Summary: I'm hoping that this player continues to work for us. I bought this "factory refurbished" because it was the same as another we bought new that I really liked. For the record, I love the one I bought new about two years ago - still running great with no issues.
Summary: So far, so good. Set up was a breeze, upgrade went without a hitch, and all of my own recorded DVDs play just fine, as well as other DVDs and Blu-Ray. Can't complain, especially for the price. I don't care about the streaming apps (which are very limited) because I use my Tivo for that.
I replaced an older Samsung Blu-ray player (which was a normal one and a great one at that) and a modified DVD player that ...
Robert Ropars "Ropars", Amazon
29 July 2015
Summary: This device is superb and does everything promised. I replaced an older Samsung Blu-ray player (which was a normal one and a great one at that) and a modified DVD player that could play UK DVDs imported (converting from PAL to NTSC formats).
Summary: Everything works great on it, but you're not going to pop a Blu-ray in and get straight to watching it. This is my first Blu-ray player so maybe that's a common thing but I was really suprised at the initial load time.
Summary: I assume I'm not unique in finding the remote control one of the biggest differentiators today among DVD players and other TV electronics. When most users need four or five buttons, why include seventy five? In this case, however, Samsung has surpassed the competition.
Summary: I'm updating my review on this product because after only two months it has broken. The blu Ray slot refuses to open or play...and the movie that's in there is now stuck. It played fine a few days ago. Do not waste your money on this POS.
Summary: I didn't need a unit with lots of crazy features; all I wanted was something that would play discs. So far, this is perfect! I have a smart tv, so I haven't tried connecting this to the internet and can't comment on that.
Summary: I was happy to receive this Korean product. I had done some research and found that Samsung had input into Blu-Ray device protocol. In spite of this some of the Blu-ray discs and DVD's that I have will not play. The reason I got this is that my Blu-ray drive on my computer won't play some discs.
Summary: I actually bought two of the machines. The reason being that I can not get some of the movies I seek in Region 1 (USA), and most of the players available will not play other than this Region. I now have the ability to play movies regardless of the Region of origin.