- Brand Name: Sony
- Model Number: BDPS590
- Color: Black
- Item Display Weight: 4.41 pounds
Sony BDP-S590 3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Wi-Fi (Black) (2012 Model)
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- 3D Blu-ray Disc Player with Full HD 1080p playback
- Built-in Wi-Fi, Digital Audio Output(s): 1 Optical (Rear), 1 Coaxial (Rear)
- AVCHD, GIF, JPEG, MP3, MPEG-4, MPEG1, MPEG2, PNG; Media Remote app for iPhone/iPad & Android phones
- Region: Blu-ray: A, DVD: 1, 60Hz
- Power requirement: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
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From the Manufacturer
Enjoy Full HD 1080p Blu-ray Disc playback1 and your favorites from Netflix,
Youtube, Pandora, Hulu Plus and more2 with the Sony BDP-S590
Blu-ray Disc Player. Wirelessly stream movies, TV shows, music
and more, even in 3D1 for an ultimate movie watching experience.
|Wonderfully Wi-Fi.||Streaming Entertainment.||Deeper Clarity.|
Integrated Wi-Fi on your Blu-ray eliminates extra cables and connects effortlessly to your home network so you can get online faster and start streaming your favorite entertainment right away.
Built-in Wi-Fi and the incredible Sony Entertainment Network allow you to instantly stream an astonishing array of entertainment options, from movies and videos to TV shows and music from your favorite content providers.
Pair your Blu-ray player with a compatible 3D HDTV to enjoy the next level of entertainment. Full 1080p HD jumps to life like never before in stunning 3D so real that you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of the action.
incredible entertainment quality. Explore the full range of features and options below.
|Built-in Wi-Fi |
With built-in Wi-Fi, you can easily connect to the Internet through your home's wireless broadband network.
Sony Entertainment Network
With the Sony Entertainment Network, you can instantly stream a wide variety of online movies, videos, TV shows, and music from Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, Hulu Plus and more.2
Make movies more stunning
Enjoy 3D Blu-ray Disc movies in Full HD 1080p and upscale the visual quality of DVDs to near HD quality. In addtion, the 2D to 3D conversion feature allows your DVDs or Blu-ray Disc movies to be automatically converted into 3D for playback on your 3D TV.1
Sony Media Remote App
With the free Sony Media RemoteTM app enjoy a full Qwerty keyboard and movie information search capabilities on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android phone or Sony Tablet.3
|Multi-room music with |
Party Streaming Mode
With the Sony BDP-S590, you can wirelessly stream music throughout the home to Sony Wireless Network speakers.4
Quick Start/Quick Load
The BDP-S590 allows you to enjoy your movies within seconds with the Quick Start/Quick Load feature.
Life, easily shared
Bring your favorite videos, photos and music to your TV with dual USB inputs.6
The Socialize feature allows you to "Socialize" what you watch over Facebook and Twitter while you watch TV.
|Easy Access |
Using DLNA you can wirelessly access music, videos and photos from your PC or other compatible Android device and stream them to your Blu-ray Disc Player.6
Throw your music and photos
Photos and music from your Sony Tablet or other compatible Android device can be "thrown" directly to the BDPS-590 for enjoyment on your TV.7
Sound you can feel
Experience the highest sound quality with Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD codecs which reproduce high-definition sound with 7.1 channels of discrete audio for uncompromised quality.8
Learn more about your movies
Get detailed movie information and search across Internet apps, including YouTube and Video Unlimited for related entertainment with Gracenote.
|BDP-S185 ||BDP-S390 ||BDP-S590 ||BDP-S790 ||SMPN-200 |
1. Requires 3D content, 1080p 3D HDTV, 3D glasses, 3D emitter, and HDMI cable (at least 10.2 Gbps).
2. Broadband speed of at least 2.5 Mbps recommended (10 Mbps for HD). Content subject to change and may require fees. Wireless connectivity requires an 802.11 home network (802.11n recommended).
3. Applications must be downloaded from the iTunes or Android application store. Check Android market from your device for compatibility. Requires devices connected to the same wireless home network.
4. Requires Sony HomeShare compatible products and a home network. HomeShare NetWork speakers are sold separately.
5. Requires a home network with content stored on a DLNA compliant PC or server, and HomeShare network speaker, dock, or Blu-ray Disc player or home theater system. See dlna.org for compatibility.
