The power of the cloud, the amazing sights and sounds of 3D Blu-ray.
Experience new levels of 3D excitement and connect to an ever-expanding world of online content ? it?s all possible with the Samsung BD-E5900 Blu-ray Disc Player. Enjoy your favorite movies and shows whenever and wherever you want, thanks to the Disc to Digital feature, which can unlock DVD titles from your library and move them to an online digital library. A Full Web Browser works in tandem with built-in WiFi to let you explore online content, easily and at lightningfast speeds. Samsung?s powerful 3D Blu-ray technology delivers unparalleled Active 3D picture quality and depth, for a truly cinematic viewing experience.
BD-E5900 Blu-ray Disc Player
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A well made product backed by its name
By Bettle Bailey from Tennessee
from Knoxville, TN
About Me Casual User
Comments about Samsung BD-E5900 Blu-ray Player:
Work well with other Samsung products
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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You CAN teach an old dog new tricks!
from Carbondale, KS
About Me Enthusiast
Love the blueray/3D player. Such an easy setup; incredibly lightweight with easily understandable and operable remote. Very cool in that it is a dual power remote system which turns on my TV when I initiate the DVD player. Love the "compatibility"; I've only had a month and haven't had time to test all its capabilities but so far it's pretty amazing. Haven't seen a 3D movie since I was a kid and I was totally blown away by the advanced technology of today's 3D; love it. Can't wait for more movies to be released in the 3D format.
from Kings Park, N.Y.
A Great Match to my Samsung UN65ES8000 TV.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Two Thumbs Up
from Republic, WA
Great complement to the Samsung NP60E550 HDTV that it was bundled with. Works great and I have not had any issues with it so far.