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Samsung BD-F5100 Network Blu-ray and DVD Player

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  • Enjoy great online content and smart services
  • Allshare (DNLA ) - connect and share with connect all your devices
  • Access movies and photos on USB memory sticks
  • Directly connect and sync external hard drives
  • Fast loading and booting

Region Two Playback Only

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 26.9 x 19.3 cm ; 998 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
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  • Item model number: BD-F5100/XU
  • ASIN: B00BHBFECU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Feb 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (232 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Product Description

Networking Blu-ray & DVD Player - twice the resolution of conventional HDTV – and many times the choice

The Samsung BD-F5100 Blu-ray Player offers a sleek compact design with a distinctive rounded corner and matte black finish that complements any room – and provides easy access to a huge choice of content. It offers high quality playback of Blu-ray and DVD discs. It delivers online content with YouTube and BBC iPlayer, and lets you plug in USB memory sticks and external HDD drives to let you enjoy all your home movies, downloaded music and video and holiday photographs. With nearly twice the resolution of conventional HDTVs, the 1080p picture means spectacular detail with rich, eye popping colours and sharp, ultra-realistic images to enhance everything from movies to videogames. 

Full HDTV 1080p
Full HDTV 1080p

True HDTV

Connect to your TV for an image with nearly twice the resolution of conventional HDTVs. The Full HDTV 1080p picture engulfs you with spectacular detail – rich, eye-popping colours and super-sharp, ultra-realistic images.

Blu-ray

Play DVD as well as Blu ray discs, providing versatility, and ensuring you can enjoy your existing movie collection.

Built-in Apps
Built-in Apps

Built-in Apps

Discover more entertainment and enjoy streaming services with native apps already installed. With popular apps like YouTube and BBC iPlayer, your Blu ray player gives you instant access to a huge range of exciting content with music, movies, TV shows and more.

AllShare

With AllShare, you and your family can seamlessly enjoy content from your DLNA-enabled Samsung smartphone, tablet, digital camera and laptop on your TV. Share music, movies, pictures and other content from your devices with your friends and family and enjoy them all on the big screen.

USB and HDD Connectivity
USB and HDD Connectivity

USB and HDD Connectivity

Plug and play USB memory drive or external HDD and quickly access video, audio or images - everything from home movies and downloaded music to holiday photographs.

Anynet +

With Samsung Anynet+ you'll enjoy one-touch control for all your Samsung HDMI-connected compatible devices like your Samsung TV, Blu-ray Disc player, AV Receiver and Home cinema.

HDMI

The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a digital connection that can transmit HD video and audio over a single cable. Use it to optimise the image quality when you connect your TV to high-definition sources such as HD cable TV, satellite receiver, or Blu-ray player. It also features CEC capability, so you can use your TV's remote control handset.

Quickstart

With quick start mode, instead of the usual 10 seconds, your Blu-ray player starts in just 0.5 seconds. Less waiting – more enjoyment!

Features

  • Anynet + (HDMI CEC)
  BD-F8500M BD-F5500 BD-F5100
Pictures:      
Blu-ray & DVD playback Yes Yes Yes
3D  Yes Yes  
4K Upscale      
Dual Core Yes    
Smart:      
Smart Hub Yes    
Catch-up Services* Yes    
Built-in Apps   Netflix, LOVEFiLM, KnowHow, Curzon, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter YouTube, BBC iPlayer
Web browser Yes    
Wi-Fi built-in Yes    
AllShare  Yes DLNA only DLNA only
Dual tuner/Dual recording Yes    
Connectivity:      
HD tuner built-in Yes    
HDD memory size 500GB    
Number of HDMI outputs 1 1 1
USB Playback Yes Yes Yes
HDD Playback Yes    

*Available or coming soon on all 2013 Samsung AV products.

Box Contains

Battery Included
User Manual
Remote Controller

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilson on 5 Oct 2013
I'm new to blu ray players and didn't want a complicated one. this is easy to install and use. It plays blu rays in good definition and my dvd's are upscaled, it is good with scratched old ones as well. I can plug in my flash drive and play mp4 files easily, I haven't hooked it up to the internet yet. The box is very small so I can take it anywhere. Very pleased with it for the price I paid. Samsung is a good make.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By P C on 9 Dec 2013
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Really excellent picture and sound quality, compact design and great connectivity to my Samsung LCD. Only one issue, there are no rubber stops on the bottom of the player, so It slides around when you touch it, easily rectified with a couple of non-slip pads, but this should have been standard?
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125 of 136 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Stevens HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 11 July 2013
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This is a no-frills disc player. The connectivity is minimal; HDMI for video and audio, RJ45 for 100Mb/s Ethernet, coax-phono for SPDIF digital audio, all on the back, and a standard USB2.0 hiding behind a cover on the front. The mains lead is captive on the back.

