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HD DVD still has a price advantage thanks to Toshiba's frantic price slashing, but even that's being slowly eroded by the new batch of ‘mass market' Blu-ray players that boast more affordable prices than the first decks launched over a year ago.
One such player is the Sony BDP-S300, which is a good £400 cheaper than the company's debut deck, the BDP-S1E, making it one of the cheapest Blu-ray decks available.
There are some minor video quality performance issues, some major load-time performance issues, no SACD playback, and no decoding for high-resolution soundtrack formats like Dolby True HD or DTS-HD Master Audio.
Not to mention that there's another similarly priced Sony product currently available that does essentially everything the BDP-S300 does plus a whole lot more: the Play Station 3.
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Design While Sony may be known for the glitzy exteriors of its HDTVs, home theater systems, and yes, game consoles, the BDP-S300's design is pure understatement.
The simple rectangular component sports a LED display on the bottom half of its face, and in the upper right section there are some basic playback controls, including handy chapter forward and backward buttons.
The BDP-S300 is a Profile 1.0 player, which means it's not compatible with Bonus View (Profile 1.1) discs containing picture-in-picture features.
This lack of futureproofing could make the deck outdated very quickly, and it's unlikely that it can be upgraded.