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$99.00 bluray player at walmart

Was at the store just now and picked up a magnavox bluray player for 98 bucks and an extra 5 bucks for 1 year warranty thought you guys should know.... Sorry if spelling errors posting from phone.

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I give you a week before you have to return it. Ive seen unloaders throw flat screens and electronics like nothing on the line. Nothing like hearing a big screen come slamming down on the line along with other items.

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only BD profile 1.1 though and I didn't see anything about a internet connection. Insignia has a new player coming with profile 2.0 and wifi that I can get for $150.


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only BD profile 1.1 though and I didn't see anything about a internet connection. Insignia has a new player coming with profile 2.0 and wifi that I can get for $150.
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Was at the store just now and picked up a magnavox bluray player for 98 bucks and an extra 5 bucks for 1 year warranty thought you guys should know.... Sorry if spelling errors posting from phone.
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I give you a week before you have to return it. Ive seen unloaders throw flat screens and electronics like nothing on the line. Nothing like hearing a big screen come slamming down on the line along with other items.
We saw them about a month ago for that price and bought on for my father in law for his 50th birthday, and one for ourselves. They still work perfect, and for 100 bucks, that's a steal.

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im behind on technology....what can you do with wifi on a bluray player?

X2, your answer might get me interested in this flying blueray player
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i've never used any feature requiring the updates or internet on my blu-ray player... the extras aren't that fun/useful... i watch the movie in a better resolution, that's it...

the $99 will be a perfect unit for the bedroom as it'll be a casual player and for watching the movie, not playing harry potter games online with some douche in who-knows-where

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Blu-ray is still a new technology and as such manufacturers are constantly upgrading the firmware of the products. These updates include fixes to correct issues with playing blu-ray disks, software updates to correct problems with player functions, audio problems, video problems, lip sync issues, new formats, etc. With the Magnavox there is no NIC card or WiFi to update the firmware. Some older models you could burn the firmware update to a cd/dvd and update, but apparently there is no way to update the firmware period with the Magnavox player. So if you buy a BD with some annoying problems that should be fixed or won't play certain BD's, your out of luck on fixing it.

Many players now offer BDLive with 2.0 players, Netflix on demand, Amazon on demand, Cinema Now, Pandora, Picasso, network connectivity so you can stream audio/video from your pc etc, etc. Each manufacturer of the players offer a different combination of features. So you would also be missing out on any of these functions without an internet capable model.

Not to mention you won't have the inputs/outputs you may need to utilize lossless audio if your reciever doesn't have HDMI inputs. Most new 2nd tier BD models now offer 7.1 analog outputs to hookup to your older receivers that do not have HDMI inputs, which let you take advanatage of the new lossless audio BD's offer. Trust me, it's a big difference

For a bedroom or kid's room this model might be fine, but what's the point of a BD player on a small tv where you won't really notice the difference in picture or sound. The better pic and sound is the whole point of a BD player.

Another thing to think about is not all BD players upscale DVDs to 1080P the same. If DVDs are a concern, and your TV or receiver doesn't have a good upscaler, then you'll need a BD player with a good upscaler chip in it.

It really all boils down to what features you need or want because you're going to get what you pay for with a BD player.

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For a bedroom or kid's room this model might be fine, but what's the point of a BD player on a small tv where you won't really notice the difference in picture or sound. The better pic and sound is the whole point of a BD player.
uh... the fact that when we buy a new dvd, we buy the blu-ray, not the DVD... so if i want to play it in the other room, i need a player there...

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Blu-ray is still a new technology and as such manufacturers are constantly upgrading the firmware of the products. These updates include fixes to correct issues with playing blu-ray disks, software updates to correct problems with player functions, audio problems, video problems, lip sync issues, new formats, etc. With the Magnavox there is no NIC card or WiFi to update the firmware. Some older models you could burn the firmware update to a cd/dvd and update, but apparently there is no way to update the firmware period with the Magnavox player. So if you buy a BD with some annoying problems that should be fixed or won't play certain BD's, your out of luck on fixing it.

