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Sony is rolling out new technology that will eventually be a standard feature on Blu-ray players. Some of its recent innovations include the “Enhanced Personal Video Recording,” which lets consumers record up to 10 hours of HD video onto a single disc. This high definition recording capability comes at a price. Consumers can expect to pay an extra $9.99 for each recording. The tech is already being used by certain movie studios and is expected to eventually trickle down to indie filmmakers. The “Enhanced Personal Video Recorder” is part of an overall Sony initiative known as 4K (4,000 pixels, roughly four times the resolution of a 1080p HDTV), which is designed to let consumers enjoy their videos at their desired home viewing size. Some Sony Blu-ray players can already record video at a resolution of 4K (4096×2160 pixels), and some video files that are recorded in 4K will only be playable on 4K-capable televisions.
Start on Blu-ray with a decent Blu-ray player before you look for deals on TVs, Blu-ray players, or stereo systems. Look for one that includes Wi-Fi, has the ability to play online content and store your media, and has HDMI-in port so you can connect your PC or other devices. Most DVD players with HDMI ports can be used as a BD player, but you may find that some Blu-ray players come with added features, such as a remote control with keyboard that you can use to program up to eight different channel presets. Buy a Blu-ray player that offers components that are region free, meaning the discs will play on any Blu-ray player in the world.
It is also possible to configure the Sony Blu-ray player to work with a home broadband network. For this setup, you must have a router with a built-in access point or a dedicated Ethernet switch. If your home broadband network uses DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) assigned IP addresses, you cannot use a static IP address to connect the Sony Blu-ray player. For the Sony Blu-ray player to function properly with an access point or Ethernet switch, you must create a network that has an assigned IP address. The steps for setting up a network for the Sony Blu-ray player are as follows:
anyone who has done their due diligence and, really, most of you have, knows that the one downside to all this is the data that companies like netflix can collect. they know what sites you visit, what movies you stream, and what shows you watch. this data can be used in a number of ways, from helping them to decide which movies to make to which shows to make. from cnet’s greenfield: “if they know that you like, say, ‘men in black’ movies, they can try to find a way to get a ‘men in black’ movie to you.” but “these also allow for targeted marketing,” notes the bbc’s angus ferguson. the company could also “learn about the relative preference of different types of people, to the effect that they can tailor the show recommendations to a specific person.”
when someone asks you about netflix, you don’t want to let on that they are a genie that’s trapped inside a bottle. they have all the right answers and the best intentions. if they decide to make your life better, you should thank them. and if they don’t, you should take back whatever they gave you.
the other option is to buy a blu-ray player. if you’re buying online, you can save a little money by buying from places like the us-based amazon, which offer a wide variety of prices on a variety of models. the latest hd-capable models will cost you around $200. there are also plenty of budget models for under $200. our pick for the best value is the google chromecast. this is the cheapest blu-ray player you can buy, and it gives you netflix streaming, youtube, vudu and hbo go, as well as access to youtube’s videos on google feature. you can stream to it directly from other devices using the chromecast app.