Samsung BD-C6900 3D Blu-ray player reviewed
BIgPictureBigSound had a chance to review the Samsung BD-C6900 Blu-ray player, Samsung's first 3D BD player on the market. For a first-to-market product the BD-C6900 appears to have few problems. The biggest issue seems to be noise as the disc cover on the top of the unit is translucent, eliminating some of the noise protection of a completely solid unit. Other than that problems tend to be related to the newness of the technology. For instance, the C6900 only has one HDMI connection and its version 1.4, leading to compatibility problems with some A/V receivers. No big deal.
And the good outweighs any bad by far. The unit loads just as fast as the fastest units on the market, has a very intuitive user interface, simple 802.11n Wi-Fi connection and a great picture. Worth $400? Not to me, but to the hardest of the hardcore audio/videophiles out there...probably!
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Posted by Justin Davey at April 29, 2010 6:20 PM