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Amaz0n $95.39 https://www.amazon.com/Sony-BDPS6500-Upscaling-Blu-ray-Player/dp/B00X6AGWRQ 
WaImart $109.00 https://www.walmart.com/ip/45160594 
BestBuy $179.99 http://www.bestbuy.com/site/sony-bdps6500-streaming-4k-upscaling... 

Enjoy over 300 streaming entertainment services, including Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus and more. Upscale your favorite Blu-rays, DVDs and photos to near-4K quality and get stunning resolution thanks to TRILUMINO technology, making your favorite 3D Blu-ray movies look better than ever. You can even bring your mobile media to the big screen with Miracast screen mirroring or play select PS3 games with PlayStationNow — no game console required.

Sony 4K WiFi Blu-ray Disc Player:

    -300+ Streaming Apps: Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video and more
    -Upscale Blu-ray movies, DVDs and photos to near-4K quality
    -Mirror your Android-compatible mobile device's screen on your TV with Miracast technology
    -PlayStation Now
    -Upscale your DVDs to near-HD quality or even play your CDs
    -TRILUMINOS display technology
    -WiFi module provides excellent stability and speed for improved streaming performance
    -Easy access to apps and functions with a customizable User Interface
    -Control and browse from mobile devices with TV SideView
    -Quick Start/Load to watch movies faster than ever
    -Enjoy music, photos and video via front USB slot
    -Experience HD sound with Dolby TrueHD and DTS-Master Audio
    -Browse the Internet on your TV with the built-in web browser

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Good to see "near-4K quality" DVD player pricing drop below $100, but I still consider it a bit early to upgrade. For those with upscaling 4k smart TVs, most if not all of the features already exist, sub $50 Blu-ray players should be MORE than good enough.

title is a bit misleading. Cheapest real 4K player is the xbox One S at $299.

Title should include "upscaling"

Don't all 4K TV's upscale from 1080p ?

Here's a real 4K Blu ray Player (refurb) at a good price:


I recently bought a new Sony 55" 4K TV.

What I failed to realize, is that my Onkyo receiver is only 1080p output.

My Blurays did not look as good as they used to and my Bluray player was only 1080p. I bought this player (used off eBay for $49) and connected directly to my TV. The upscaling is great and the load time of Avatar was like - 10 seconds. This is way faster than my old Bluray player and it upscales to 4K with ease. My audio is now all over optical toslink and to my ears - I don't hear much of a difference.

blueribb said:   Title should include "upscaling"

Don't all 4K TV's upscale from 1080p ?

Here's a real 4K Blu ray Player (refurb) at a good price:


4K TVs run at different resolutions based on the output of the source device. It does not automatically upscale to 4K. For instance - Netflix shows that are not 4K are shown in 1080p resolution on the TV.

Also - the link you posted is $200 for a refurb. At that price, you're better off picking up a PS4 Pro or Xbox S for the best bang-for-your-buck 4K UHD Bluray player with upscaling, gaming, and media device.

Title must include UPSCALING!!

Otherwise, dead deal imo because 4k tv all upscale from 2k, and you really need a true 4K uhd bluray player to play true 4K uhd hdr atmos bluray discs.

$20-30 bluray player is all you'll need otherwise if not playing 4k bluray discs.

Totally misleading title. This is a 4K UPSCALING player. It just upscales 1080p to "near 4K" (whatever that means)

It is NOT a 4K player!!

It is just a regular cheapo Blu-ray player with upscaling tech built in. Since every 4K TV already has this capability, I don't see why you would want to duplicate (and pay extra for) this functionality in the Blu-ray player.

I beg the differ - as stated earlier - my Onkyo receiver has 1080p output. The content was grainy. I bought this player and it is night/day difference in quality when connected directly to the TV over my old Bluray player.

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