|Sony NSZ-GT1 Blu-Ray Player Pro Refurbished|
San Antonio, TX, USA
|SONY NSZ-GT1 WI-FI ENABLED GOOGLE BLU RAY DISC PLAYER 1080P FREE SHIPPING|
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|DVD Type||Blu-Ray Player|
|Built-In Combo Features||Internet/Media Streamer|
|Number Of Discs||1|
|Playable Disc Formats||Blu-ray, Blu-ray BD-R, CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD+R, DVD+R Dual Layer, DVD+RW, DVD+VR, DVD-R, DVD-R Dual Layer, DVD-RW, DVD-VR|
|Features||App For Android, Built-in Wi-Fi, Full Web Browsing, Letter Box Conversion, Pan & Scan Conversion, Parental Lock, Progressive Scan, Upscaling, Upconverting|
|Playable File Formats||AAC, GIF, JPEG, MP3, MPEG-4, MPEG1, PNG|
|Progressive Scan||With Progressive Scan|
|Video Output System||NTSC|
|Video Upconversion||1080p (HDTV)|
|Surround Sound||DTS (Digital out only), Dolby Digital (Digital out only)|
|Inputs||HDMI x 1|
|Outputs||Digital Audio Optical x 1, HDMI|
|Front Panel||USB 2.0|
|Hard Drive Capacity||8 GB|
|Region Code||Blu-ray: Region Free|
Average review score based on 32 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I am very happy with this product. I haven't had any issues with the unit and I was able to connect to my DSL wireless router allowing me to surf the net in my living room without a laptop or tablet. I've only used a few apps but they work fine. The Netflix interface is just like the PS3's so I am used to it and it streams with no buffering beyond the start.
The Blu-ray player works very well and I like how it uses Gracenote to display the cover of DVD/Blu-ray I am playing. Surround sound through my Pioneer receiver is no problem.
I do have it integrated with my Cox cable box and that works okay. I don't have a DVR, so I am not using that full functionality. Initial set up for this part was a little tricky, just pay attention to what you select and take your time.
The remote/keyboard is very good. It takes some getting used to, though. The QWERTY buttons are small, but spaced out well enough to avoid 'fat fingering' too many keys. Surfing the net is a little slower because the touchpad on the upper right is pretty small. Yet, I am still able to navigate and actually order stuff online. Disk player controls work fine and I was able to use the IR sensors(included with the unit) to control my cable box and receiver using this remote.
So far, I have no real complaints and I am very impressed with its performance. Granted, it's not the perfect TV/cable/internet interface unit (that has yet to come), but this Google TV unit is keeping me happy until then.
I did had 2 Sony NSZ-GT1, used to watch blu-ray and search web,
this product was very good, easy to use. This one can use with
any TV has HDMI connection ( which one did not has wifi build in) to watch movies,youtube, netflix.........I did't have any problem with wifi connection by this player.This one has a lot
of useful things compare with other player, special the remote control.
Very easy to setup (interface guides you thru each step). It has tons of interfaces that I have yet to explore. Netflix interface is pretty good. Google's chrome browser works well and the built-in mouse on the remote works well. Very well designed and box with lots of useful interfaces. Brings up high def you tube videos as well and all works well streaming directly off my wireless-n router. Now, if google can provide access to the apps marketplace thru the google tv, this would be a killer product. Well worth the price, especially if you already own a plasma or lcd tv and need to add this function. Include blueray player as well which adds value when comparing to current version of apple tv.
SONY MADE A GREAT UNIT IN THIS MODEL. I PURCHASED MINE WITHOUT A SONY REMOTE KEYBOARD, BUT I USED MY WIRELESS KEYBOARD & MOUSE. IT WORKS GREAT. VERY CHEAP COST ON EBAY
Currently this is what I expected. It has potential but waiting on the anticipated updates.
Good: Very good guided setup if connecting ETHERNET prior to power-up. All my connections were good and unit found updates which was more than I expected. I like the IR blasters, mouse and scroll functions. It's very much like navigating a PC with a large LCD HDTV.
Bad: No custom/manual settings for wired ETHERNET that I could find. It seems to default to DHCP and connect and not allow manual setup. Reason I find this inconvenient is that I prefer to use different DNS servers. I'm thinking the only way to setup a true static IP with custom DNS is to have it try to connect and fail with no connection and enter the settings manually prior to connecting ETHERNET. Maybe this will also be addressed in the anticipated updates.
It works OK with Directv but it's missing the EXIT button for more than just Directv. Missing STANDBY power button also. As far as the Guide, I think I prefer Directv's HD-DVR guide. But this may work well with a HD receiver for recording content that it couldn't do alone. I finally figured out that I need to press the Menu button then mouse over to the X, @ exit to exit Netflix. A common EXIT would be nice; seems the ESC button could be utilized for that too?
QWERTY keyboard does not compare to the slideout QWERTY on my Samsung Epic 4G and no backlighting. I'm also confused by the order of the multi-colored function keys being out the accustomed order.