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Sony BDP-BX37 1080p Upscaling Blu-ray Disc DVD Player w/HDMI, LAN & USB

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: BDP-BX37

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B003C5US2U
  • Item model number: BDP-BX37
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,455 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 13, 2010
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Product Description

Experience superior high definition viewing in the comfort of your home with this Sony BDP-BX37 Blu-ray Disc DVD Player! The BDP-BX37 features a full high definition 1080p video output and is capable of upscaling your existing DVD collection to 1080p when using the built-in HDMI connection! The BDP-BX37 doesn't just do Blu-ray playback, it also features BRAVIA Internet Video support, so you can jack in to your Ethernet network and watch your favorite online videos from the most popular services like Netflix, YouTube, and more! This player is Wi-Fi ready. Simply connect a wireless USB adapter and get connected to a wireless network. Its front mouted USB port allows you connect a USB device so you can enjoy additional content such as movies, photos and music. Get ready to enjoy cinema style high definition entertainment with the Sony BDP-BX37 Blu-ray Disc DVD Player. Order now!

Sony BDP-BX37Blu-ray Disc DVD Player Operating Instructions Remote control Composite AV cable HDMI cable

Customer Reviews

Hulu plus, Netflix, Slacker radio and Pandora will be setup here on the site.
J. Lancaster
Not worth spending the time and money to have it repaired but lesson learned and Sony is off my list for future DVD player purchase.
Winter
I tried plugging a Belkin USB WiFi adapter into the back port, but the player would not recognize it.
J. M. V. Gorden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

95 of 99 people found the following review helpful By MS VINE VOICE on November 28, 2010
This is the same model as Sony BDP-S370 Blu-ray Disc Player, made for costco; only difference between s370 and this model is you get a HDMI cable in the box.
Disclaimer: I bought BX37 model from Costco.
Just a brief review, as others have covered it: (AND A FEW TIPS for network setup at the end!)
PROS: Everything!
1. Great Blu-ray playing; fast start; just takes seconds to start playing.
2. Great standard DVD playing
3. Good functional remote but made better by the Android/iphone BD REMOTE app! it is great!
4. Excellent internet apps - Netflix plays so beautifully, browsing through my instant queue is better than in Roku! I retired Roku after buying this. Pandora and Amazon Video to boot.
5. DLNA Support: Great! I was reading some reviews that said things don't work. I can say it WORKS GREAT! I have a NAS box in my local network, and it is able to play the music (mp3 and wav), photos and videos out of that; and it is quite fast! (read the tips below). Sony player found my NAS box automatically and added it to its menu!
CONS:
1. No Wifi! I don't consider this as a big issue for 2 reasons:
- I have a wire running to the TV area from my cable modem, and I have a small D-LINK 1G 5 port hub near the TV to supply internet to all the devices in that area! The cable runs through the wall/basement for this.
- Even if you are using WI-FI, it is good to have a consolidator Wi-FI bridge router in the TV area providing wired internet to that area
- too many devices in a small area all talking wi-fi scares me (though I am technical enough to know it should work, I still feel bad!
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117 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Consoer on June 23, 2010
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I haven't used this much for Blue Ray DVDs, but so far no problems.
But there are a couple of issues that really compromise this player:
1) It doesn't come with wireless communications built in and so far I haven't found a generic usb wireless dongle that works with it. So if you need wifi and have to buy Sony's add-on communications device, then you might as well just buy a higher end model that already has wifi.
2) all of the above makes this especially important: BD Remote on your iphone or ipod won't control the unit unless it's connected to wifi.
To do over, I would have bought a model with wifi built in.

UPDATE 3/2011: I finally found a simple way to connect this to wifi in my particular system. I have an Apple Airport (handy device) plugged in behind my A/V rack and connected to my audio reciever so I can stream music wirelessly from computers on my home wifi to my A/V system. But the main designed purpose for the Airport was to serve as a bridge between wired network devices and wireless networks. So if you have an Airport, just run a network cable from the back of this BluRay player to the Airport and the player is networked! Even if you don't have an Airport, you can buy one for not much more than Sony charges for the wifi dongle specific to this player. And with the Apple device you get a lot more functionality.
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59 of 63 people found the following review helpful By John from OC on July 9, 2010
I was a little wary of this player because it was being sold for so little money. I bought this player at Costco for $99.99 and I figured if it wasn't a good player, I could just return it due to Costco's great return policy.
Well, I've had the player for over a week and a weekend of heavy blu ray media usage and this player has been incredible.
Set up was a breeze. My house is set up with wired cat5 in every room, so I didn't need the wireless feature. After hooking up the HDMI, HD sound, and the cat5, I fired up the player and I did the easy set up routine. After that was done, I went to set up and the player told me there was an update available. Down loaded the update and everything was ready in less than 10 minutes.
Tested the player with Avatar and the picture and sound were incredible. Next, I went on Netflix, Amazon, Youtube and tested everything. All the sites worked fine after initial sign up. I only have a 6mbps dsl, but it seems to be more than sufficent.
All in all, this is an amzing player for the price and I'd highly recommend it to anyone. To be honest, I'm thinking of going back and getting another one for the bedroom.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Dave on June 22, 2010
Bought one of these units. Works fine as a Blu-ray player. However, I was excited about the DLNA support - and was hoping it was similar to the support Sony builds into their PS3 units. However, although the interface and functionality is similar to the PS3 (albeit "cheaper" looking), the BDP-BX37 does not .support the formats the PS3 does (or even the formats it claims it supports). Most common video format these days is .MP4 - but I was unable to get this player to accept any of the .MP4 videos I have (the PS3 plays them all fine). JPEG photos and MP3 music files work. But I'll be returning this unit, as this was one of the features I was purchasing the unit for.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ComputerGeek on January 21, 2011
I have read many mixed reviews about this model of Sony Blu Ray player and I was hesitating to buy it. Costco had a really good deal on this Blu Ray, so I decided to give a shot. Here is my full review to help everybody who is looking into buying this player. I waited for two weeks to do my full test before posting any reviews. I have tested most functionalities of this device and I am very pleased with the result. Here is:
1- Blu Ray picture and sound quality is very pleasant and I was happy with the outcome.
2- DVD playbacks are scaled up as it is advertised and I like it very much.
3- The boot time is fairly fast and disk load time is pretty quick compare to other player.
4- I had no problem watching Netflix movies and never had any of the issues that others have mention. The setup process was very quick and loading movie was a breeze. I should mention that this player does not have the search capability for the Netflix and it only shows what you have built on your queue.
5- Hulu plus is amazing on this device and it comes with its full function. You should sign up for its trial and enjoy it while it last.
6- There are many other video networks on this device and those I have tried were nice and feel the same as Netflix.
7- Even though many have complained about the DLNA connection on this device, I had no problem setting it up and running with it. It took me a couple of days to get myself educated with the protocol and learning how it works, but after that there was no issue using it. I should say this is nothing as close as Airplay from Apple, but it is a good beginning. These are a few things you should keep in mind when sating up DLNA:
a. Make sure your devices are connected to the same network.
b.
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