Space Ship that rotates, lights up, does not take off!
16 July 2011
Summary: Anything out of the box should not require internet to work. 24 Blu Rays and not one of them works. Most of them are new releases. "This disc not supported" um...its a Blu Ray, This is a Blu Ray player...and now all I can play is SOME DVD's...thanks for making a product that without internet cannot due squat.
Very cool Blu-ray player - which died and was fixed under warranty
A. Orcutt, Amazon
26 June 2011
Summary: I have been using this player for about 3 weeks and I think it is very cool. It looks great, plays my Blu-ray discs perfectly and works well with Netflix "Watch Instantly" selections over the Internet. I have had two small problems. The BD-D7500 does not play several of the DVDs that I have personally recorded (i.e. family movies) and one of my commercially produced DVDs vibrates inside the drive and sometimes needs to be reloaded to play.
Can not access your youtube account playlists/videos
25 May 2011
Summary: It requires you to create a SmartTV ID. Then you first login to that SmartID account which then require you to register/link youtube, twitter etc. accounts. After logging in, you can see that you are logged in your Youtube account but CAN NOT access your playlists or uploaded videos. It defeats the purpose of youtube. Tech support acknowledged this shortcoming unlike googleTV from Sony. You can only search and play Videos one by one and make a library by yourself.
Don't purchase if you are planning on putting in AV cabinet
1 May 2011
Summary: The player is best designed for a wall mount under the HDTV. It can also sit on a tabletop with a provided adapter. Despite what the specifications say, the player is really not designed to lay flat. When laying flat, the controls on the front face and disc eject button are not visible. The cable management also doesn't work laying flat.