Summary: SONY HAS EVEN UPGRADED THERE OLD 2011 WITH A FIRMWARE THAT IS CINAVIA PROTECTED. DO WASTE YOUR TIME WITH SONY. YOU WILL JUST BE LOSING MONEY. SEARCH THE INTRNET FOR A NON CINAVIA PROTECTED BDP.
Summary: Cheap =nasty. It may be the lowest priced but you get what you paid for in this case. The Sony BDP S380 blue ray player has convinced me that The Sony brand is no longer any guarantee of quality.
Yet another Sony piece of junk.Would not take one if it was being given away for free.
Maria P., Amazon
11 May 2014
Summary: Even if all you want is a BD player, look elsewhere. The only thing this model has going for it is it’s capability to play a variety of local media via USB connection. The streaming service via Netflix is garbage due to Sony proxy server choke point that slows the service down to unacceptable,...
Summary: This is replacing a Sony that finally broke down on me. I have had it since Blu Ray has been out. The door on id had no remote opening on it. So that kind of irked me a little. This one does that, and then some. The picture is so much clearer and sharper then my previous one was.
Summary: I have never had a problem and it performed perfect after I down loaded the upgrade for 3D. My wife and I were blown away by the performance of the player with the TV. Sony I feel is the best and the DVD Sony made to work with the TV is Flawless.
Summary: This is a solid blu-ray player. I have been using it for about 2 years and even bought the same one for my parents. The few blu-ray movies I have seen have been really great, but mostly I use this to either watch DVDs or watch movies that I copy on my flashdrive. Both options work really well!
Summary: This player sometimes has trouble starting. I play a couple of DVD's per week and about 1 out of every 10 times it won't load. Have to unplug and restart sometimes more than once to get it going. I stream from both Hulu and Netflix.
Summary: I've had this player for a few years now and have had no issues with it. I like how it prompts you that it needs updates and it will download the update on it's own and install. The device is very small and does not take up much room on a component shelf. Definitely worth owning.
Summary: What I like most about this player is, I just plugged it in, turned it on, and it auto-connected to my router. Then, I signed up to various networks like, Netflix, and Hulu Plus. Huffington Post is quite enjoyable and IT HAS NO COMMERCIALS AND IS FREE! Cons: None.