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Samsung BD-E5700 WiFi Blu-ray Disc Player (Black)

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  • Samsung Smart Hub enabled
  • WiFi built-in
  • Multiple playable disc types
  • Compact design
  • Region: Blu-ray: A,DVD: 1
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Item Weight2.9 pounds
Product Dimensions7.6 x 14.2 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberBD-E5700
Color NameBlack
Number of Component OutputsHDMI
Special Features3D Compatiblity
Frequency Response Curve60
  
Additional Information
ASINB0076R7F62
Best Sellers Rank #31,440 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 7, 2012
  
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  • 3D Compatiblity

Product Description

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[Samsung Disc Player Comparison Chart]

Smart Hub
Samsung Smart Hub. View larger

Smart Hub

Samsung has retooled its Smart Hub feature to further expand its access to a world of online entertainment. Smart Hub also allows you to search through hundreds of apps.

AllShare

Through this functionality, you can seamlessly enjoy content from your Samsung smartphone, tablet, digital camera, and laptop wirelessly on your TV. Share music, movies, pictures, and other content on your devices with your friends and family.

Built-In WiFi

With a wireless LAN built right in, it is easier than ever to access your apps and enjoy online content.

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General Information
Deck Type: Tray
Front Display: LED
Control Button: Tact Switch
Playable Disc Types: BD, DVD, DVD±R, DVD±RW, CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW
Video Formats: H.264, MPEG-2/4, Xvid, MKV, HD JPEG, WMV, AVCHD, VC1
Audio Formats: MP3, AC3, LPCM, WMA, AAC, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio
Connections
HDMI Output: 1
Digital Coaxial Audio Output:
1
USB:
1
Ethernet:
1
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): 1
Weight and Dimensions
Dimensions (WxHxD): 14.2 x 1.5 x 7.6 Inches
Weight: 2.9 lbs.

Samsung Disc Player Comparison Chart

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Series BD-E6500 BD-ES6000 BD-E5900 BD-E5700 BD-E5300 DVD-E360
Progressive Scan
Native CP**
AllShare
AllShare Play
Smart Hub
WiFi Built-In
Blu-ray
3D Blu-ray
Full Web Browser
BD Wise Web

**Native CP includes the ability to access five content providers: Netflix, CinemaNow, Youtube, Vudu, and Pandora.



Product Description

Samsung BD-E5700 WiFi Blu-ray Disc Player (Black)

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Customer Reviews

(And no it's not the internet connection.
Tommy Jordan
In addition Samsung's customer service is worse than AT&T. I will never buy another Samsung product.
Harry Weiler
Didn't like how manages the apps (Netflix, hulu etc).
Jorge H. Robayo

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157 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Mark Fellows on April 23, 2012
Updated: 7/11/2012 Look below..

If you look at all the reviews for all the blu-ray players across the board, you will be struck by how each player has a lot of bad reviews. Even the ones that are 4 stars, have lots of 1 star reviews associated with them. That in conjunction all the "refurbished" blu-ray players in the market should tell you something.

The main complaint I have seen is that the device won't connect to the internet. On a lot of models, people complain that when they tried to reflash the firmware in the device, the blu-ray will become completely inoperable.

For me, and this device, I have had NONE of those issues I have seen so frequently.

It took me 5 minutes to get it on my wireless network.

Once on the network, Netflix, and Pandora worked flawlessly. There was one hiccup after initial downloading of netflix and watching a movie the first time, where it said it was downloading, and then restarted, but there were no problems. It worked fine after that.

Pandora worked great the first time around.

Since hooking up the device a few days ago, it already downloaded, an reflashed firmware without any issues.

As for Blu-ray playing, it looks extraordinary.

Uprezing of standard DVD disks also surprisingly looks great. Occasionally when the movie switches scenes I will detect some horizontal lines in the picture similar to what one of my HD cameras looks like, when digital motion detection is on.

Otherwise, it looks great!

