Conclusion: Released towards the end of last year, the BDP-S760 was Sony finally showing us what they could do with a Blu-ray player. It’s fair to say that the S760 doesn’t do a great deal, but what it does do is achieved with a huge amount of style and quality, with a healthy dollop of panache.
Sony's flagship Blu-ray player has built-in Wi-Fi and a surround sound headphone port
Good Gear Guide.au
28 May 2010
Summary: The Sony BDP-S760 Blu-ray player puts sound and picture quality at the forefront. It also benefits from built-in Wi-Fi and a surround sound headphone jack, two features that set it apart from the pack.
Excerpt: The Sony BDP-S760 forms part of Sony's late-2009 announcements, offering all the normal Blu-ray niceties, as well as wide audio decoding and a whole host of connections on its rear end. But with the recent posturing from Sony setting up their newest Blu-ray players with a host of new features, is the S760 still worth a look-in?
Summary: The PlayStation 3 is no longer the only Sony Blu-ray player you should consider buying. As well as offering an up-to-the-minute feature set, Sony's stand-alone BDP-S760 leaves the company's games console for dead in the all-important picture and sound departments
Pros: Best Blu-ray performance you can get for less than £500, Features galore, including Wi-Fi connectivity, Fast
Cons: No built-in storage memory, Not as multimedia-savvy as the LG BD390
Summary: Sony’s team of Blu-ray players has collected a decent number of five-star badges, from the affordable BDP-S360 to the high-end BDP-S5000ES . Now the BDP-S760 has the chance to nail that middle ground, along with similarly priced rivals like Panasonic’s DMP-BD80 . Built-in Wi-Fi There are certainly plenty of treats in the lengthy spec list.