Summary: Excellent item can't go wrong with a name like Samsung. Watched many Bluray dvds and gives an excellent picture being that I also watch it on a Samsung High Definition TV. Am very satisfied with both produts the bluray Dvd player and the High Def TV. Beautiful picture and sound.
Summary: Amazon delivered on time. Picture quality is as expected from 1080p/1080i sources. Occasional freezing of logo screen when stopping DVD, but I was finished viewing movie so this is only a minor inconvenience. I had to turn off power to restore a normal logo screen. Monster 300 remote works well with it.
Summary: HD DVD & BLU RAY DISPLAY EXCELLENT SHARP CLEAN VIDEO. HD-DVD BATMAN BEGINS IS A DEMO CLASS HD DVD . DEADs CHEST IS DEMO CLASS FOR BLU RAY . I'M PLEASED W/ BD-P1200 . NO COMPLAINTS. I CAN'T IMAGINE THE BD-P 2400 CAN OUTPERFORM THE 1200. MY 1st GENERATION TOSHIBA IS EQUALLY IMPRESSIVE FOR HI DEF DISPLAY. THE SECRET SEEMS TO BE IN A EXCELLENT SOURCE & EXCELLENT TRANSFER TO HI-DEF .
Summary: The picture quality of this player is excellent, than that can be said of all Blu-ray players with Blue-ray discs. What is really impressive is the ability of the BD-P1200 to enhance the quality of standard DVDs to almost HD standard. Before buying this player I had read various reviews about it and a slightly cheaper Sony model. Those reviews also said how well the quality of a standard DVD was enhanced, and that this player was about the best at doing so.
Summary: I already own the Toshiba HD-A2. But when I hooked this baby up to my T.V., I was blown away by the picture. The clarity is stunning and the startup time is much faster than the Toshiba. My wife was equally impressed. I would recommend this player to anyone who is thinking about making the leap into Blu-Ray. You won't be disappointed!
Summary: The Samsung BD-P1200 is a Blu-ray disc player. Blu-ray discs display a high definition video picture which you will need a high definition TV to take advantage of. I use a Toshiba 62" DLP which is a few years old and will display HD but not up to 1080p, I set the BD-P1200 to output 1080i. Depending on what you read, some professionals say there isn't much noticeable difference between the 1080i and 1080p.