After testing a lot of products, we have selected the 5 best blu ray 3D players for 2019 which are mentioned below. In our experiments, we have found these products most consistent in performance and true value for the money.
Samsung BD-J6300 3D Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player
Enjoy wireless content sharing and streaming with the Samsung BD-J6300 Near-4 Upscaling Wi-Fi and 3D Blu-ray Disc Player. This Blu-ray player has an HDMI port for outputting 2D and 3D video to an external display and it can also upscale lower-resolution content to near-4K quality.
Integrated Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity… allows you to access free and subscription-based streaming content such as YouTube and Netflix.
The BD-J6300’s HDMI output also supports high-resolution audio formats such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD for a dynamic multi-channel surround sound experience. The front-mounted USB 2.0 port allows you to connect devices such as thumb drives for easy playback of multimedia files. There’s also an optical audio connection to output audio to an external sound system.
Sony BDPS6500 3D 4K Upscaling Blu-ray Player
The BDP-S6500 is an unspectacular player, sporting all-black bodywork that slips into the shadows of your AV rack. Sony has attempted to jazz up the fascia with glossy, brushed and dappled plastic panels, but from the sofa it just looks like a black box. It’s a shame Sony hasn’t made some attempt to differentiate this top-end deck from its cheaper models but it’s not a deal-breaker.
Like the rest of the range… the BDP-S6500 is a slim, compact player, measuring 255mm wide by 39mm high. That’s a godsend if space is tight. Sadly the deck also shares its stable mates’ flimsy build quality, which is forgivable on an entry-level player but at this price I’d expect better.
The fascia sports standby and open/close buttons on the right-hand side above the USB port. A tiny light inside the power button glows green when the deck is switched on and disappears when switched off. The rest of the fascia is taken up by a plastic flap that drops down when the disc tray opens and snaps shut when it closes. Luxurious it is not.
Panasonic DMP-BDT270 Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player
The Panasonic DMP-BDT270 has built-in Wi-Fi, 3D compatibility, and the Viera Connect suite of streaming-media services, which includes Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant, Pandora, and Vudu. The user interface for the streaming-media apps is straightforward, plus you can jump right to Netflix with the dedicated Netflix button on the remote. There are a few other minor perks, including Skype compatibility, a front-panel SD card slot, and a superfast quick-start mode.
The DMP-BDT270 has one of the… sleekest looks from the outside, with a long front panel devoid of buttons. That’s because Panasonic uses a flip-down panel to conceal the disc drive, SD card slot, USB port, and Play/Pause buttons. The panel automatically flips up or down when you open or close the disc tray, so it’s not a nuisance in normal use, although if you plug in a USB drive, the panel stays down and the look is unattractive.
The included remote is a good one, with dedicated buttons for Netflix, Viera Connect, and Skype. Playback buttons are well-positioned and the play button has a helpful tactile nub so you can find it by feel. The only problem is the positioning of the home, Internet, and pop-up menu around the directional pad. Those buttons are similar in shape to the directional buttons, so I ended up pressing them accidentally a few times.
Samsung BD-J5900 Curved 3D Blu-ray Player
The Samsung BD-J5900 is one of the fastest Blu-ray players we’ve tested for under a hundred dollars. The unit offers decent streaming options, and only a dedicated streaming box will do it better for the same money. Image quality is excellent.
The design is unattractive,… and the player doesn’t offer any basic indicators, not even power. The ergonomics of the remote and the user interface — especially the “seek” function — could be improved. Some rivals offer better features for the same price.
So where does this leave existing Blu-ray collections? In a good place actually. Players are so inexpensive now, and Blu-ray discs are so cheap, that for a certain movie fans, especially those who value Blu-ray’s superior image quality to streaming, it still makes sense to invest in both. And unlike Netflix’s ever-morphing collection, you’ll have them for life.
OPPO BDP-103 Universal Disc Player
Just when you thought everything that a Blu-ray Disc player can do, or has been done, along comes the BDP-103 from OPPO Digital which not only take audio and video performance up a notch, and adds some additional connectivity options not found on most players. This is definitely a high-end player.
The BDP-103 plays 2D and 3D Blu-ray Discs,… provides both 1080p and 4K upscaling, and not only provides two HDMI outputs, but also adds two HDMI inputs for additional connection flexibility. In addition, if that isn’t enough connectivity for you, a total of three USB ports are provided as well. However, you won’t find any analog video outputs, as both composite and component video outputs have been eliminated, save for a composite video output that only displays the onscreen menu system if needed for diagnostic purposes. For more details on the BDP-103, keep reading this review.
BDP-103 provided excellent detail, color, contrast, and black levels with Blu-ray Disc playback, and provided excellent playback quality for DVDs and a good job with internet and network streamed content. In more thorough testing, the BDP-103 passed all of the tests on the HQV Benchmark DVD, which measures video processing and upscaling performance.