , The menu of this player segregates photos, music, videos, and internet content along with appropriate context sensitive functions , Comes with Bravia Internet Video featuring access to YouTube and other internet video services such as Epicure, BlipTV, WIRED, and Style.com , Capable of playing NTFS dri...
Cons: Absence of in-built Wi-Fi , There is no DLNA , Only single HDMI Por
Sony BDP-S380 review: Sony's cheapest Blu-ray player has BRAVIA Internet Video and works well
Good Gear Guide.au
14 July 2011
Summary: The Sony BDP-S380 is an excellent Blu-ray player that has the added bonus of Sony's BRAVIA Internet Video service. We're disappointed with the lack of optical digital output, and the fact that Wi-Fi is an optional extra, but this is an outstanding product otherwise.
Pros: BRAVIA Internet Video built-in, Low price, HDMI cable included in the box!
Cons: No built-in Wi-Fi, No optical digital output, Remote is a little cramped
Excerpt: Sony’s bottom-of-the-range Blu-ray spinner offers a lot in performance and specifications for its meagre £130 ticket, but misses out on a couple of the key features that its BDP-S480 sibling brings to the party for only £20 more. With that in mind, it’s only worth considering if you’re really hard up, or are looking to upgrade your bedroom setup.
Excerpt: We were seriously impressed with Sony's 2010 range of Blu-ray players, giving the BDP-S370 a Best Buy award. The sheer number of features packed into the tiny player combined with a surprisingly low price made it the obvious choice for most people. That player has now been discontinued and is replaced by, logically enough, the BDP-S380. Like the S370, the newcomer doesn't support 3D Blu-ray: for that you'll need the BDP-S480, which costs around £180.
Recenze SONY BDP-S380: Jednoduše základní Blu-ray přehrávač
23 January 2012
Excerpt: BDP-S380 si nedělá nároky k uspokojení přehnaně náročných zákazníků. Ani nadšence 3D neuspokojí. Tento formát není u tohoto přístroje podporován. Jeho minimalistický vzhled však může nadchnout. Mile překvapí svými nadstandardními funkcemi ve smyslu kategorie přístrojů pro přednostní přehrávání Blu-ray filmů.