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Supports BD-Live for accessing bonus Blu-ray content from the web. Built with a certified color-processing chip that delivers unmatched color quality.
No WiFi or streaming apps. It's expensive.
Built-in streaming video apps; support for lossless audio formats; solid upscaling.
The USB port supports the older USB 2.0 standard.
Includes built-in streaming apps like Netflix and Hulu. Supports PlaystationNow for game-streaming. Includes a USB port for connecting and playing your own digital content.
The included tiny remote is hard to use, and playing discs is especially noisy.
Samsung's "AllShare" technology makes it easy to send content from your digital devices to your screen. Built-in apps are easy to use, and upscaling makes DVDs and older content look incredible.
No visible on-off light indicator; some users report WiFi functionality can be finicky.
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Unless you stream most of your new or classic videos, a Blu-ray player is essential for having a complete home theater or viewing environment. Compared to regular DVD players, a Blu-ray adds the ability to watch Blu-ray videos in full splendor. The 1080p resolution is perfect for most televisions that do not support the higher solution of true 4K. Best of all, most modern Blu-ray options offer 3D compatibility and access to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video built right into the player so you can access more movies and TV shows without needing a smart TV. You can even continue to watch standard DVDs and listen to CDs if you want a complete multimedia experience without a lot of extra equipment.