With half of the year gone and autumn approaching, it might be a good time to invest in a new Blu-ray player before the nights start getting darker. UK review site Trusted Reviews has rounded-up its pick of 2013’s new Blu-ray players, so whether you’re looking for a second (or third or fourth) Blu-ray player, or are taking your first steps into the high definition world, you might want to check out some of the following.
Hit the link for the full list, but here are a few of their recommendations:
- Panasonic DMP-BDT330: This sleek, eye-catching Blu-ray Player manages 4K up scaling and a ‘Miracast’ feature which can send videos from your Android smartphone direct to your TV
- Sony BDP-S3100: This Blu-ray Player offers value for money with an attractively styled 2D Blu-ray playback and access to the Sony entertainment network. It also comes with built in wi-fi, so you can catch up on the latest from BBC iPlayer, LoveFilm, Netflix and YouTube
- Samsung BD-F7500: Samsung’s flagship Blu-ray Player supports 4K up scaling, 2D and 3D Blu-ray discs and even includes Samsung Smart Hub so you can access a comprehensive list of online apps and content
- Cambridge Audio Azur: A stunningly crafted high end Blu-ray Player, it features a home cinema hub as well as the capability to stream music, videos and movies from DLNA and NAS drives
Do you own any of these players? If so, let us know what you think in the comments. And if you’re still not quite sure which new player to opt for, remember that IFA exhibition is just around the corner – we’ll be at the show to fill you in on all the major Blu-ray player news and announcements.