Buying Guide We've looked at the best Blu-ray players out there, from stunning 4K players to budget options, and even a wildcard you won't expect.
Review The Sony BDP-S6700 Blu-Ray player offers impressive features and outstanding picture quality.
The AnyMP4 Blu-ray Player works for multiple operating systems and with a variety of physical and digital video formats. It lacks some features and functionality, but it's a good, simple video player for the price.
The Aurora Blu-ray Player is decent software for playing a variety of video types on your computer if you don't want to spend too much cash or buy a physical Blu-ray player.
PowerDVD Ultra is great Blu-ray player software that has a visually appealing interface that is easy to navigate and use. It comes with all the important major features as well as some minor customization features.
The Macgo Blu-ray Player is versatile Blu-ray player software that works with multiple operating systems and file types. It gives you control over multiple audio and video settings and even lets you customize the player skin and share comments on videos directly to your social media pages.
The Aiseesoft Blu-ray Player software is compatible with all digital video formats, and it offers region changing and social media connectivity to increase that versatility.
WinDVD Pro is a quality piece of Blu-ray player software that works with most video formats. It lets you tweak audio and picture settings for optimal viewing and has various customization options.
The Leawo Blu-ray Player is basic software that lets you play DVDs, Blu-ray discs and digital video files. It doesn't dominate your computer's CPU, letting you multitask without lag, and it's easy to use. Various customization options help you make the player yours and enhance your movie sessions.
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At first glance, the Samsung BD-J5900 Blu-ray player looks like something straight out of a Salvador Dali painting. It has an unattractive, curved design with striped sides. Beauty is only skin deep, though.
Samsung's UBD-K8500 Blu-ray player is a premium model with a full slate of impressive features. It supports native 4K, has an app store and built-in access to several streaming services. It's near the top of its class.
LG's BP350 is more feature filled than most other Blu-ray players in the same price range. This budget player has built-in Wi-Fi so you can stream online video from services like Netflix, Hulu and Vudu. This Blu-ray player’s image quality is on par with pricier models.
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