Summary: I bought my unit in April 2009 and was extremely pleased with the video and sound quality. However it just abruptly died in July 2010. It was the first of my many VCR and DVD players to die so I am not naturally pleased with the outcome.
Summary: Please note my update at end of review. I was a bit put off by the number of bad reviews for the BD P3600. But at the present low cost. I took a chance & I'm glad I did. There are some glitches though. 1) on my unit, after the opening screen shows up, if you select "open" the unit freezes.
Summary: Well, I guess I'm the first 3 star review for this baby. I picked it up at Best Buy for $225 (or I would have rated it two stars; $299 is TOO MUCH for the skimpy extra feature set). Great picture, Sound (but isn't that a minimal expectation?
Another beta version of a sometime-in-the-future great product
D Pravo, Amazon
8 June 2009
Summary: While I was impressed with the purported capabilities of this player, I was skeptical about how they would really work once I got it home. Setup was rather easy. The wireless dongle found my network and got me signed in the first time, but then inexplicably failed the next time I sat down to watch...
Summary: It took me forever to make the move to Bluray..thinking upconverted DVDs would be good enough for me. I finally decided to give Bluray a try, but skeptically thought I'd be returning the unit after comparing it to an Oppo 970 upconverting player.
Summary: I've never felt so conflicted about a piece of home theater gear in my life. On the one hand, the BD-P3600 offers very good to excellent audio and video performance on DVDs and Blu-ray Discs as well as some great internet streaming features.
Summary: Ich habe mich für das Gerät entschieden, da es in diversen Tests sehr gut abgeschnitten hat und da ich bereits einen Samsung Fernseher habe. Anschluss, Inbetriebnahme - alles gut. Die ersten DVDs anschauen - perfekt. CDs hören - klasse.