It has some limited "Smart" functionality, to enhance the BD play and for DNLA use as well as iPlayer and YouTube, but requires at least 1GB of external storage (eg a USB stick) to make the most of it. I don't expect to use much of these additional features because the TV it connects with is a full HD "3D" "Smart" TV which offers many more options.

I've tested the various functions with a few DVDs and some CDs and a very early edition of Avatar - my first BD. All worked as needed despite the player being so basic, partly because the TV is also a Samsung and partly because the TV has all the extra functions required. The only mechanical noise is at the start when the head seek can be a bit disconcerting, once into playing the disc it is almost silent.

A few of the early "3D" discs we tried subsequently merely play out at 1080p (BUT not the recent ones, see the Addendum below) with no additional processing to put it into a specific "3D" mode, however the TV can see the "3D" info on the HDMI and act on it accordingly. I set the video output to always be at 1080p (not BD-wise nor auto), this allows the up-scaling to make the best use of the vectors from the encoded source video, so as to fit the display with only the one processing generation.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Lewisham lady on 15 April 2013
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Small neat box. Easy to use handset. Very clear picture. has lots of functions. Looks good. Works well with my Samsung tv.
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119 of 136 people found the following review helpful By J. BROOKS on 31 Mar 2013
I'd been looking for sometime for a blu-ray player that would also double-up as a network media player, and I think this little (and it really is) beauty seems to fit the bill.

Without boring you senseless, this DLNA certified player has faithfully replayed everything I've thrown at it. My home setup includes an Ubuntu Server (12.04), running minidlna, and it's not powerful enough to transcode on the fly, so the fact that the Samsung supports so many file formats out of the box is an absolute boon (h.264, xvid/divx, mpeg4, AAC, mp3, they're all there and it also handles mkv, avi containers). Okay so maybe I did bore you senseless..

I've not tried the USB port on the front, but I would expect a similar story for physically attached storage.

Things to note. No Wifi - I didn't need it, and you'll need a pretty decent link if you want to stream high def anyway.
No LED indicators on the front, who cares! You just press the info button and the time remaining is shown on screen. Control buttons are located on the TOP right, bit awkward if you wanted to jam this player in a small gap, or put something else on top I.e. you can't. Boots up in about 5 seconds. It's quiet, and plays Blu-ray disks flawlessly, it also makes a good job of up-scaling DVDs.

You don't get much for your money, but what you do get works so well that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anyone.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By EnglishMisfit on 17 May 2014
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Bought this for my mother who doesn't understand technology

- Simple plug-in and go ! :) *1 HDMI lead needed ..
- Also it is same make as the tv so that all the buttons on the remote for tv and Blu-ray work for each other ..
- Doesn't have Wireless internet as far as i see, needs ethernet cable but didn't really buy it for internet ..
- Looks great below Black tv and Black stand also small does take up space ..
- Doesn't look cheap either buttons on Blu-ray look stylish ..

Very Happy with it, means i can watch movies with family rather than Xfactor and TV Soaps !!!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Penguin Fach on 19 Feb 2014
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We bought this Blu-ray player because it also featured the ability to stream network media and access BBC iPlayer. Unfortunately it will not play all Blu-ray discs, the media codec options are very limited and iPlayer crashes frequently, locking up the player and requiring it to be unplugged to reset. We have other streaming and iPlayer devices that all work fine and a very robust internet connection so the player is definitely the culprit.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Number13 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Nov 2014
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This is a very compact, great value Blu-Ray / DVD / CD player, especially if you're connecting it to a `Smart' TV that has its own wireless network connectivity and app capabilities. If your TV is older then a more advanced player that will add full `Smart' functions, apps and wireless networking would be a better choice and if you have a 3D TV you'd probably buy a higher-spec player to be sure of supporting the latest 3D standards.

Connected to a Samsung `Smart' TV with an HDMI lead, it's very easy to use; opening the player activates the TV, insert the disc, close and it plays. Putting the TV on standby also shuts down the player, it couldn't be easier. The four touch button controls on the player are very sensitive but positioned on the top, not convenient if you want to stack the player in a shallow shelf but otherwise OK.

The output mode can detect the TV resolution but I chose to set it directly to 1080p output to match the TV so the upscaling would always be done by the player and the TV receives full HD input. I've tried it with many pre-HD DVDs, some commercial, some with programmes recorded from broadcast on our (non-Samsung) DVD recorder and the upscaling is *better* than on the recorder that wrote the discs. Commercial Blu-Ray also plays reliably, as do music CDs, but I haven't tried any 3D Blu-Ray discs. There are a few output adjustment options including TV resolution, Movie Frame (24fps) if your TV supports it and basic HDMI output colour settings.

The remote control is very clear and well laid out, and includes two buttons for direct selection of subtitles and alternative audio tracks, useful if you routinely need subtitles or enjoy the commentary options on many film and TV discs.
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