Thursday, January 20, 2011

Best Sony Blu-Ray Player Under $150

I recently purchased a Sony Blu-Ray Player and I am in love. Remember when DVD and DVD players first came out? Remember the excitement that surrounded DVDs and the far superior quality of viewing movies? Well this Sony Blu-Ray Player Model #BDP-BX37 does more than just play DVDs and Blu-Ray Discs. It is entertainment for the entire family right in your living room.

Here are the reasons why I fell in love with this Sony Blu-Ray Player. First of all its a Blu-Ray Player! Blu-Ray Players are the new "it" thing to have in your living room besides a 3D Television set. I can't remember the last time I saw an advertisement for movies being released on VHS. So if you are still watching movies on VHS it is definitely time to upgrade. You should skip getting a DVD player as well because with a Sony Blu-Ray Player you can also watch DVDs. Yes DVDs still function on a Sony Blu-Ray Player, it might even look better on your TV with a Sony Blu-Ray Player.

The other reason I love this Sony Blu-Ray Player is because of its ability to let its users watch content from the Internet. There are plenty of streaming options preloaded with this gizmo as well. If you have a Netflix account you can watch shows and movies right through your Sony Blu-Ray Player. All you need to do is create an account Sony Style's website so you can link your Netflix account with your Sony Blu-Ray Player. Once this is done you can stream endless hours of movies and television shows right through your Sony Blu-Ray Player. But wait, there is even more!

You can listen to Pandora radio through your Sony Blu-Ray Player as well. Put in your Pandora account information and you are set. Now your Sony Blu-Ray Player just became the media hub for you. Want to play music, but don't want to be too cheesy? Then linking your Pandora account to your Sony Blu Ray Player is a great option. Your guest can enjoy the music and they can view the information of the artist right on the TV screen. There are tons of other apps for other sources of entertainment on the Internet, such as Crackle, Youtube, Epicurious and much more. If you want to watch the latest movie without paying your cable provided, or you just don't feel like driving out to the nearest movie rental store then Amazon On Demand will let you rent movies straight through your Sony Blu-Ray Player. It takes just minutes to setup and you can watch movies right away.

My only issue with this Sony Blu-Ray Player is that it does not come with a built-in Wifi adapter. It is optional and can be purchased however it is not worth the price. I have mine hooked up right into my cable modem and I don't have to worry about spending the extra cash on the wifi adapter. There are newer models of Sony Blu-Ray Players that come with Wifi built-in, but if you don't need it then I would definitely recommend that you skip it.

Do you have a Blu-Ray Player? What do you think of your Blu-Ray Player?

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