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hey Sony, this idea has probably already been thought of among the Sony team, or maybe not, but I think the PS4 should have a blu-ray burner for convenience, to burn pictures or home videos when a PC isn't at hand or doesn't have a blu-ray burner on it, only if it's even possible to add blu-ray burning capability to the PS4 disc drive. also the PS4 should have a SD card reader to transport digital pictures from a digital camera to the PS4. I can see how both of these ideas would be great for customers convenience. how about you?

Apps for PBS and History

by daisyjoy04 Rookie ‎12-21-2014 06:12 PM

I would like to see apps for PBS and History added to the video streaming capabilities. Roku has them, but I like my blu ray player. It would serve Sony well to keep up with this a little better, as streaming was originally the only reason we purchased the blu ray player. I will say we have appreciated the player and the versitility of it. How's about making it even better?Smiley Happy

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Hi, I'm using two of Sony blu ray players (BDP-S3200 and BDP-S1200) and pretty happy with them.

Although the product box and web say that device supports more than 200 streaming services (or at least in US) I only use about 4-5 of them. There are lots of online video services (which are popular with other streaming devices) that are NOT currently present in these particular line of players.

 

I really would like the see following apps in the sony streaming blu ray players:

1) Vevo

2) WatchESPN

3) HBO GO

4) SHO Time

5) Watch ABC

6) Fox

7) PBS Kids

 

The thing I want from my blu ray player is not the fact that it support tons of apps BUT be able to play few quality apps.

 

Thank you!

Currently own a provisional patent for BluScu, and it's technoligy. BluScu is a technology thar is extremely cheap to produce, and will forever be implemented on every remote controlled electronic once I release, my patent to the buyer. This technology allows a person to push a button on the button panel of their electronic device, be it hdtv, bluray, home theatre, game console, anything with remote control, and have the remote send a series of audible beeps to alert the consumer to it's misplaced remotes position. The BluScu will be implemented, BluScu is owned by me, as of right now, it is still for sale. Who would like to see SONY obtain this technology to implement on their devices? I know that most of us consumers, would definately appreciate this technology. NO MORE SEARCHING FOR REMOTES!!! My email is scubagold1985@yahoo.com for any corporate responses.
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Hi, trying to surf the Arabic web sites, but there is no built in character encoding in the Bluray BDP S5100. The only encoding which are built in : the Latin-1, JIS, UTF-8 , and the Autoselect.<br>I tried all of them but with no sucess.I did the latest update, but also without sucess.I bought the device from Paris/ France.Can any one help please? Thank you

Recently noted the new look of model BDP-S7200 Blu Ray player. Sony invest time and resources to produce an aesthetically pleasing product, then stamp a line of text directly onto the front panel which states "BLU-RAY DISC/DVD PLAYER BDP-S7200" I wish Sony would remove this line of text, retaining only the Blu Ray logo printed to the right of the text (which already includes the text "Blu-rayDisc" anyway!). There is a good reason why car manufacturer's do not print a description and model code across the front of their shiny new models! The rear panel surely provides a more suitable place for these. 

It would be helpful would be a confirmation form Sony that the BDP-N460 will or will not receive an update in the near future that would include Netflix subtitling capabilities.

 

Regrettably, the last update was 6/23/2011 and skipped over this feature.

 

I am sure other BDP-N460 owners searching for an answer will find there way to this forum topic, and it would be a valuable reference for them as well.

 

I, and other BDP-N460 owners, could then decide if we should stick it out a wee while longer with Sony and the BDP-N460, or switch to a new Blu-Ray device from another manufacturer that we had confidence in to update it software on it devices to include common features/fixes for the hearing impaired/disabled.

The laptops everyday are smaller, and the ultrabooks like the VAIO Pro or The VAIO DUO 13 does not come with DVD/Blu-Ray drive, So I would like to be able to use my Blu-Ray player as a external (burner) unit just instaling a driver in my ultrabook