Thursday, August 4, 2011

How to Buy a Blu-ray Player

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Blu-ray Basics: Picking the Right Player; Stick With the
Cheap Cables; Get the Best HDTV, Too
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IN THIS ISSUE:

* Blu-ray Basics: Picking the Right Player

* Stick With the Cheap Cables

* Get the Best HDTV, Too

* Review: LG BD690

* Review: Samsung BD-D5700

* Review: Toshiba BDX5200


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Blu-ray Basics: Picking the Right Player

With top-notch performance, robust Web features, and finally
affordable prices, it's time to upgrade to to a Blu-ray
Player. Here's how to choose the right one.

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Stick With the Cheap Cables

For the vast majority of HDTV owners, a $5 HDMI cable will
provide the same performance as a $100 one. Find out why.

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Get the Best HDTV, Too

A Blu-ray player's no good without a top-notch TV. For a
long time, it was tough to call, but today's rapidly
evolving technologies have made it easier to crown a
winner in the display wars. Plasma, LCD, or LED? We make
the call.

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Review: LG BD690

The LG BD690 is a full-featured Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi,
3D support, and a built-in 250GB hard drive, but at $350
it's just too expensive.

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Review: Samsung BD-D5700

With good speeds, solid performance, integrated Wi-Fi, a
wide array of Web services and apps, and a less-than-$200
price, the Samsung BD-D5700 stands out as the best budget
Blu-ray player we've tested.

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Review: Toshiba BDX5200

It's not perfect, but a robust feature set, fast performance,
and a reasonable price tag make the Toshiba BDX5200 one of
the better under-$200 Blu-ray players you can buy.

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