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With Blu-ray technology now being the primary hard copy standard for movie viewing, the consumer is looking for more than just a standard player to compliment their new TV purchase. Sure in a lot of cases a $99 player from Walmart would do the trick, but with the true source of entertainment becoming more and more prevalent online through various online services such as Youtube and Netflix, manufacturers are taking notice. Take for instance Samsung's BD-D6500 model being reviewed today. Not only will it serve to possibly be an excellent Blu-ray player, but with its built in WIFI capability and Samsung's SmartHub functionality and App store, you are able to turn your TV into a basic home theater PC. Other than a missing browser, you have access to Youtube, Netflix, Vimeo, Google Maps along with hundreds of other news and entertainment apps that in most cases are completely free to download and use. Everything is seamless and easy to use and after a week or so, you won't know how you enjoyed your TV without it. Samsung delivers management reform through New Management to maintain high international competitiveness. SAMSUNG is dedicated to contributing to mankind's quality of life.
Review: The Samsung BD-D6500 Blu-ray player has a sleek look, great image quality and quick load times, but suffers from stubbornly slow response to remote commands.Samsung’s BD-D6500 is classified as a mid-level Blu-ray player, but it is so feature rich, you’d think it was one of the company’s high-end players. That’s the funny thing about raising the bar year after year on a technology that some say has yet to really catch on; Blu-ray players are now coming standard with features that were considered premium this time last year. Meanwhile, the prices continue to plummet. Maybe 2012 will be the year the Blu-ray finally hits critical mass? With a street price of anywhere between $112 and $140, the Samsung BD-D6500 offers built-in Wi-Fi and Samsung’s SmartHub interface with access to a growing selection of apps including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Blockbuster, VUDU, ESPN, Pandora and many, many more. This player is also DLNA compliant and will stream a pretty impressive list of video file types including AVI, MKV, WMV, MP4, and MPEG video, with a wide variety of codecs including DivX HD. It will also stream MP3 and WMA music files and pictures in JPEG format.
|Samsung BD-D6500 3D Blu-ray Disc Player (Black) [2011 MODEL]||$299.99||See it|