Many players now offer BDLive with 2.0 players, Netflix on demand, Amazon on demand, Cinema Now, Pandora, Picasso, network connectivity so you can stream audio/video from your pc etc, etc. Each manufacturer of the players offer a different combination of features. So you would also be missing out on any of these functions without an internet capable model.

Not to mention you won't have the inputs/outputs you may need to utilize lossless audio if your reciever doesn't have HDMI inputs. Most new 2nd tier BD models now offer 7.1 analog outputs to hookup to your older receivers that do not have HDMI inputs, which let you take advanatage of the new lossless audio BD's offer. Trust me, it's a big difference

For a bedroom or kid's room this model might be fine, but what's the point of a BD player on a small tv where you won't really notice the difference in picture or sound. The better pic and sound is the whole point of a BD player.

Another thing to think about is not all BD players upscale DVDs to 1080P the same. If DVDs are a concern, and your TV or receiver doesn't have a good upscaler, then you'll need a BD player with a good upscaler chip in it.

It really all boils down to what features you need or want because you're going to get what you pay for with a BD player.
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Lol do you really think anyone buying a $99 bluray player cares about lossless audio?

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Blu-ray is still a new technology and as such manufacturers are constantly upgrading the firmware of the products. These updates include fixes to correct issues with playing blu-ray disks, software updates to correct problems with player functions, audio problems, video problems, lip sync issues, new formats, etc. With the Magnavox there is no NIC card or WiFi to update the firmware. Some older models you could burn the firmware update to a cd/dvd and update, but apparently there is no way to update the firmware period with the Magnavox player. So if you buy a BD with some annoying problems that should be fixed or won't play certain BD's, your out of luck on fixing it.

Many players now offer BDLive with 2.0 players, Netflix on demand, Amazon on demand, Cinema Now, Pandora, Picasso, network connectivity so you can stream audio/video from your pc etc, etc. Each manufacturer of the players offer a different combination of features. So you would also be missing out on any of these functions without an internet capable model.

Not to mention you won't have the inputs/outputs you may need to utilize lossless audio if your reciever doesn't have HDMI inputs. Most new 2nd tier BD models now offer 7.1 analog outputs to hookup to your older receivers that do not have HDMI inputs, which let you take advanatage of the new lossless audio BD's offer. Trust me, it's a big difference

For a bedroom or kid's room this model might be fine, but what's the point of a BD player on a small tv where you won't really notice the difference in picture or sound. The better pic and sound is the whole point of a BD player.

Another thing to think about is not all BD players upscale DVDs to 1080P the same. If DVDs are a concern, and your TV or receiver doesn't have a good upscaler, then you'll need a BD player with a good upscaler chip in it.

It really all boils down to what features you need or want because you're going to get what you pay for with a BD player.



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By this Christmas a $100 player will be commonplace. If not by this time next year for sure. Let's face it, Blu-ray sales aren't exactly setting the world on fire.
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By this Christmas a $100 player will be commonplace. If not by this time next year for sure. Let's face it, Blu-ray sales aren't exactly setting the world on fire.
I refuse to pay $30+ for a blue ray dvd after investing $200+ in a player, when like you said this xmas or next they will be down to or below $100.Then maybe I will buy one. But I def wont be buying any Blue ray dvd's untill the price drops on those as well..

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uh... the fact that when we buy a new dvd, we buy the blu-ray, not the DVD... so if i want to play it in the other room, i need a player there...
From the sounds of this thread, the people here aren't buying one for a secondary setup, but to simply get into the BD tech... This is why I provided the info. I did...

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Lol do you really think anyone buying a $99 bluray player cares about lossless audio?
Considering 1080P output and Lossless audio are the two main advantages BDs provide over DVD, they should... I just don't think people should be running out buying BD players when they don't understand the advantages or have the system to take advantage of their benefits...it's a waste of money. They should wait until BDs and BD players go down and they have a theater system to take advantage of them...

