Summary: Went through (2) units and 1+ hour on phone with Samsung support to be told there is a software issue with the BD-F7500 related to HDMI 1 port carrying both audio and video. The only options that work are to run audio separately over an optical or component setup - or use HDMI 2 for audio-only...
Used 4 times over 9 months (10hr<). Intermittantly won't recognize discs
Andrew A. Russell, Amazon
12 October 2014
Summary: I bought this in February, 2014. I own 3 blu-ray movies (Hobbit 1&2 3D and Journey to Prometha 3D) . I used it 4 times (10hrs?) -- and only for my brand-new Blu-Ray moves, never for a DVD. Periodically, the device will fail to detect or load discs entirely.
this blueray player is expensive, and stops working shuts ...
Amy P., Amazon
29 September 2014
Summary: this blueray player is expensive, and stops working shuts off and restarts at any given moment, and when its working it looses the wireless connection and you have to restart it , it takes 3 or 4 min.
Cons: Slow response to remote, wireless keyboard works only on browser, Netflix hangs, the whole system is sluggish You have to agree to Samsung snooping on all your selections (and more) to enable the service Sending it back
Summary: Complete rubbish, waste of time and money
Pros: Turns itself on, cans keep paper from flying away
Cons: Slow menues, apps. A simple change of menues takes 5-10 seeconds. Most applications do not start, even after fully updated. Would not launch Netflix - just shows a black screen Cumbersome setup Compared to the 5 years-old LG that replaces, the only plus are the apps. You need to give Samsung the ...
Summary: Not 4k therefor terrible, this is essentially an attempt at making Ultra HD (4K) movies viewable at home on your TV. The thing is Blu-ray isn't even being distributed in 4k. Buying this is a waste of money as it UPSCALES to 4k and essentially makes what should be awesome quality movie in 2k and...