Sony - UBP-X800 - Streaming 4K Ultra HD 3D Hi-Res Audio Wi-Fi Built-In Blu-ray Player - Black

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Experience immersive entertainment options with this Sony 4K Blu-ray player. Its Ultra HD resolution provides exceptionally detailed screen images with increased brightness and more realistic color, and its support of Dolby Atmos and DTS:X provides cinema-quality sound. This Sony 4K Blu-ray player supports high-resolution audio formats for more accurate music reproduction.

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What's Included


  • AAA batteries (2 pcs.)
  • Owner's manual
  • Remote Control (RMT-VB310U)
  • Sony UBP-X800 - Streaming 4K Ultra HD 3D Hi-Res Audio Wi-Fi Built-In Blu-ray Player
  • Warranty Card

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3783 out of 3948)

Features


Smart Enabled

Get access to a world of instant entertainment with this product. Just connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music, and access a wide variety of other content.

  • Netflix
  • Hulu
  • YouTube

True 4K Ultra HD

Play 4K Ultra HD movies at 4x the resolution of Full HD 1080p, letting you watch your favorite scenes with a level of detail and clarity like never before.

High dynamic range (HDR) creates a more realistic picture

HDR technology expands the contrast and color range of the existing pixels on your TV to reveal a better, brighter, more colorful image. The picture quality is noticeably more natural.

High-resolution audio

Supports 192kHz/24 bit PCM audio file formats for a clear detailed sound.

Blu-ray player

For a high-definition movie playback with resolution up to 5 times greater than a DVD. Watch films in a stunning high definition just like you do on the big screen.

3D technology

Experience full 3D content when you pair this Blu-ray player with a 3D TV (HDMI 1.4 cable required).

Built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections

For access to streaming content and firmware updates.

DLNA capability

For wireless access to your PC content on your TV.

Playable formats

4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD and CDs – Including MVK, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, JPEG, AVCHD, MPO, MP3 and WMA.

Dolby Atmos and DTS:X

Listen as lightning cracks, sirens wail, and car horns blare all around you in a startling clarity.

Digital Sound Enhancement Engine

Upscale the frequency and dynamic range of MP3s and other compressed music - and even your CDs - to near high-resolution quality, so you can get the full experience of the original recording.

Two HDMI outputs

High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a Blu-ray experience with a 4K or full 1080p picture and digital surround sound. HDMI cable is not included.

4K HDR to SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) conversion

Improves contrast and color for optimized playback and viewing on non-HDR TVs.

Bluetooth audio connectivity

Enjoy private viewing with wireless headphones (required, not included).

Stream music to different rooms

Listen to the same great song all around the house with multi-room listening.

Unite your music with SongPal

Download SongPal for your Android or iOS device and take control of your music collection.

Full 4K experience requires a 4K UHD TV and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs or 4K streaming content. HDR and some color features require a 4K UHD TV with HDR and may need manual HDMI UHD color setting on TV

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Overall customer rating

4.7
96%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.5

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The 4K Blu-ray Player You've Been Waiting For

