Summary: People, Devices like this Sony Blu-ray DVD player connected to a wireless/wired network should not be on DHCP with a dynamic IP address. Hence, if it doesn't connect automatically to your router, quit tripping.
Summary: This was my first Blu-ray player. I have it connected to my home network and the internet and am amazed at all of the things I can do with it beyond playing disks. So happy with it that I bought a second one !
Summary: I just bought this bluray player for my girlfriend and she absolutely loves it. I currently have the 570(older model of this one) and I think it's great. Both are extremely user friendly and put out a great quality picture!
Summary: There are no major networking issues with this Blu Ray player, and more than likely you will not need to update to run Netflix. I got Netflix working perfectly right out of the box! I watched "Insidious" in perfect HD with no interruptions that night.
Summary: When I decided this would finally be the year to upgrade my bedroom to high definition, I bought this Blu Ray player at Best Buy on Black Friday for $110. This is my first blu ray player, so I did a lot of research prior to purchasing one.
Summary: I doubt I'm the only one that went to input a WEP or WPA key or passphrase when setting up the wireless security internet settings and struggled to figure out how to enter capital letters using the remote.
Summary: This is a very nice unit. I don't know if I will ever use the 3D option. But I do like the apps. I also like that you can use a computer Keyboard with this unit. Typing with the remote is a pain in the butt. Also if the apps and the unit won't update.
Summary: I am blown away at how little this cost compared to ALL the features this has. So GLAD I bought this. Once you go on line (PC needed) to connect all your accounts (Netflix, Pandora, etc)it's very easy to navagate the menu.
Summary: I recently purchased the 580 to replace a 560 blu ray. The reason for the change was purely the height of the product. I had purchased a projector and had limited space (it was either cutting out the wall or replacing the blu ray) The 560 had wi-fi like this one, and the menus were similar.