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Good player but slow to play a Blue-Rey Edit
by crkline2 Combined Rating: 3.4
I bought this Blu-Ray player back in 2009 and for the most part have been happy with it. The hook up was easy, via HDMI. I have it connected with my Pioneer Kuro Elite. It occasionally downloads...
Pros Cons
  • Plays both Blu-Ray and DVD discs, 1080P, streaming capabilities
  • Slow to play Blu-Ray discs, control buttons easy to confuse
I bought this Blu-Ray player back in 2009 and for the most part have been happy with it. The hook up was easy, via HDMI. I have it connected with my Pioneer Kuro Elite. It occasionally downloads a software update, keeping this nearly five year-old player up to date. The streaming capabilities are more than adequate for me. I like having a separate box for internet services, like Pandora and Netflix; so that if I need to, I can upgrade that box cheaply, not having to to replace my television. I cannot comment on the remote, as I use my Harmony 1 Remote.

I would buy the Samsung BD-3600 Blu-Ray Player again.

Pros:
Plays both DVD and Blue-Ray
Easy to set up
Updates itself occasionally - keeps itself current
Good audio and hi-def playback is superb
Wi-fi dongle works adequately. I use it for streaming of Pandoa and Netflix.

Cons:
It can take minutes for a Blue-Ray disc to boot, while DVD discus are pretty fast
Occasionally, I will hit the wrong control button, as the buttons are small and on the top of the player.
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