Watch 4K UHD Blu-rays with HDR color and Dolby Atmos audio via this WiFi-enabled Blu-ray player
Sony 4K UHD Smart Blu-ray Player with HDMI Cable (2017 Model)
Vibrant images and lifelike audio fill your home theater when you add this 4K Blu-ray player to your setup. The compact device supports a 4K UHD picture with HDR color and Dolby Atmos audio, helping create an immersive cinematic experience.
Rich, Cinematic Picture
4K Ultra HD resolution supports an almost uncannily realistic picture. 4K refers to Ultra HD’s more than 8 million pixels—about four times as many as 1080p Full HD resolution—which saturate the display so completely that images retain their lifelike detail regardless of how close or far you are from the screen (4K UHD TV required for 4K playback).
Entertainment on Demand
Stream a movie rather than walking to a Redbox, or binge on your favorite TV shows online. This Smart Blu-ray player’s built-in WiFi and preloaded apps expand your entertainment options with access to Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, and other popular streaming services.
Thunderous sound effects and lifelike ambient noise fills your living room thanks to this Blu-ray player’s advanced audio tech. With the same digital audio processing technology — Dolby Atmos — used by movie theaters, this Blu-ray player breathe new life into your existing speaker setup.
- Product number: UBP-X80
- Playback compatibility: UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, CD
- Resolution: 4K UHD
- HDR support: yes
- Hi-res 24-bit audio
- Audio processing: Dolby Atmos
- WiFi: yes
- Bluetooth: yes
- Product dimensions: 3.1” (H) x 11.7” (W) x 18.9” (L)
- Weight: 4.2lb.
- Condition: new
In the Box: Sony UBP-X80 Blu-ray player, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, HDMI cable
Approximately 900 million of Sony’s devices are in use in the world today. To achieve this feat, Sony never wavered from the vision of its cofounders, engineer Masaru Ibuka and physicist Akio Morita. From its beginning in 1946, Sony has always positioned itself on the cutting edge of technology to continually break new ground, from the portable transistor radio in the ‘50s to the color television in the ‘60s to the PlayStation video-game console in the early ‘90s. Along the way, Sony also co-developed a range of industry standard formats, including the CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. Not content to only store and play media, the company also produces movies, music, and television and is responsible for acclaimed films and shows such as The Social Network and Breaking Bad while representing artists as diverse as Adele, Bruce Springsteen, and Usher.