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Samsung BD-C8000 1080p 3D Blu-ray Disc Player

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  • Internet@TV
  • Wireless LAN built-in
  • AllShare?
  • 10.3" screen
  • 1GB built-in memory
  • 10.3" display screen
  • Advanced Connectivity With AllShare
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions16.2 x 10.3 x 3.9 inches
Item model numberBD-C8000
  
Additional Information
ASINB00365EVXI
Best Sellers Rank #70,748 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 28, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model: BD-C8000

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Samsung BD-C8000 1080p Blu-ray Disc Playe The Samsung BD-C8000 portable Blu-ray Player offers Internet@TV, which delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV, with downloadable widgets and apps like BLOCKBUSTER, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Pandora and more. You can shop online, share pictures, catch up with friends and connect to a wide range of streaming digital content at the touch of a button. It also has wireless LAN built-in. Add to that AllShare, which enables content to be seamlessly streamed between DLNA devices, allowing you to play files stored on your PC.



Key Features
  • Internet@TV: Connect to an ever-expanding portal of your favorite digital content. Customizable widgets give you access to BLOCKBUSTER, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr and more – all on your portable Blu-ray Player.
  • 10.3" screen
  • 1GB built-in memory 
  • Advanced Connectivity With AllShare: Staying connected has never been easier, thanks to Samsung’s AllShare, which syncs up many of your digital devices. Now you can enjoy music, movies and photos from your PC, camera and mobile devices, right on your Samsung TV screen. Wirelessly and effortlessly. You can even connect with multiple PCs.
  • Shell-type design

Product Description

The Samsung BD-C8000 portable Blu-ray Player offers Internet@TV, which delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV, with downloadable widgets and apps like BLOCKBUSTER, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Pandora and more. You can shop online, share pictures, catch up with friends and connect to a wide range of streaming digital content at the touch of a button. It also has wireless LAN built-in. Add to that AllShare, which enables content to be seamlessly streamed between DLNA devices, allowing you to play files stored on your PC.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So, I sent it back for warranty repair again.
A reader
Although I like many of Samsung products, I will never buy BD player if its made by "Samsung".
Nobody
This player does not play DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW or DVD-RW.
pitugo0311

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Hans R. Frey on October 17, 2010
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i compare this player to the fist generation Panasonic i bought when it came out and the Samsung wins by far. While Picture quality is great with both players, dont take the other reviewer serious about missing 1080P. a) you could never tell the difference on a 10 inch monitor and b) it of course plays 1080P over the HDMI output.
i prefer the Samsung for the following reasons over the panasonic: As stated it is a multimedia player. it simply plays anything you wanna play. i plug my 1TB portable harddrive with hunders of movies in it and it plays every file, from simple DIVX and MKV etc. i have yet to find a format it does not play. Also it plays all those files, burned to either DVD or BD-R, BD-RE. (Not sure about the 2nd gen Panasonic's , but their first player only played regular DIVX from DVD-R's only) Wifi is included and eventhough the Samsung apps have yet to grow, its nice to have Pandora and Netflix out of the box. The only thing i am missing is an AV-in, so the screen could be used as an alternative, like a monitor for Videogames etc.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Gil on September 19, 2010
First of all, I think this player's LCD screen is the best I have seen. For me, screen resolution is everything. I only compared this player against one other Blu-ray player and the LCD screen, at 1024x600 is excellent, much better than the other Blu-ray player. I also compared this player with three other DVD players and again, this player's screen is tops. I believe a true 1080p, 10.1 inch screen is not available at this time but at 10.1 inches and a resolution of 1024x600 you are really viewing a crystal clear image.

The player was a breeze to set up for the Internet. The Internet@TV feature is really fun and a new way to experience what the Internet has to offer. Wow!

The player does play 3D Blu-ray disks, but you will need a 3D TV and 3D glasses to view the 3D content. I do not have a 3D TV or 3D glasses as of yet.

