Summary: This unit functions well, but has nagging software issues that Samsung refuses to address. When in Anynet mode in conjunction with my Samsung TV, and both are turned on at the same time, the TV will force the Theater System to revert to the D-In mode from HDMI 1. This requires us to pick up the black Samsung remote and switch the unit back to HDMI 1, sometimes twice.
Summary: I purchased this unit a while ago. Everything works great, with great sound and video quality. Customers should be aware that the firmware needs a new update from Samsung (as of 25 Oct 2012). The newest Firmware will not play new 3D movies (The Avengers, Titanic 3D).
Summary: This is a decent system: good sound, nice clean look. The down fall is that the user interface is going to make you wanna throw ur remote at your tv. Granted I heard that if you run a samsung tv with this it makes it alot easier. I have a 65in Mitsubishi with a pretty smart interface but this is rediculous. Everytime you change inputs (dvd, cable, xbox, etc) your system doesnt know what to do so you baiscally have to turn it off then back on for it to understand.
Summary: I have never purchased a Samsung product I didn't like. This Blu-ray Home Theater is no exception. Easy to setup and great sound. Note that 3D HDMI connections will not work with older AVI equipment, which is why I upgraded to this system.
Upgrade firmware to version 1008.4 OR be prepared to suffer
Randy L. Dodgen, Amazon
11 August 2010
Summary: Setting this product up was the WORST experience I have EVER had with a Samsung product. Someone at Samsung should be fired for allowing a product with Beta firmware (at best) to be shipped. I love my Samsung TV (55" 8000 series) but.....their C6930W 3D Home Theater system is mediocre at best. I would rate their UI, firmware, and user manual a 1 star. I would give them a -1 in these areas if Amazon allowed.