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Samsung BD-H6500 DVD Player (Dolby Digital Plus / True HD)

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Price: £114.90
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 36 x 3.9 cm ; 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
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  • Item model number: BD-H6500/XU
  • ASIN: B00J4EP7P6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Mar 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,720 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on 21 May 2014
The BD-H6500 is an update to the BD-F6500 which I bought last year.
I bought this one for an upstairs player mostly due to it's wifi feature and small compact size, and I wanted to try the new updated model to see if there were any improvements on the F6500

The player isn't hugely different from previous models same basic styling and remote, though the front end has been updated layout wise. Same casing, touch controls and remote

My quick list of good and bad

Pros:
+ Excellent picture quality both in Blu-Ray and upscaled DVD's very clean and sharp images with good details on a full HD tv and 3d playback support
+ Improved menus and front end easier to use apps and browse media
+ Compact size with touch panel top controls
+ Lots of apps and online content
+ Front USB port
+ Built in wifi
+ Good media file support AVI, DivX HD, WMV HD, MKV, MP4 etc most video formats are here

Cons:
- Drive still not as quiet as I'd like, a bit better noise wise but again a tad clunky just like the older model (loading discs and spinning up)
- Still can't customise recommended apps on home screen
- Browser not that useful with remote (clunky and frustrating) you can however plug a keyboard or mini wirless keyboard in (I have one and it works a treat with a touch pad..far nicer for browsing)

Connections are simple HDMI out, optical digital audio out and a wired lan port.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RFER on 21 Jun 2014
Didnt really need a Blu Ray player, I was trying to get a device that would allow me to play Amazon Prime through my TV (which cant get Amazon Prime and which I dont really want to replace)... I wanted a small device that was not too big that was not too expensive.

For some reason you cant seem to get any of the media streaming devices any more that that supports Amazon prime, so had to resort to a one of many Blu Ray plays that did the job.

In the end I witted it down to to 3 players - the Samsung Galaxy BDH6500 (there is also the older BDF6500 for about the same price) and the Sony BDPS4200.

All the players were 3D capable and support not only Amazon Prime but apparently also other internet media streaming apps. However the Sony for some reason does not appear to have ITV player and is not wifi capable.

In the end I went with Samsung BDH6500 (I chose this over the BDF6500 since they were both about the same price but the 'H' model is newer - but they both look exactly the same from a physical build point of view.

After actually getting the player, it appears that it can also upscale DVD and Blu Ray to 4K - I dont have a 4K TV at the moment, but it's good to know that is available if I ever change my TV in the future. (Although I suspect that upscaling to 4K will be a standard feature on these types of TVs anyway). This function is not available on the 'F' model.

The player itself is a plastic build, so very light in weight - the plastic is glossy and a BIG finger print magnet. The disk draw is very flimsy, but seems to play any disk I fed it without any problems.

As I mentioned, I didnt get this player to play disks anyway, so I am not bothered about the disk draw quality anyway.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Hayes on 1 April 2014
One of the great selling points of Samsung Smart TV is its support for all the UK catch up apps.

Maybe there are teething problems, but I was very disappointed to find that there was no option to download the BBC iPlayer app - this being a catch-up service I use regularly.

Apart from that, the picture and sound are both excellent for blu-rays and dvds and Amazon/Lovefilm and Netflix are both well supported.

I have not yet had the chance to try out its 3D and 4K upscaling capabilities.

<Major Update>

I've now had the chance to test the BD-H6500 with a 4K Samsung TV (the UE48HU7500).

On the positive side, the player's upscaling of blu-rays is nothing short of amazing with wonderfully sharp and clear images and no noticeable problems with motion or extremes of contrast. HD from other sources (Freview, Freesat, Amazon streaming, Netflix, etc.) is not quite as good and varies from title to title but is never less than acceptable.

SD upscaling is even more variable (reflecting the range in disc and broadcast qualities) but, even at its lowest quality (e.g. Doctor Who on the horror channel) is watchable.

I found the 3D images from upscaled blu-rays not to be as good, with some "ghosting" (if that's the technical term) of subtitles and poor display of images coming out of the screen. I have never, however, really got on with 3D images on TV or the cinema, however, so this may reflect problems with my vision rather than the player.

The actual Smart Hub remains a dissapointment. Cursor movement is laggy, the iPlayer App is still missing (although now present and correct on the TV's app list) and the dedicated movie screen is useless.
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