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So I went to Google, typed in “Sony Blu-ray BDP-S300 firmware download” and found links to the usual suspects, and com.Both sites have the latest firmware for Blu-ray players.With the selection of Blu-Ray discs increasing every day, with Blu-Ray Association giving five movies for free and prices dropping a lot this holiday season, many users are wondering if time for upgrading to Blu-Ray has finally arrived, and for the average user the cheapest units are the most natural choice.Let’s see how Sony BDP-S300 looks like and its weak and strong points. In Figure 2, you can see all the connectors available on BDP-S300.Entry level (most to be exact) Blu-ray players typically lack Ethernet connectivity so nothing new here in that regard but I have to scratch my head every time I spin a BD player around and see a feature that’s mandatory, even on the cheapest of HD DVD players, missing from its Blu-ray counterpart.Here’s the thing that I’ve come to realize about interactivity and networking features on hi-def disc players, it isn’t about what you can/can’t do with them today, it’s about what you can/can’t do with them tomorrow.
There are some minor video quality performance issues, some major load-time performance issues, no SACD playback, and no decoding for high-resolution soundtrack formats like Dolby True HD or DTS-HD Master Audio.
Both have the software in an ISO CD-ROM image format, so you can burn a CD-ROM with the firmware, boot your Blu-ray player with the CD, and in 10 to 20 minutes the firmware has been upgraded. The firmware update process is even slower than the painfully, glacially slow disc load time for Sony Blu-ray players.) The only problem is that both sites compress the ISO file into a Windows-based EXE file!
Apparently the people at Sony don’t realize that there are people out there with Macs, so Mac users are screwed.
CNET did not have the opportunity to re-test this model with the firmware upgrade installed, but we have tested the 2008 version of the player, the Sony BDP-S330. HD DVD format war, we weren't surprised when Sony announced a price drop for the BDP-S300 to the relatively low list price of 0.
Despite the fact that we've been wowed by Blu-ray's image quality, price has always been a serious issue, especially with HD DVD players often costing as little as half as much and offering essentially identical performance.