    Posted
    ryanmcv
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    I purchased a new 4K OLED TV last year, but I was hesitant to get a new 4K Blu-ray player due to the lackluster reviews of last year's models from other name brands. Sony has always delivered top-notch performance in its Blu-ray players, and this one was well worth the wait. PROS: - Sturdy, premium build quality. It may seem like a minor thing, but this player is built like a tank and doesn't feel like a cheap plastic box (like most Blu-ray players). The rigid build quality and understated design is certainly welcome to those who prefer a tidy home entertainment center. - Quiet operation. I can't hear any noise coming from the player during playback. - Extremely quick and responsive. Honestly, I've never experienced a disc player that loads discs and responds to commands from the remote so quickly. - Dual HDMI outputs. HDMI 2 is reserved for audio-only output. Perfect for those with older soundbars or receivers that can't pass through an HDR signal. - Perfect picture quality. I've tried several UHD Blu-rays, 3D Blu-rays, regular Blu-rays, and even some old DVDs. All look stunning. For UHD Blu-rays, the player automatically engages the HDR mode on my TV without me having to do anything. Regular Blu-rays and DVDs are upscaled almost flawlessly. The player has given new life to my movie collection. - Wide selection of streaming apps, including Vudu, YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon. A recent firmware update enabled HDR playback via the YouTube app, which is very convenient since my TV's built-in YouTube app does not support HDR. - Tons of options and settings for videophiles and audiophiles. The settings menu is very extensive and should satisfy even the most discerning home theater enthusiasts. COULD BE BETTER: - Initial set-up is straightforward, but you'll likely have to tweak some of those advanced settings to get this player to work seamlessly with your TV and/or receiver. For example, it wasn't immediately obvious that I had to go into the audio settings and turn off the "mixing" setting to get the player to bitstream audio to my soundbar. I also had to manually enable the HDMI 2 audio output in the HDMI settings. It's too bad these things aren't included in the initial set-up wizard when you first power on the player - but certainly not a deal-breaker. - This isn't necessarily a fault of the player, but make sure you're using new high-speed HDMI cables that support UHD and HDR. Look for cables that are "certified premium" to ensure maximum compatibility. - With Dolby Vision becoming more and more popular, I hope Sony will decide to support the technology via a future firmware update. OVERALL: If you've been holding off on a 4K UHD Blu-ray player for your new TV, the wait is over -- Sony has delivered arguably the best Blu-ray player yet, and certainly the best value for your money. If you buy the player by June 30, you'll also get a coupon for 2 free UHD Blu-ray movies from Sony. This is a hard deal to pass up. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Outperforms budget 4K players - Sony vs Samsung

    Posted
    Polka4life
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I owned the Samsung UBD-K8500 for almost year before deciding it was a poor 4k player with several issues. I have been very Samsung-biased for years, but the last Samung 4k TV and player I owned have changed my mind. I decided to try this Sony x800 player and am happy to report that all the issues I had with the Samsung 4k player are not present in the x800. For reference, I have an LG OLED55C6P TV. Issues with the Samsung K8500 NOT present in the Sony x800 - 1. Audio sync issues After multiple hdmi cables and audio sync setting attempts, it became apparent that every time I paused a movie and resumed, the audio was out of sync, forcing me to exit the application or go back to the main menu of a disc to re-sync. Occasionally, the audio was out of sync from the start. The Sony audio is always in sync. 2. Annoying apps - The Samsung hardly has any apps available, and has a very poor menu setup. You cannot customize your favorite apps, which means you have to go into the applications menu and dig out the one you want to watch, every time you want to watch it. The Sony has more apps to choose from, they load faster, and you can quickly and easily customize your main apps page. 3. Video and audio drops - The Samsung would intermittently have video and/or audio drops, about twice a month in my casual viewing. It was not the hdmi cable as I tried 3 different brands of hdmi cables and 2 different 4k TVs, and the same dropped video/audio issues persisted. The screen would go blank for 2-3 seconds and come back, or the audio would drop for 2-3 seconds, come back, and be out of sync. Sometimes it wouldn't come back on and would lock up, forcing me to do a hard reset (unplug the power). It happened with both discs and streaming. The Sony has not had these issues. 4. Color reproduction - The Samsung does a great job with 4k and 3D blu-ray colors, but leaves a lot to be desired on regular blu-rays and DVDs, even when attempting to upscale. Especially with the blacks and grays. I watched the blu-ray Arrival on both the Samsung and Sony players. The Samsung had a lot of crushed and pixelated blacks whenever there was a darks scene, like entering the alien spaceship, whereas the Sony smoothly weaved the colors together and created a sleeker, more colorful and eye-catching picture. Sony has better upscaling. 5. Remote response - The Samsung comes with a remote that cannot support a rechargeable battery, whereas Sony's remote simply takes AAA batteries. The Samsung also has a delayed response time to remotes. A solid 2 seconds of delay creates a lot of frustration when you are trying to fast forward or chapter through a disc, and end up going to far and have to try and retrace with the same delay. Sony's player has no remote delay and instantly responds to every button command. 6. Build quality - The Samsung is lighter, which makes it feel cheaper. It has a flimsy tray. The Sony is very solid, and has a sturdy tray. The Sony x800 is a great player and outperforms the Samsung UBD in every way that is important to my needs.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Blu-Ray Beast Mode

