LG-BD390 - £199.89

Pindi

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I can't wait. I'm itching to buy a new BDP after you said my PS3 isn't good enough for my Kuro!
 
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With a Kuro, I would have thought that you may perhaps consider a Pioneer BDP-LX52 instead, unless you are looking for the added functionality offered by the LG-BD390?
 

Pindi

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My main priority is picture and sound performance, the features aren't really that important. I think I should wait for this year's new BDPs...
 

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After much debate - much of it here on the WHF forums (see other threads) - I went for the sony BDP-S760 for my Kuro and the picture is stunning
(dark glasses required!)... what I'm saying is you don't need to wait, there will always be a better BDP / Screen / Amp just about to be released...
 

Pindi

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Fair point, I may need to do some demoing (don't think that's a word!).

I've got £40 worth of vouchers to use at Superfi, they expire in March, so I need to be quick!
 

scene

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Superfi have the MR for DVD version of the BDP-S760 at £329.95 - same price as RS (where I got mine) and this was the cheapest available...

Getting it for £289.95 would seem a steal! Definitely do some demoing
 
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Pindi:
My main priority is picture and sound performance, the features aren't really that important. I think I should wait for this year's new BDPs...

For pure A/V performance, you must also consider the Denon DVD-2500BT which betters the Sony BDP-S760 in both areas. This was a £900.00 machine not too long ago that can now be had for about £430.00 new.

Higher up the budget, the choices would be the Sony BDP-S5000ES or the Pioneer BDP-LX91
 

simonlewis

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It's a genuine jersey website, i've ordered blu-ray films from them before & had no problem what so ever.
 
It may be genuine, but I will be wary of a website with no direct access to customer services, & the only way to contact them being an online form.

They're based in Belfast, not Jersey.

This is whois report:

Registrant:

BlackStar Associates Limited

21 Alfred Street

Belfast, Antrim BT2 8ED

UK

Domain Name: SENDIT.COM

Administrative Contact:

Young, Simon
@sendit.com

Sendit.com Ltd.

42 The Cutts

Dunmurry

Belfast, Northern Ireland BT17 9HN

UK

+44 2890 430430 fax: +44 2890 430460

Technical Contact:

BlackStar Associates Limited
@blackstar.co.uk

21 Alfred Street

Belfast, Antrim BT2 8ED

UK

+44 2890 509000

Record expires on 15-Mar-2011.

Record created on 04-Mar-2004.

Database last updated on 20-Jan-2010 15:31:11 EST.

Domain servers in listed order:

NS0.BLACKSTAR.CO.UK

NS1.BLACKSTAR.CO.UK

Information Updated: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 20:39:06 UT
 
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Anonymous

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I've used Sendit loads of times for dvd, music and blu-ray. They were Blackstar (remember them?) until a few years ago, who advertised frequently in DVDReview and the like. They're perfectly legit.
 
Garland Genoho:BB, are you a secret agent disguised as a doc?




I'm not comfortable with websites who do not follow basic stuff like providing a telephone number & address to contact. They may well be legit, but are doing things a legit website shouldn't do, exactly the kind of websites the consumer forums warn us about.
 

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