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Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (2010 Model)

by Sony
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  • BRAVIA Internet Video , Access movies, music, videos and more.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Blu-ray 3D playback capability.
  • iPhone , iPod touch BD Remote.
  • Quick Start , Load to watch movies faster than ever.
  • DLNA wireless streaming of photos, videos and music
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Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions8.1 x 16.9 x 1.8 inches
Item model numberBDP-S570
Color NameBlack
Special Featuresnv: Dimensions (Approx.)^430 x 46 x 206mm | Weight (Approx.)^2.0kg | Analog-to-Digital Converter^192kHz/24bit | Inputs and Outputs^Analog Audio Output(s) - 2 Channel: 1 (Rear); Coaxial Audio Digital Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Composite Video Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Ethernet Connection(s) - 1 (Rear); HDMI Connection Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Optical Audio Output(s) - 1 (Rear); USB Port(s) - 2 (1 Rear/ 1 Front)
  
Additional Information
ASINB0036WS4D4
Best Sellers Rank #31,483 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableFebruary 10, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Dimensions (Approx.): 430 x 46 x 206mm
  • Weight (Approx.): 2.0kg
  • Analog-to-Digital Converter: 192kHz/24bit
  • Inputs and Outputs: Analog Audio Output(s) - 2 Channel: 1 (Rear); Coaxial Audio Digital Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Component Video (Y/Pb/Pr) Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Composite Video Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Ethernet Connection(s) - 1 (Rear); HDMI Connection Output(s) - 1 (Rear); Optical Audio Output(s) - 1 (Rear); USB Port(s) - 2 (1 Rear/ 1 Front)

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Begin enjoying Blu-ray 3D movies in Full HD 1080p or DVDs in near HD quality faster than ever with the Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray Disc Player. Wirelessly stream photos, videos and music or instantly access a wide variety of entertainment apps including: Netflix, , Pandora, Slacker, Picasa, YouTube and more.

Product Description

Begin enjoying Blu-ray 3D movies in Full HD 1080p or DVDs in near HD quality faster than ever with the Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray Disc Player. Wirelessly stream photos, videos and music or instantly access a wide variety of entertainment apps including: Netflix, , Pandora, Slacker, Picasa, YouTube and more.

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Customer Reviews

Very fast and easy to setup.
RLHenry
Initial internet setup was easy using the quick security setup (QSS) button on the wireless router for connection to the secured home network.
Sharps
You may get lucky and have a good one but I will never buy from a company that does not warranty their product.
Sony Wont stand behind Product

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442 of 466 people found the following review helpful By William J. Willis on March 18, 2010
The sony S570 is a great player. The fast load system is excellent and much faster than the older 300s models. The setup was easy (it walks you through each step) I use the wireless N router and the speeds are awesome. Seamless integration with our Netflix account and the ability to watch Youtube videos is a great addition to what the player can do. Great 1080p picture and good upconversion of dvds. Do not be afraid of this player. If you have a netflix account or would like to watch youtube videos on your TV- this is your player. Also on a side note- you have several other choices besides Netflix and youtube. You have Amazons video on demand service and several other free video services.
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129 of 134 people found the following review helpful By D. Yohn on April 27, 2010
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A week or so ago I replaced my Sony BDP-S300 Blu Ray Disk player with a new model, the BDP-S570. The S570 is one of Sony's newest players, and in the middle of their consumer line as far as model lineup. It was amazingly low priced at $249.

I decided to upgrade from the S300 for two main reasons. First, the load times on the S300 are excruciatingly slow, and second it cannot bitstream the newest audio codecs so I was forced to use its on-board decoder and analog output. With my new Emotiva prepro I wanted to reduce cable complexity and use HDMI only.

I started doing some research into the newest crop of BRD players and was convinced I would probably get the Oppo 83. But a few reviews on CNET and elsewhere said the S570 had "the fastest load times ever tested" and they ranked it as faster than and 83. It also has some of the new whiz-bang stuff like wifi, SACD compatibility, Netflix and Amazon streaming, Profile 2.0, 1Gb internal memory, HDMI 1.4 and 3D capability. So I looked up the Sony and found it was half the price of the Oppo, and decided to go for it. I figured that for $250 if I hated it I could send it back or pawn it off onto someone else.

Impressions of the Sony S570:
If you are an equipment snob like me and want your gear to feel substantial, like a quality device, this machine is NOT for you. I thought the box was empty when it arrived. The machine feels like it weights a few ounces (actually it weighs 2Kg or about 4 1/2 pounds.) Upon opening it, I was even more disappointed. this thing is super cheap feeling - you know how some plastic feels "good" and other plastic feels "cheap" and flimsy? This feels cheap.
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369 of 395 people found the following review helpful By SL on March 4, 2010
OK , got my S570 and tested everything I could. This is not a professional review since I'm not a pro.

-UNPACKING AND INSTALLING:

The box is very small, half the size of the 460 box. The player is also much smaller than the 460. The installation was a breeze because I basically removed my 460 and replaced it with the 570. I don't need the wireless, just hooket it to my Ethernet switch and set a fixed IP address like I do on any device I have.
The eject button on the player is almost impossible to find. Bring the remote.

The activation of both Netflix and Amazon can be a real pain and I had to register both again.

I changed the following settings from the default:
.Audio Mix to OFF
.Gracenote to AUTO
.Network settings to manual IP address.
.SACD to DSD
.IP Noise Reduction to zero

As soon as I turned the player on, a firmware update came up and its now version 315.

-BLURAY/DVD PICTURE QUALITY

Nothing new here. Bluray is great as it is with any other player and DVD is OK, nothing to brag about but decent. Professional reviews will give more info about cadence and other things, I spend my time watching movies not calibration disks.
Only thing new is the Gracenote that gives some info on the title but will interrupt playback and return the movie to start position.

-AMAZON/NETFLIX

If you know the 460, the interface is the same (very basic) but with an interesting difference on the audio side. With the 460 I can get DD 5.1 from Amazon and only get audio from Netflix if I set HDMI AUDIO to PCM. With the 570, all the streaming comes in PCM even if HDMI AUDIO is set to AUTO.
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377 of 409 people found the following review helpful By the-movie-guy on March 7, 2010
First, a little background. I purchased a Sony BDP-S300 (one of the early Sony BD players) three years ago to use with my home-theatre setup. It was always a great player, just a basic machine with no frills. Not a lot of advanced features, but it always had superb picture quality and it played anything you could put in it.

Anyway, in mid-2009 I started looking for a new BD machine to replace the aging S300. The S300 had wonderful picture quality, no doubt about it, but it was becoming troublesome with long waits for load times, sometimes taking up to five minutes to start playing a Java-enabled Blu-ray disc (from cold power-on to disc main menu). In the process of "auditioning" new machines, I tried out a Samsung BD-P1600 and a Sony BDP-N460, both of which were returned to the store for one reason or another.

Well, my good friends, it appears as though my long wait for a replacement for the S300 is over. I purchased a Sony BDP-S570 on Thursday, March 4th 2010, and I could not be happier with the results.

Now let me say that I am looking at players for playback quality alone. I am not interested in connecting the machine to the Internet -- which may put off some of you. I am only concerned with load times, wait times, picture quality, sound quality. All else for me is a moot point because I connect my television directly to my Windows XP Media Centre PC for things such as Netflix, Youtube, Pandora, etc. So this review and comments are only in regard to video playback of various discs on this machine.

Upon removing the BDP-S570 from its box, and connecting it to the television via HDMI, I loaded our first "test disc", the 2009 Java-heavy Paramount Blu-ray release of J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek". The disc loaded faster than you can say "Klingon".
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