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|Price:||£119.99 FREE UK delivery.|
Region Two Playback Only
Blu-ray players and DVD players sold by Amazon.co.uk play UK (Region Two) Blu-ray discs and DVDs only. Discs from other regions will not play on these products.
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The Samsung BD-F5500 gives you the stunning clarity of Blu-ray, the full HD 3D experience and huge choice of entertainment too. A range of installed apps give you easy access to online content including BBC iPlayer, Facebook, Netflix and YouTube , Enjoy your own entertainment collection too - you can connect your PC and mobile, USB memory sticks and external hard drives to stream movies, music and photos. You'll always have something new and exciting to watch!
With Full HD 3D, your 3D home entertainment becomes more exciting, vivid and dramatic than ever before. Thanks to 3D Auto Contrast, you'll have crisper images with sharper contrast. Samsung's superior 3D technology minimises image layers and maximises response speed, for more fluid and clear viewing. The result is 3D HD that looks – and feels – the closest thing to reality.
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.
Player can play DVD as well as Blu ray discs, providing versatility, and ensuring you can enjoy your existing movie collection.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
And with quick start mode, instead of the usual 10 seconds, your Blu-ray player starts in just 0.5 seconds. Less waiting – more enjoyment!
|Blu-ray & DVD playback||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Built-in Apps||YouTube, Facebook, Twitter||YouTube, BBC iPlayer|
|AllShare||Yes||DLNA only||DLNA only|
|Dual tuner/Dual recording||Yes|
|HD tuner built-in||Yes|
|HDD memory size||500GB|
|Number of HDMI outputs||1||1||1|
*Available or coming soon on all 2013 Samsung AV products.
Cheapest price I've found and arrived early. Matches my TV easy to use.Published 14 hours ago by danielle jackson
Good quality from a lightweight box and some good android apps.Published 22 hours ago by G. T. Prentice
As this is a Christmas present I obviously have not took it out of the box as yet, but I would defiantly recommend the service for prompt delivery and value for money, I have... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lee Phillips
Great player works well but really annoying whirring noise has started and I haven't even taken the cellophane off...Published 10 days ago by Bella
Rather disappointed with this product.
When it plays it is everything you expect from 3D HD but i spent more time turning it off and re-starting as it freezes for no... Read more
It's not as good as I was hoping, it makes a high pitched whining sound when playing discs which can be off-putting at quiet times in a film. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. B. Pesterfield