    Posted
    cjviscito
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    With 4K Blu-Ray players starting to enter the realm of affordability, I was eagerly watching CES to see what Sony would bring to the table. Recently, the X-Box One S has been touted as the best multipurpose 4K UHD player since you could play not only movies but X-Box games. While I do have a One S and have used it for UHD playback, a few things bothered me: Lack of advanced video options and no upscaling of 1080p Blu-Rays to 4K. Then Sony released the UBP-x800. It was love at first spec review. This thing is a beast of a machine and boasts the typical Sony advanced video options that have been part of Blu-Ray players and PS3 / PS4 for years. Additionally, it also upscales existing Blu-ray Discs to near UHD quality. Since Disney, and Marvel, for some reason aren't on the 4K UHD train yet, this has been the best way to watch all my Marvel movies and Star Wars movies as well. But that's just the beginning - the construction of the deck is weighty and sturdy. Whereas most DVD / Blu-Ray players have been going more flat-boxy in their design, the UBP-x800 is designed with an eye for not only detail, but the fact that this has some horsepower under the hood. The back of the unit features a wired ethernet port as well as a dedicated HDMI-out for audio only for higher-end systems. I used the single, combined HDMI video/audio out for my system and it worked like a charm. For comparison, I loaded up a Blu-Ray of Avengers: Age of Ultron and a 4K-UHD Star Trek: Beyond. First off, I could certainly tell that Avengers was an upscaled image versus the Star Trek image. That being said, the quality was flawless in both cases. I had to update my TV settings moving from an X-Box to the x800, but I’d expect as much. If you’ve been on the fence about moving to a 4K UHD player, then the Sony also includes 3D compatibility, so you’re covered on all fronts of physical media. The x800 also includes cloud TV / movie service integration from Netflix, Hulu and several others. We currently don’t have an internet connection strong enough to stream 4K content from Netflix or Hulu, so I can’t really comment there. Pros: * Made by Sony - parent company of Blu-Ray * Dual-HDMI out options for higher end systems * 4K UHD, 3D and Blu-Ray Upscaling support Cons: * Nothing that I could think of in terms of a physical player Overall: If you’re in the market for a great 4K UHD player, then you owe it to yourself to check out the x800. It provides solid performance without breaking the bank in terms of cost. Also, mine came with an offer of 2 free 4K movies from Sony with purchase, so there was an additional $50 savings there too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Sony UBP-X800 4K Blu-ray player offers excelle

    Posted
    Zipster
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The Sony player offers excellent playback quality and a design that feels solid and high-end for a price that is around $299 depending on where you shop. The price and solid build make it a reasonable and robust Blu-Ray player. The UBP-X800 offers 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and is the latest disc-based standard, and it includes features such as 4K resolution (3,840x2,160 pixels) and better color depth. The Sony also offers support for HDR video in the form of HDR10, but not Dolby Vision. Format wars are never fun, but this one is shaping up to be a "DTS vs. Dolby" situation which means the two may happily coexist and have minimal effect on us, the end users. Among major TV makers only Samsung has yet to support Dolby Vision. We'll have to wait till the first discs arrive in June 2017 to test the efficacy of the disc format, but from what we've seen with streaming, the differences over HDR10 won't be drastic. If you enjoy streaming the UBP-X800's accent on streaming comes through from the Sony's home screen -- it's a grid of numerous streaming services and a single "disc" icon. The number of different apps the player offers keeps growing every time I turn it on and it now has over two dozen, including all of the crowd pleasers like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Pandora and Spotify. We're particularly pleased to see the inclusion of Mubi which is an excellent, curated movie service. The player offers 4K streaming from Netflix, Amazon and YouTube but only has HDR compatibility with YouTube at present. By contrast, the Samsung UBD-K8500 only offers HDR via Amazon Video. Smart TVs and dedicated streamers like the Roku Premiere+ typically have much better 4K and/or HDR app support. As far as disc playback is concerned the X800 will do 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, CD and more esoteric formats like DVD-Audio and SACD. You can also stream content over a network and the player is "Hi-res compliant," meaning it will also do 24/192 and DSD audio formats. In conclusion aside from Dolby Vision (the UBP-X800 does not offer this feature), the Sony offers almost every conceivable feature you could want, and all of the video performance you'd hope for in a next-gen player. It's a close race between the Samsung and Sony, though, and the Samsung's more affordable price currently tips things in its favor. Bottom line: I like it and not only is it robust, it plays the next gen discs with ease and more importantly there is a WOW factor for the consumer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A great 4K UHD player. Get one now!