I bought the device understanding I may have issues with the internet connectivity, and not really caring as I already have lots of devices on my network that can play Pandora, and Netflix.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Sheilah on March 29, 2012
The Good: Just hooked this up. I didn't have to consult the manual- wired it to the internet, it had no problems connecting. The remote has shortcut buttons so I used those to set up the rest of the things I want like pandora and netflix. There is this thing called smarthub which is the hub for all the 'apps' and movie streaming stuff. The netflix app has a search function, which is nice. I thought the small size was a plus, not a negative like the first reviewer. Also looks aren't an issue for me- not when we have most of our appliances sitting on a too small entertainment stand with wires everywhere, lol.

The Bad:
It is surprisingly slow connecting to applications (surprising b/c its new). I would give it five stars if it had Amazon instant video access but it doesn't:( It's only been a couple days but every time I turn it on, it decides to download & install and update after I tell it to go to netflix or pandora. I don't know if this is b/c its new- I hope that it's not going to need to download something every time I try to use an app.

I will come back in a few months and add to the review when I've had a chance to get to know the dvd-player better. I've been reading reviews on other blu-ray players and it really sounds like they all suck....esp the the particular ones that have pandora, netflix AND Amazon- which is what I really wanted. So I'll keep trying this one because honestly, it sounds like the lesser of many evils.
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36 of 45 people found the following review helpful By harrynyc on April 22, 2012
I bought this player yesterday to work with a new samsung flatscreen. Player works for discs and other apps but cannot connect to netflix. I was sent back and forth between netflix customer service and samsung customer service 4 times. Samsung customer service was horrible and the agent actually hung up on me. Netflix suggested buying another brand as Samsung dvd players apparently have trouble connecting to netflix servers. I will be returning this player. Samsung has lost me as a customer. I will now buy sony or panasonic or LG. Very disappointed.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By John & Sheila Ransom on May 1, 2012
Like the positive reviews I read, the Samsung D5700 was easy to connect, and it worked fine for four month. Then on April 23, 2012, Netflix stopped working. After days of reboots, factory resets, modem and router interventions, I'm ready to throw this blu-ray player off the Coronado Bridge. On one call, Samsung customer service rep admitted that the Netflix ESN number was incorrect and promised a technician would call back either that day or the next to work through the fix. Four days later, I can only assume they don't have a fix. When I asked for my money back, they first offered to repair it, which doesn't sound very appealing, and on my next request, they said they could provide no accommodation. So, if you want a product you can count on and customer service that doesn't suck the very life out of you, I would choose another manufacturer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike L on August 5, 2012
I have it connected with HDMI to a Samsung LN32A650 TV

In spite if the reviews, regarding netflix connectivity, after discussing the stores return policy, I decided to take a chance. I am glad I did.

First, the down: It seems to be very slow to get to the menu or to start the disk. Then again, my Panasonic blu ray is a little slow as well. One of the reasons may be that I am in the process of setting up my Harmony One controller and I might not have my key mappings quite right yet.

The middle:
Folks said that they cannot access Netflix or that they have to continually log on and that it updates a lot. I have used Netflix about 15 times and did have to log in 2 times after the initial setup. Both occassions were the result of me playing with the remore. If I use it correctly, I have not been required to enter the login. Regarding the software updating, it has done that once or twice taking about 10 to 15 seconds each time. I do not have an issue with that.

It seems to work with my Harmony One remote. For Netflix, I had to manually map the keys I wanted but it seems to now work as it should. I made a separate activity for the Blu Ray and one for the Netflix. The ony addition was to create an additional button mapped to netflix. I also had to manually map the arrows.I can't fault the product for that.

I have had a problem with one regular DVD playing. It was new DVD and I got a message that it would not work and told me to clean it. I tried it in another DVD player and it worked, I tried it again in the 5700 and it worked. Maybe there was something on it and the 5700 is a little more sensitive that my 5 year old dvd player. Bottom line is it finally wirked

The Blu Ray menu is a bit confusing.
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