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Old 12-18-2018, 06:59 PM   #1
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
I guess it really depend on the brand and the quality.
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Does anyone here have one? Are they worth it? Just thought about getting one and wanted to get some opinions on them. Thanks!
I have a Sony that I got at London Drugs a few years back when they carried them. I have always preferred top loading players to any other type. The discs always seem a little more secure when you are putting them in. Maybe it’s all in my head though.

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I have a Sony BDPSX910 for years now and it still works great.
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Digital media is the answer to portable disc media and eliminates the need for a portal player
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Digital media is the answer to portable disc media and eliminates the need for a portal player
I think that digital media is the reason why portable Blu-ray players didn't sell well but I think that there is still a place for them. Unfortunately, they are pretty hard to come by now.
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I have a Sony BDPSX910 for years now and it still works great.
I also have a Sony BDP-SX910 that I picked up around 2012ish and that thing has literally been around the world with me on business trips to hook up to the television in my hotel rooms. It's still going strong. I love mine and while I have digital as well, nothing beats physical media IMHO
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