    Posted
    NETBoy
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    I purchased the Sony UBP-X800 blu-ray player about a week ago when it went on sale for about half of the original price. I caught it on sale for $149.99. When the unit hit the street, I had already owned an XBox 1 S, which is capable of playing 4K UHD discs. So, I waited patiently for this unit to go on sale. - LOL. I’m glad that I waited! Although I missed out on the two free UHD discs from Sony, the half off deal was WAY better. My player is connected to my Sony 75 inch 4K set. The picture has literally improved all for the better when watching UHD discs on the set. If you are a fan of high quality video, with excellent color definition and outstanding detail, then this is the player for you. Run and get this UHD player today! As for a quick comparison, I had lived with an Xbox 1 S for UHD playback for a while. I purchased the game console before the Sony UHD player came out. However, I had read that the Sony was better, but I did not feel the need to run out and get the Sony at MSRP. Besides, I personally “thought” (past tense) that the XB1S was a good player. UHD discs didn’t look bad, however the HDR levels left a wee bit to be desired with the XB1S. It was not until I connected the Sony UHD player to my set that I found out firsthand what I was missing. The Sony player makes the XB1S look like a cheap player when comparing the two. It was like someone was taking a veil off of the screen when comparing the picture quality of the two machines. For me, fine details, better color rendition, better contrast and deeper blacks were jumping off the screen. For instance, the movie LUCY in 4K UHD is a reference disc. I thought it looked pretty good on the XB1S. I was wrong. LOL. When I played the same disc, using the same picture settings, and the same HDMI cable, the veil was removed! It was like the actors were standing in front of me! Crystal Clear 4K goodness! Yep, you need to run and get this player now. LOL. Other discs turned out to be much of the same experience. I have a new love for my 4K set now. Turns out, the gaming console was holding me back. As for regular blu-ray discs, the upscaling is great. You will enjoy watching all of your movies again. As for the built in apps, it’s the usual Sony / Android fare. I personally run the apps through the TV set. YouTube and Amazon run fine on it. Get the player now. You won’t be disappointed. PEACE!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Terrific Picture!!