Sound is a little weak on the built in speakers, but with ear buds or headphones it is sufficient. If you wish to use external speakers, I would recommend powered speakers.

The player comes with a really nice carrying case (slip-on cover) to protect the player from scratches and handling. The player is molded of glossy black plastic so it is a finger print magnet. I would have preferred a textured outer case.

To really appreciate all this player has to offer, search for and download the user manual and read about the player's features.

I have had this player two weeks now and I really am glad I purchased it.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By BrotherSpider on December 19, 2010
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As i've stated in other reviews, i am a dialysis patient. for those that don't know what that means, it's potentially sitting still five days a week for 2.5 hours doing nothing.

I ordered the first ever BD player, the Panisonic DMP-15, and was happy with it at first. it didn't have a pause button on it, it was a smaller screan then i was used to, and the sound from the speakers, frankly, sucked. on top of all that the battery didn't always last the full time i was on the machine. I went to Pannisonic to find a new battery and they told me it would be $300 (OUCH!). I told them about this machine which was only $50 more then their battery.

This little darling has it all....except MAYBE the speaker quality.....but it is sweet. Bigger screen, higher resolution, 1080p blu ray quality (will play in 3D if hoked up to a 3D TV), and a whole BUNCH of extras (like uTube and flicker conectivity over LAN) that i never really wanted (but glad i have now) in a BD player

The quality of the picture is crystal clear. you can actually read the little translations on the movie on it clearly. it came with an adapter to plug it into the car, and a splitter for a second headphone.

the BEST part of it all is it is POUNDS lighter then the DMP-15 which was hurting my shoulder carrying it in to dialysis every day

Jan 9, 2011 UPDATE:

i have found some fault with this, though it won't effect the STARS i gavet. the "buttons" are very sensitive and the slightest touch of say, the menu button, will end the movie and put you alllll the way back the the very first screen with no real hope of getting back to where you were. all the buttons are that way, so do be careful when watching movies.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Brocka on November 12, 2010
The Pros:
¡ Fantastic resolution on a nice screen. Video is unreal.
¡ It does do the Netflix thing,(my sole reason for buying it) but see cons.
¡ Battery life lasts for a movie

The Cons:
¡ Too expensive unless bought for about half price, which I did do.
¡ Sound quality is weak at best, although slightly better than some DVD players I've had. The volume control is quirky to say the least
¡ Touch screen is also quirky.
¡ It forgets where you were on a disc
¡ Support is abysmal. I finally connected it to my wireless, but not by any means Samsung suggested, by documentation or service phone call.
¡ Their website is a nightmare and you're better off searching non-samsung sites for links and information.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on January 3, 2011
I got this Blu-Ray player mostly to take on trips with my family so that my small kids could watch DVDs while travelling (or in the hotel) and my wife and I could watch movies while stuck in a hotel room at night. This review looks at it from that perspective. After our first such trip, I'll say that this player is adequate for the former and pretty good for the latter. I have yet to try out any of the internet-enabled features.

The flaws:
-As everyone says, the speakers are awful. Even at full volume, it's hard to hear in any sort of noisy environment, especially if you're not right in front of it. The sound quality from them is very poor, making headphone use almost mandatory. Unfortunately, little kids don't like to wear headphones, making this hard to use for them.
-Speaking of headphones, it comes with only one headphone jack, unlike some competitors. Samsung acknowledges this shortcoming and does include a headphone splitter, but that's just something else to lose or break.
-The player has a sliding "lock" button that defies logic. It locks out access to most of the functions, like volume, skip, etc., Great for keeping kids from screwing it up, right? Well, the lock does NOT affect the two most important ones: power and eject, which just happen to be the most prominent ones. If you have little kids who like to push buttons, they can easily stop the movie by pressing either of those giant buttons, meaning you have to run through the whole disk boot-up procedure and find your place again.
-The player gets very hot on the bottom after running for even a short time. You can't put it in your or your kid's lap for viewing.
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