6. Not all USB devices are supported. Please check Owner's Manual for compatibility.
7. Requires devices connected to the same wireless home network.
8. Requires HDMI cable and LPCM capable receiver.
Top Customer Reviews
This isn't a super in depth review, but will give you more info that most will in a fairly brief summary:
First off, I am a Sony TV guy who bought TWO Panasonic Blu-Ray players last year due to their seeming superiority(reviews, pro and online stores).
First step for any modern electronic device, update your firmware. My initial update took over 5 minutes. I also recommend registering at internet.sony.tv as in the past some Sony products won't connect to certain services until you do. I connected to AmazonVideo on Demand and Netflix, BEFORE I registered it, so they may have responded to complaints and dropped the requirement, but incase there is a service that require it get it out of the way, it only takes a minute if you have a Sony account already
Netflix app(they upgraded! Sony fans rejoice!):
One glaring fault with (past/pre-2012?) Sony visual products is their Netflix app, as for years Sony decided to have a proprietary interface, and if you have researched it, a LOT of people had Netflix streaming issues. I guess Sony finally took note, as the new interface is like a across between the Wii interface and the Panasonic interface, as in it looks like you avgerage Netflix app now. I watched the Norwegian film TrollHunters, and it took about 15-20 seconds to load the movie, 10 seconds for the Netflix stream to stabilize to the bandwidth( this is mostly on Netflix's end I believe), with the unit 10 feet from my router. For the entire movie, it never reloaded or refreshed, or froze, and was in 1080 with 5.1 sound. I also paused the movie and rewound several times with no reload or delay. Truly the smoothest Netflix experience I have had yet on any of my devices.Read more ›
I also tested the player with a DNLA server. Sony seem to recommend Serviio (free) so I think they must test the DLNA features of the player with this software. I tested photos, music and video and everything played back perfectly.
Anyway, a great streamer/disk player. Highly recommended !!
** update **
Had a need to play a Disney BD disk on this player the other day. A comment here suggests that Disney BDs won't play. Complete nonsense. They playback perfectly.
** Update (8/27/12) **
Sony added support for watch lists with the amazon Vod app.
Cinema NOW is now supported.
Out of the box the player is a bit plasticy. (Is that a word?) Yes it feels a little cheap, but on the upside it is light and matches my other equipment. I don't need a Blu-ray player that is built like a tank. After all, it is just going to sit there on my media shelf playing movies. I don't get why people complain about it. Do they take their players mountain biking with them? So yes, the case is plastic, but I could not care less. One important note, an HDMI cable is not included with the unit, so be sure to have one if you want an HDMI connection.
I plugged in the player via HDMI and turned it on. First thing I established a wireless connection so I could update firmware. My router, in the next room, was seen immediately, along with routers from neighbors. I entered my password and was connected. Next, I updated the firmware. That took less than five minutes to do. Amazon Prime connectivity was next, then Netflix. No issues at all. I then decided to stream an Amazon Prime movie, Mission Impossible 3, as it is hi-def and I wanted to see what performance was like. The movie started up within 30 seconds, I saw I was getting between 8.4 and 10.2 megabits per second. The picture was clear and smooth. Over the weekend we streamed from Amazon Prime and Netflix and were very happy with the speed of connection and quality of video and sound.Read more ›
First, based on my great experience with my LG player, I ordered the LG BD670. I liked the interface, liked how it played blu-rays, loved that I could search Netflix from the blu-ray player itself (the old player would only let you view your queue and a few of the specific categories that it chose, you had to go to another device if you wanted to search or even browse beyond that) and I loved Amazon streaming. But it did not play Netflix well: during the course of pretty much anything I'd try to watch, whether it was a 2+ hours movie or a twenty minute tv episode, it would lose the sound and have stuttering picture for anywhere between a few seconds to several minutes. After less than two weeks I contacted Amazon and sent it back. I put my old blu-ray player back and it worked with no problems, for Netflix and blu-rays both.
Then, based on glowing reviews, I tried the Panasonic DMP-BDT220. Initially it seemed great. I liked it even more than the LG. Then it started having connection issues. Actually, it started having connection issues the first day, but I didn't realize right away that it was going to be a *constant* problem. There was not one day that it did not lose the internet connection.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it a few years ago and it's still working perfectly. Very satisfied with my order!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the fourth Sony product that I have bought in the last five years to fail miserably. My experience has been that they initially perform well and then they become bricked. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barry A. Hudson
Sony is the real deal! It makes these things to last. I bought this exact 3d blu ray player at a pawn store. It worked perfectly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William