    Posted
    SgtRock
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    I've been a fan of Sony's blu-ray players for a while. My last two blu-ray players were Sony and I was very happy with them, so I jumped at the opportunity to review Sony's new 4k blu-ray player. I recently acquired a Samsung QledTV and this pairs quite nicely with it. The set-up is easy, and typical for a device like this. Batteries in the remote, select your language, connect to the internet, etc. If you've ever set up a device like this you're likely already very familiar with the process. One thing that is different from this Sony device compared to the last few models is the menu style--it is no longer the "ribbon" style that they've used in most devices, and that's actually an improvement here. While it makes sense in a more multi-function device, it could actually be an impediment to use in their old blu-ray players, mostly because finding an app was a chore when you had to scroll down one by one. Now most everything you need is on the home screen or a button push away---the blu-ray, menu, and apps are all on one screen. You can get farther into each should you need to but it's all much easier to navigate than past Sony devices have been. Everything from discs to apps load faster than any other Sony device I've used, so this a big step up from the past for them. The picture is fantastic. Watching a 4k blu-ray is the best picture you'll get, but it also up-scales from regular blu-ray quite nicely. I used the director's cut of Alien as an older movie example and it looked the best it's ever looked, only held back by the limitations of the original film and source. For a more recent upscale example I used Mad Max Fury Road and it looked stunning. 4k Streaming also looks fantastic, though Amazon and Netflix are the only real sources for that right now. Vudu is on here, but for some reason they only allow certain devices to stream 4k and the Sony player is not one of them (neither is the Samsung TV for that matter). I highly recommend "Spectre" on Amazon Prime as a 4k test, or any of the latest Netflix series which are all in 4k--"House of Cards" tends to look the best of that bunch. Up-scaling from HD sources also looks fantastic through all of these. The unit responds quickly, though like most players these days there is no front display. There are a limited number of connections in back--very few for a device of this quality, but it does help to keep the cost down a bit. Certainly the main connections necessary are all there: 2 HDMI outs, ethernet in and a digital out for audio connections. More aren't necessary but can be nice depending on your set up. No optical audio out is a bit of a surprise, but again not really necessary with the second HDMI out. The remote is a bit flimsy but it does the job. Sony FINALLY added an open/close button and it's very handy of course. You can also control your TV volume with this remote. Nice to have but probably not the remote you'll be using for most things. Overall this a great 4K player--it's large (I'm sure they'll get smaller as the years go on) and kind of heavy, but it has a great picture, nice streaming functionality and is a pretty decent price for new technology--highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    It's a Roll of the Dice

    Posted
    Bob60506
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    In one way, it hurts to give this a rating of only 3 stars. The unit seems mechanically solid (not a lightweight, cheap-feeling machine) and, when it works properly, it works marvelously -- great picture, great app performance, intuitive home menu. Finding what you need in the settings menus after initial setup can be a bit of a challenge at first (figuring out how to set the Gracenote downloads for CD playback took a bit of hunting...), but hardly anyone does that perfectly. My biggest gripe was with the 4K-UHD disc playback. The first two discs played back without issue. Every attempt since then has resulted in the playback freezing and/or skipping at different points. (One of these was the same disc that played perfectly on the first attempt, still looking brand new and clean as clean can be.) It will play standard Blu-ray discs without a hitch, and they look great. This will "upscale" HD and lesser material to 4K (as will many/most 4K TV's). Btw, with that in mind, for older movies not CREATED in 4K, don't expect any improvement in picture quality from a UHD Blu-ray disc. All they did before making the disc is what the player or TV will do, anyway: smooth out the lines. They don't add detail that was missing in a lower-resolution original content. Whether the upscaling was done in producing the discs or you let this player do it, you can expect a nice, clean picture. Last night, after following all the advice from Sony support on their website for these issues (check for firmware update, check cables, power cycle the player, try new cables (tried 3 different high-speed (including HDMI v2.0)... even after trying several system settings changes that other owners claimed to have worked for them... basically, everything short of magical incantations (only because I don't know any), I decided that I am going to return this. Almost in defiance (think "Christine"), when I turned the unit back on after restoring the original connection (i.e., the HDMI cable that actually worked for awhile), the Home screen started blinking off at random intervals. (See the attached video.) It would play a Blu-ray disc, though, and do it flawlessly (for over an hour as I finished watching a movie that it wouldn't play on the 4K-UHD disc). I tried the player again this morning, and it still behaved as is did last night: flickering home screen, 4K-UHD locks up and skips, standard Blu-ray plays just fine. I have boxed this up and will be returning it to Best Buy shortly. Sadly, it seems these problems come with MANY 4K-UHD players -- not just this Sony. The only units I have found with much more reliable performance are also much more expensive -- two, three, or more times the cost of this unit. An awful lot of people seem happy with this unit (which is why I bought it in the first place), so I am going to give the model a second chance. Hopefully the next one will be more reliable than this one. Just in case, I may opt for the extended warranty, which is something I almost never do. Having been to the Sony Community discussion boards (and other review websites), I can tell you that quite a few people have experienced these same lockup/skipping issues. So, I would not flatly recommend this player -- but if one is willing to take a chance that he will not get a lemon, it just might pay off. Without the defects, this would be a very nice player.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Tried a few- This is the BEST!

