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If you want to watch a movie that will make your new Full HD LED or plasma TV look good, you'll need a Blu-ray player. We've rounded up all our Blu-ray player reviews in one place.

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Sony BDP-S780

The Sony BDP-S780 offers a wide selection of Internet-streamed entertainment, but makes some curious compromises. Its 3D settings can improve stereoscopic viewing. But the US$230 price may be a painful trade-off for this model's capabilities.

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  • 23rd Nov., 2011
  • Lincoln Spector
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Useful smartphone remote-control app
  • Great Internet app selection includes Web browser
  • Extra 3D settings improve quality
  • Cons:
  • Expensive
  • Considerable usability problems
  • Browser lacks Flash

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