Summary: Unpacked and stared in wonderment at this beauty. Setup was painless and easy. When it works, it plays the best surround sound we have heard on BluRay, and its 1080p is great. Unfortunately, it has some serious failings. Only about half of DVDs from Netflix will play on it, including both standard and HD. I have to revert back to my HTPC to watch these discs.
Summary: This is my first Blu ray player, first Blu ray 3D player. I have a PS3 so technically its not my first experience with Blu ray. I like how lite it is. Its lite like my Phillips DVP5992 DVD player. That thing is extremely lite. Starts up and just does things quicker than my Phillips. The blue lights for the buttons, the dvd drive and the 3D logo look nice. I like how you can change the background in the menus. I wish it had more choices.
Summary: I purchased this blu-ray player along with a BD-C5900, because other reviews noted how much faster it was. It's not. Save your money and go with the BD-C5900 until Samsung comes out with a model that is significantly different.
Overheats, (TV produces RED colored screen: See UPDATE)
30 July 2010
Summary: First, I bought a BD-C6900. I noticed that unit was too hot at the bottom of the unit when I was playing a Blue Ray disc. When I was first watching the Monsters and Aliens disc, I noticed RED horizontal lines showing up and going away briefly. Then, next day or so, the Player started to produce solid transparent RED color on the TV screen, on the entire screen. Bottom of the unit was very hot as well. This Red color never went away.