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Hi there if i buy a playstation3 for the purpose of blue ray can you tell me how good is the quality, is it as good as buying a seperate dvd player.THANK YOU SUNNYPARRY@aol.com PS my tv is full HD 1080p

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on my own opinion i'd rather get a PS3 so that you can play games on it as well, but chances of over using the device can easily damage the lens in it.

Quality depends on the devices and cables you are using HDMI, can produce a top quality when watching videos and playing games as well

hope this helps

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