Samsung BD-P1500 Reviews
Description:Model ID BD-P1500/EDC / Samsung BD-P1500 - Blu-Ray disc player - Upscaling - black / As the first company to introduce a stand-alone Blu-ray ... more
Samsung BD-P1500 ... player, Samsung reinforces its support of the Blu-ray format with the Full HD BD-P1500. An ideal player for anyone who enjoys Blu-ray, DVDs or CDs in their home, this groundbreaking model takes the home viewing experience to the next step and accommodates all of these formats in one unit. What’s more, it can upconvert standard DVDs to 720p, 1080i and 1080p resolutions and offers Full HD video playback capabilities for a crystal-clear picture.
Designed with fans of multimedia technology in mind, the BD-P1500 easily connects to other digital peripherals through an HDMI 1.3 port with CEC for expanded color delivery and easy home theater control. With its built-in Ethernet connection, users can quickly take advantage of BD Profile 1.1 interactivity.
True audiophiles will love the BD-P1500 as it goes beyond standard Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus audio playback to include 7.1 PCM, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution and Master Audio, Bitstream audio output via HDMI and more - making for a truly immersive viewing experience for movies, gaming, sports and more.
Newest Review: ... follows suit. As it is a few years old now, and technology is advancing rapidly, it does look a bit big, bulky and basic in ... more
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Customer Samsung BD-P1500 Reviews (5)
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Blu Ray is a great new piece of technology that, i must admit, I was rather doubtful about in the beginning...thinking it was yet another pointless fad! But, I have come to be a bit of a Blu Ray fan. I do think Blu Ray is truly fantastic when dealing with animated films or films with quite alot of special effects. But when it comes to your average, every day people who should look pretty film....Blu Ray sort of kills tha magic a little. It's just a bit too much High Definitiion....kind of see the pores like craters definition...and for most humans who are not so cosmetically enhanced that their skin no longer moves, that kind of high definition takes away a bit of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/13 (Very useful, 28 readings)
We purchased our Samsung blue-ray dvd player as part of a package with our previous television and home cinema kit around 3 years ago. When we upgraded our television last year, we kept the same DVD player as it was perfectly fine and didn't need replacing and the one we have at present is the Samsung BD-P1500 blu-ray dvd player. Many of the electrical items in our house are from the Samsung range as we have always found their products to be good value for money and excellent quality and this dvd player follows suit. As it is a few years old now, and technology is advancing rapidly, it does look a bit big, bulky and basic in comparison to those you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/12 (Useful, 24 readings)
When I bought this Blu-Ray player, it had just been surpassed by the BDP1600, which meant I got it relatively cheap. This is perfect for what it is intended to be used for, it plays Blu-Ray discs, DVD's and CD's. It has an Ethernet port for going online, but this is where the problem is because the Ethernet is practically useless as when attempting to use the BD-Live function on discs, the player requires extra storage space - i.e an external flash drive, however the USB Port on the player is not compatible with said devices and is only used for upgrading the firmware. The Ethernet port also allows this feature too. another con is that the player ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Useful, 8 readings)
This is the first Blu-Ray player I have ever owned. My husband is a massive film buff and ever since the Blu-ray technology came about he had been keeping his eye on this model. When he had finally convinced me we needed one we went looking around for the best deal. I think we picked it up for around £200 or something like that. We've had this player for a long while now, and it's a good little machine. It plays not only Blu-rays but it plays your standard DVD's and upscales them to almost HD quality. I do have a few minor problems with this model though. It is extremely slow to load and read the discs, and the smallest smudge on the disc will mean ... Read the complete review
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