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PCWorld put six popular Blu-ray players through their paces. We compared them on image quality and Internet options to help you find the best match for your home theater.
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We tested ten of the latest Blu-ray players, including several cheapies and a few pricey units. Though you can get a good to great high-definition picture from any of them, we identified a few standout models.
The inexpensive Insignia NS-2BRDVD Blu-ray player offers terrific high-def visuals and an excellent design--but it handles DVD upconversion poorly.
The Sharp Aquos BD-HP50U Blu-ray player is slow, overpriced, and clumsy to use.
The Panasonic DMP-BD55K costs a bundle, but it delivers top-grade image quality for the price.
The Sony BDP-S350 is an exceptionally good Blu-ray player that packs in the most important features and delivers pleasing images.
The inexpensive Sherwood BDP-5003 lacks advanced features, but it produces passable images.
The LG BD300 has all the features you'd want in a Blu-ray player, but the images it produces aren't as good as they should be.
The Samsung BD-P2500 outputs terrific images, but it's expensive and has a few shortcomings.