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Considering 1080P output and Lossless audio are the two main advantages BDs provide over DVD, they should... I just don't think people should be running out buying BD players when they don't understand the advantages or have the system to take advantage of their benefits...it's a waste of money. They should wait until BDs and BD players go down and they have a theater system to take advantage of them...
I wrote this review of my cheap Wal-Mart Bluray player a year ago. This same player or a derivative of it is what's selling now for $98. https://www.dfwstangs.net/forums/showthread.php?t=366968

The player video and audio quality is excellent. It's a profile 1.1, but it plays everything just fine. I don't care about all the extra frills.

I have it plugged in via HDMI 1.3 to my Onkyo receiver (with built in DTS-MA & DoblyTrueHD decoders) and the PQ & HD audio is fantastic. I have made several Bluray movie reviews in the Movie forums.

These so-called cheap machines are made by Funai. Funai makes products for Insignia, Emerson, Sylvania, Magnavox, etc. Funai even makes high end DVD players for Denon.

What makes it cheap is simply because it's produced in high volume, it's not Profile 2.0, and it doesn't have multichannel analog out.

These are all great players. They do have slow loading times, but firmware updates improve this on some models. Don't let the price tag make you feel you are getting a piece of junk.

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the $99 will be a perfect unit for the bedroom as it'll be a casual player and for watching the movie, not playing harry potter games online with some douche in who-knows-where
that's actually what I was then thinking about picking one up for. if you have one for one room then you need it for each if you start buying blu-ray movies.


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By this Christmas a $100 player will be commonplace. If not by this time next year for sure. Let's face it, Blu-ray sales aren't exactly setting the world on fire.

I see more blu-ray movies (new releases) sold at my store than dvd.


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I refuse to pay $30+ for a blue ray dvd after investing $200+ in a player, when like you said this xmas or next they will be down to or below $100.Then maybe I will buy one. But I def wont be buying any Blue ray dvd's untill the price drops on those as well..

blu-ray movies are down to $10.


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$10 for crappy old no-name movies... but decent non-new releases can be had for $15-20ish and new releases are usually $22-28 depending on how "special" the edition is...

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blu-ray movies are down to $10.
old releases, not new releases. they are still $30 at places like best buy.

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Thats one of the problems with blu-ray - the movies are priced high, when for most people a dvd works just fine, especially in an upconverting player. There are very, very few, if any, movies that i'm willing to shell out $25-30 for. And I suppose that renting them costs more as well (?). I dunno since I haven't been renting any.
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old releases, not new releases. they are still $30 at places like best buy.
have you not noticed the helping of $12.99 bluray movies this week at best buy? (I am best buy) have yet to see a new $30 release. and bluray new releases are down to what dvd new releases were a couple years back.


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have you not noticed the helping of $12.99 bluray movies this week at best buy? (I am best buy) have yet to see a new $30 release. and bluray new releases are down to what dvd new releases were a couple years back.
all new bluray releases are $24.99-$29.99 at the best buy in lewisville. i went there to get grand torino, but i said fuck it when i saw it was $30. the unborn was $29.99, which was another one on my list.

next time i'm there i'll take a picture for you of the entire aisle of new releases being $25-$30

if you found a store that sells them for $12 then grab them up. even wallyworld in lewisville is selling them for $24.99

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best buy has 60 new releases under $25 (including $24.99 lol) and 1000 blurays total under $25... (250 are under $15, including batman begins, T2, 21, american gangster, crank, star wars clone wars, dark city, fifth element, deathproof, and lots more)

the prices for disks are very reasonable...

and when new releases come out, check the ads, find the cheapest place (frys usually) and pricematch it to best buy... i always do... i was NOT hesitant to buy gran torino for $26ish brand new, knowing it costs nearly that to buy two tickets to the theater alone, plus we're getting a great movie

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I cannot find these anymore... either online or in the store. Cheapest one they have is a Magnavox for $148. WTF?
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I cannot find these anymore... either online or in the store. Cheapest one they have is a Magnavox for $148. WTF?
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I bet you will be able to buy a Blu Ray player for $75 this christmas
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yup, the movies are starting to finally come down in price. Gheeez took long enough.
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there's a $99 Blu-Ray player in next week's Best Buy ad. just a heads up. They also have a Insignia blu-ray player with wifi farely cheap now.


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