Summary: Am totally unimpressed with this player. Sony must really trying to cut back on their quality control. Can't get over how cheap this one is. The player merely rests on the shelf without any isolation barriers what so ever.
Excerpt: The Sony BDP-S560 is a wi-fi enabled blu-ray player that produces an excellent quality picture and comes loaded with features. This is an above-average blu-ray player. The wireless ability most importantly allows for updates to take place without hooking the bru-ray player up to an internet...
Summary: I bought this with the intention of selling it/junking it within a year. It gets the job done, and is actually a solid little blu-ray player, but if you plan on having a player for more than a year, then I would save your money and find a better, more up to date product.
Summary: We bought this player about 2 years ago. At the time the price was great for a blu ray player. About 6 months ago the player quit playing blu ray discs and would only play regular DVD's. I was quite disappointed.
Summary: This is my first blu-ray player I have ever bought and after doing extensive research I focused on the 560. The reason I narrowed down to this one was because it has built in wireless and therefore I don't have to worry about connecting to my computer through an ethernet cable and due to always...
Summary: If all you need is a good blu-ray player, this is it. Nothing more, nothing less. It upscales DVDs to 1080p and it brings them up to near blu-ray quality. I initially purchased it for it's Wi-Fi capability and it's ability to connect to the internet... however I was fooled.
Summary: The Sony BDP-S560 boots up pretty fast, has nice video and audio when playing both Blu-ray format and upconverted DVDs. I also have a Sony S-360 player I bought a few years back. The bootuptime has improved significantly and the formfactor is much smaller.
Summary: What a waste of money and time. This player does not stream any online video from popular commerical services like Amazon Video-On-Demand, Netflix extra. Why Sony have wireless if that is of no use other then BD live.