|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 16.9 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||BDP-S570|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
|Special Features||nv: 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)|
Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (2010 Model)
- 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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|Connectivity Technology||—||Built-in Wi-Fi||—||—||ethernet, usb, hdmi||ethernet, usb, wi-fi_ready|
|Built-In Media||—||remote, batteries, instruction manual, warranty card||remote control, batteries, registration card, manual, warranty||remote, batteries, instruction manual, warranty card||Samsung Bd-J5100 Blu-Ray Player, Remote Control With Battery, User Manual||—|
|Item Dimensions||16.92 x 8.11 x 1.81 in||10.9 x 13.7 x 2.6 in||11.5 x 10.83 x 2.76 in||10.75 x 10.56 x 2.68 in||8.7 x 11.4 x 1.6 in||10.83 x 10.63 x 2.76 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||—||3.09 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.4 lbs||2.98 lbs|
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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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.See all Product description
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Being a netflix subscriber I was looking forward to this feature as well. Again disappointment. It looks so terrible and plays so badly. Plus you need to pick everything from your pc then go out to the tv and find what you just licked in your instant que. Kind of awkward.
Finally being sick of not really being able to use this player as intended I put it in the bedroom where I don't really need a BD player, and purchased the LG BD-590. What a whole different world. I knew the Sony wasn't really great, but after getting the the BD-590 I finally realized just how bad the Sony really is. The LG player turned out to be exactly what I had always hoped the Sony would be and really felt ripped off by Sony. How can such a huge company with so many resources at its disposal put out such an inferior product? I truly wish I had never purchased this player and had just purchased the LG BD-590 to begin with.
My rating leans towards the way the player works after setup, but I can't give it a full five stars. The following comments focus on the networking difficulties and the customer support I received.
BUT SEE UPDATE3, below (23 December 2010).
Other reviewers have mentioned networking difficulties and I need to add that my experience shows that Sony has a problem here, at least in the ability to do firmware updates over the Internet. That simply DID NOT WORK for me. It failed at either the "4/9" or the "5/9" stage -- repeatedly. That means it got about half way through before failing, so I obviously have a working Internet connection. My router is pretty mainstream, D-Link DIR-655 Extreme N Gigabit Wireless Router, and has not given me problems with any other device, wired or wireless. For this player I am using a wired connection and NOT using wireless. Most of the other reviews mentioning networking problems state that the difficulty is with wireless, but I think it is more fundamental than that. SONY HAS A PROBLEM HERE!
SONY'S TELEPHONE SUPPORT:
The support rep did not seem to understand the above and insisted on taking me through a diagnostic path checking to see if I had an Internet connection (IP address, etc.). Eventually he gave up on me telling me that the problem was either my router's or my ISP's and he couldn't help me. He didn't tell me the firmware could be updated from disk until I asked about alternative upgrade methods. Even then, he offered to send me a disk (two weeks wait) without telling me the firmware could be downloaded from a Sony web site and burned to CD for installation. MY INTERACTION WITH SONY TELEPHONE SUPPORT WAS A COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME!
I downloaded the firmware from Sony's web site, burned it to a CD and installed from there. That went well. Note that there was a minor complication in that my original firmware was so old it did not support upgrade to the latest. The upgrade had to be done in two steps. This is explained reasonably well on Sony's web site and went OK. I noticed that the second update (to the latest firmware) advertised that it "Improves router connectivity". So perhaps my NEXT firmware update will work over the Internet. Since I am now at the latest firmware level, I can't check that out. When I finally do get the disk from Sony, I wonder if it will have BOTH the firmware versions I needed or just the latest. I wouldn't bet either way on it!
UPDATE1: Sony gets bonus points for sending the update quickly -- three days, but loses them and more for not sending both required updates!
UPDATE2: A new firmware level became available, but the online update still failed. It did get further along in the process though. It failed at step 7 of 9 instead of step 5. A CD update worked.
UPDATE3: Another firmware version just became available. The online update worked fine so I presume the previous update solved whatever problem was blocking this in earlier firmware. Or perhaps things are somewhat intermittent and I got lucky. Something has improved though, since, as noted above, the update initially failed with quite a few repeated retries and this latest update worked first time.
MORE ON SONY'S TELEPHONE SUPPORT:
The support rep should have known (or admitted) there was an acknowledged problem with connectivity and that there was a fix available from Sony. He should have offered a disk-based upgrade and mentioned the download possibility shortly after we got into discussing this. Even if that doesn't eventually solve the problem, there is no point in further debugging until that fix is applied.
OK, rant over!
Remember, if you have a similar problem, go for the disk-based upgrade right away. It is very simple to do. If you don't feel comfortable burning a CD, the support web pages do tell you how to order disks from SONY.
The firmware comes from the web page as a zip file. Do not burn that to the CD but instead unzip it and burn the resulting individual files. This is NOT explained in Sony's instructions -- or maybe I missed it.
The support page makes you choose an operating system before you download but the entire process has nothing to do with the operating system you use to do the download. If the instructions held you by the hand through the process of doing the download and burning the CD maybe there would be some operating system differences to note, but they don't do that. Basically they say "download" and "burn" with no details -- not even telling you to unzip the file.
This tip is completely unrelated to any of the above. The manual tells you the codes that can be entered into the remote for controlling different brands of TV (page 36) but I could NOT find any instructions saying HOW to enter the codes. Well, I figured it out. The very first thing I tried worked! What you do is PRESS AND HOLD the TV power button (the smaller green button) and type in the two digit code while holding the button down. This worked for my Panasonic TV.