    Posted
    DRZGUY
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    So first off I am a Best Buy Employee, wanted to be honest about that. I have owned a couple of the current 4k players. I am reviewing this with my Samsung KS8500 Curve 55in Tv. (10 bit with HDR) I had the Phillips and it was a good machine, started having some issues so I checked and Phillips was covering my issue under manufacturers warranty-First Class on their part. I received a full refund and after trying and seeing a few models I decided to upgrade to the Sony. Well I am pretty discriminating about my gear and this is amazing for the money! First off when you pick it up it's got weight- that is a good thing. I was impressed with the Phillips quality and this is just as good. Just with my initial setup with the HDMI 1 running directly to my Tv and the Audio HDMI running to my Denon AVR3300 Command Series AVR. Just plugging in and setting the HDMI'S properly the picture was pretty amazing! Nice to have a plug and play machine for a change. It definitely has more "tweak ability" than the new LG or Samsung 8500 or new 9500! (Price was at the lower end of all too) I run an Atmos system and WOW! I popped in Deep Water Horizon and was blown away. Picture was great and sound was phenominal. So nice to not wait for firmware upgrades for the unit to do what it's advertised to do. I'm still tweaking and fine tuning but am super happy. I'm glad I went with this unit, at the price of $299 it's really a deal. The only player that I've seen reviews of that were better than this was for the Oppo. We don't sell Oppo and that player is almost 2x the price! So definitely make sure you consider the Sony, I love my Samsung Tv but their player just doesn't even get close to this thing. Buy with confidence and remember with Best Buy you have a minimum of a 15 return period. If you have a tv with 4k and HDR this is very easy to justify. Boots up as fast as my other regular 1080 blu-ray and the apps are great! Highly recommended! Waiting for my code for the free DVD's that I'm supposed to get but I am still happy even if I don't get that coupon. Highly recommended!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews

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  • Expert Reviews (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5September 21, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 review: Top-class 4K Blu-ray playback
    It might cost more than the Xbox One S, but it's quicker, quieter and video quality is superbFull Review
  • TechRadar (UK)Rating, 4.5 out of 5Steve May on August 25, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 4K UHD Blu-ray player review
    Great video matched with exceptional audioFull Review
  • AVForums (UK)Rating, 4.5 out of 5June 25, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player Review
    Sony's first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player impresses with a superior build quality and superb picture and audio but is there something missing?Full Review
  • cnet.co.ukRating, 4 out of 5Ty Pendlebury on May 27, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 review
    Sony announced its first 4K Blu-ray player in September of 2016, the UBP-X1000 , and while it looked like it was "the business", it was also a sobering $700 (roughly £540 or AU$940). Fast forward six months, though, and the more affordable versionFull Review
  • soundandvision.comAl Griffin on May 24, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player Review
    Sony's ultra-affordable Ultra HD Blu-ray player offers solid video performance, and it also plays SACDs and DVD-Audio discs.Full Review
  • Home Theater ReviewRating, 5 out of 5Adrienne Maxwell on May 22, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player Reviewed
    Adrienne Maxwell reviews Sony's UBP-X800, a universal Ultra HD Blu-ray player that supports SACD/DVD-Audio playback, offers Bluetooth audio output, and features streaming services like Netflix, VUDU, and Amazon Video.Full Review
  • What Hi-Fi? (UK)Rating, 5 out of 5What Hi-Fi? on May 5, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 review
    Sony's first 4K Blu-ray player sets a new benchmark for the moneyFull Review
  • which.co.ukApril 11, 2017
    Sony UBP-X800 review
    It's rarely a good sign when the first thing you notice about a product is its price, but that's undeniably the case with the Sony UBP-X800 Blu-ray DVD player. Does it have all of the qualities demanded of it to justify the asking price? Or is itFull Review



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