Excerpt: Since the day that I received my LED Television, one of my friend suggested that it is better if I will purchase a Blu-Ray Player. I am so excited of what the technology can offer so I have no second thoughts and I bought one from SM Appliances store …
Summary: I've never taken the time to write a review for Amazon before; but then, I've never purchased a worse quality product than this player. As I type this, my wife is disconnecting the unit for return to Amazon - FOR THE SECOND TIME IN TWO WEEKS. Yes, that's right.
Summary: I ignored the negative reviews of the Samsung BD-P1600 - BIG MISTAKE! The player worked for about 5 minutes before becoming unresponsive. I called Samsung Tech Support which confirmed I'd have to return it for repair after trying to reset it multiple times with their on-phone instructions.
WARNING MAY NOT WORK: Samsung BD-P1600 Has Known Lockup Issue
8 June 2010
Summary: Purchased this as secondary Blu-Ray player for bedroom; wanted something that did NetFlix streaming. Set-up and plugged into home network, was immediately prompted to update firmware, which I did.
Summary: I received this blu-ray machine at the and of April, 2009, along with a Samsung HDTV. The player has worked fine - playing discs, streaming NetFlix and Pandora - until last month. An automatic firmware update which I accepted via the internet introduced a bug which renders the machine inoperable.
Summary: I had to come back and edit my review because I've had the audio go out-of-sync with the video multiple times while watching Blu-ray discs. I've never seen the problem while playing DVDs. I've had no other problem with this player. My player's firmware is up to date.
Summary: I just finished reading a few of the recent reviews posted for this device. It made wonder if I was using the same product. I must say that failure to read product specifications or lack of knowledge in regard to home networking (routers, firewalls, ect.) is not a product failure.
Summary: Had this player for about 3 weeks and am loving it, now that it's up and running. Granted, I have only played one Blu-Ray disc so far, but DVDs look superb up-scaled to 1080 resolution - as good as Blu-Ray to be honest.
Started of so good...but beware the firmware update!!!
David Matsumura, Amazon
13 February 2010
Summary: It all started in the summer of 2009. When I bought the player I was thrilled. Blu-Ray, Netflix, Youtube for under $150? How could this be bad? Sure it wasn't the top of the line, but it did everything! Popped in a copy of Harry Potter - looked great. How about Superman? Very nice.