Samsung BD-P – Blu-ray disc player overview and full product specs on CNET. The BD-P shares many features (including the UI) with its dual format brother, the BD-UP — but there’s one primary difference: we. Samsung’s BD-P lets you enjoy HD films and shows with a new level of picture customization. Advanced Blu-ray playback technology gives you crisp, clear.
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Now that HD movies fans everywhere can all get behind one format, the next question is which player. Unlike HD DVD, there’s lots to chose from and it can be difficult to figure out which is the best for you. No matter what your reason, we’re going to try to help you on your quest. If you only care about features, you may just want to check the Blu-ray feature gridotherwise, read on for br review of Samsung’s latest Blu-ray player, the Bdd Like other Samsung products, the remote disappoints and is almost identical — you know, no back light, no way to program, etc.
Samsung BD-P Blu-ray Disc Player | Product overview | What Hi-Fi?
Also like other Samsung disc players, there are no discrete IR commands, so good luck with that programmable remote. And like we always say — we’re happy that Samsung hasn’t given up on coaxial digital outputs, as it is still useful to some and doesn’t cost much to include. The rest is pretty standard for a Blu-ray player: A firmware update was released recently which enabled Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA bitstream output, but our review unit came with it pre-installed so we didn’t get to see if the update via the network connection took 25 minutes like it did on the 5k.
We’d like to take a second to complain for like the th time that the fact that you have to stop a disc to go back into setup, sucks.
We know that every player is like this but still, it’s super lame. To be fair, the manual does state that it only works with Samsung products, but how lame is that?
Not only is it attractive, but everything is well laid out and easily accessible. But also like the 5k, sometimes there are two scrub bars on the screen when the disc has it’s own, but at least the player’s bar can be disabled within setup with the “Screen Message” setting. Another nice feature is that both component and HDMI work at the same time, but there’s a catch.
If you set the player to p, then p is sent via HDMI, but only i is sent via component. If you set o1400 to i, then both outputs are i.
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This could come in handy for some, but it’d be more useful if you could set HDMI to p and still get i out of the component. We didn’t have any problems with 24p output either — on p1400 the movies we tired the lips o1400 out of sync and there wasn’t any judder, but to be fair the two titles we have that we know cause problems are both HD DVDs.
The load times were about the same as other Blu-ray players: We’d expect Samsung to make some progress with each player, but just like the original BD-P, the takes about a minute to turn on and load a disc — and even makes the same buzzing noise too. At least all the the Samsung players we’ve reviewed eject the tray within about 20 seconds even when the player is off. The BD-P does have one trick up its sleeve that we haven’t seen on any other player pp1400 tested.
But with Master Audio, everyone still gets the DTS core, which is pretty much what the rest of the players do p4100. So despite the fact that this player doesn’t do Bonus View read: Samsung’s TVs can remotely access your PC. Samsung’s latest experiments include an ASMR recorder.
BD-P 26 Photos A nice looking player with great build quality.
Samsung BD-P1400 – Blu-ray disc player
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