|Number Of Items||1|
|Web Browser Included||Yes|
|Power Source||Mains Power|
|Battery cell composition||Alkaline|
|Device Type||Blu-ray Player|
|Memory Card Slot||FLAC^WAV|
|Product Dimensions||19.2 x 25.5 x 3.9 cm; 900 Grams|
|Item Weight||900 g|
|Item Model Number||BDPS6700B.CEK|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||14 August 2020|
Sony BDP-S6700 Blu-Ray DVD Player with Wireless Multiroom, Super Wi-Fi, 3D, Screen Mirroring and 4K Upscaling (2016 Model) - Black (International Version)
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|Item weight||0.9 Kilograms|
About this item
- Wireless entertainment: Enjoy your favourite tunes and movies wirelessly thanks to wireless multi-room and Bluetooth
- Enhanced pictures: Upscale Blu-ray movies, DVDs and photos to near 4K quality
- Access over 300 online apps for catch-up TV like BBCiPlayer or Channel 5 and VoD like Netflix and many more
- Enjoy PlayStation3 games streamed via the cloud without a console with PlayStation Now, giving more people the opportunity to experience the world of PlayStation
- Dual Core processer for a faster and smoother operation.Power Consumption :12 W
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Sony BDP-S6700 Blu-Ray DVD Player with Wireless Multiroom, Super Wi-Fi, 3D, Screen Mirroring and 4K Upscaling (2016 Model) - Black.
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I opted for this player based on my long experience with other Sony electronics, and frankly not wishing to splash out on a far more expensive bells and whistles player. My ancient Panasonic player, which still gives a good picture, was showing its age by the length of time it took to read the data on a BD before it would play, and this was getting on my nerves. This little Sony has more than met my needs in this respect and the quality of the image it puts out betters the Panasonic. Build quality is a bit utilitarian and the disc draw is not that refined, but the unit as a whole is serviceable and I guess I'd have had to fork out much to see a noticeable improvement in my modest set up.
The only glitch I encountered when setting it up was when inputting my router password. I kept getting a failed to connect message, but I did notice that when inputting the password it flashed up the underscore when I was inputting a hyphen. I then switched to "show the password" as I typed, and then, oddly, I did get hyphens showing and not underscores. Why this should be so, I don't know, but with the correct password now showing the Sony connected to the wifi. Wifi is useful when playing CD's as the Sony automatically connects to Gracenote to pull music information, and it only takes a second or two at the most.
I think that this is a great little player for the money and it seems Sony has majored on the main thing: the electronics, even if it has been necessary to shave off the cost of the case. It does an excellent job of upscaling DVD's, but it is region coded and will not play my NTSC discs, BD or DVD. The remote is smaller than most but being somewhat chunky and with functions clearly marked I find it a joy to use. All in all, a great little player and well priced.
Up scales DVD`s very well partially ones produced in the last 10 years.
Has a very good sound output with clear separation on T.V.
Very good still picture performance.
Can connect to internet either wired or wireless.
Can upscale to 4K if you have the television.
This means a 1085 Blu Ray will be increased to 1440 lines.
Fussy with some Blu Ray discs one froze on me but did eject.
Not for the heavy handed! Load tray is very flimsy please `LOAD WITH CARE`.
Does not appear to have a resume feature if you watch just part of a film.
No zoom feature although pass 2X you degrade the picture.
Laser a little noisy while playing.
Most of the money has gone into to making the best picture and sound possible and best for older DVD`s so
very helpful for film collectors.
Please use `version 2` HDMI leads on these newer machines older leads can cause connection problems.
My previous machine was a BPDS 7200 once the laser goes I found I could not eject the disc so stripping it down is `VERY` differ cult making it a bin job as plastic case breaks but you can eventually save your disc.
On the plus side, the unit is easy to set-up, handling BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube with aplomb over a wireless connection. The unit can be hardwired via ethernet port if required. BluRay played well and DVD upscale nicely. Sound could be a little harsh. The only problem encountered is that the Sony is advertised as having Bluetooth connect-ability. However, this is send only, NOT receive.
Sony’s website says:
‘This player does not connect to other Source devices like smartphone, tablet or computer with Bluetooth.
This player mainly operates Bluetooth Tx (Transmitter). NOTE: Headphones and speakers mainly operates Bluetooth Rx (Receiver)
In other words, the Bluetooth compatibility offered is not what might be expected by many potential buyers. Yes, it will send to Bluetooth headphones, but NOT receive over Bluetooth from any device. If Sony were to add mirroring, AirPlay/ Miracast functionality, then this would be a better product.
The only downside and it is just me being picky (OCD) is that, for it's size it could be a little heavier. Removing disks, no problem, placing disks in the tray, no problem. But, if you close the tray using your finger, just as you would on a tower PC, PlayStation or any other disk machine, then you have a problem.
The player is so light that even the soft push of your finger moves the player. So to fix this you need to do one of two things. Either you use the button on the controller or use an anti-slip matt. I purchased some black anti-slip matt on eBay. eBay being the best value by far at £3.40 for a length at 1.20m x 30cm which is enough for all my devices as mentioned previously and those I did not mention. I even had enough left over to use in my car on the dashboard to stop my mobile, house keys and wallet falling off. Why the matt? I always forget to take the remote with me when changing disks.