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Samsung BD-E5900 3D WiFi Blu-ray Disc Player (Black)

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  • Samsung Smart Hub enabled
  • WiFi built-in
  • Web browser
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Item Weight2.6 pounds
Product Dimensions7.7 x 14.2 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberBD-E5900
Color NameBlack
Number of Component OutputsHDMI
  
Additional Information
ASINB0076R7F1M
Best Sellers Rank #19,041 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.3 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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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model: BD-E5900
  • Color Name: Black
  • Weight: 4.00 pounds

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 and use the fully optimized web browser for a seamless user experience.

3D Blu-ray

Play 3D titles or intensify your viewing experience with the Samsung 3D Blu-ray player*.

*Full 3D experience requires 3D-native content, 3D TV, and 3D active glasses.

AllShare Play

Enable your Blu-ray player to access and stream content from any compatible device, like a PC, smartphone, tablet, or camera. That means you can share movies, photos, and music all through a single device - your Blu-ray player. Now with the benefits of cloud technology, you can access and even share content when you're away from home.

Built-In WiFi

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

Full Web Browser and BD Wise Web

Easily stream your favorite movies and TV shows, download apps, shop online, browse the web, and update your Facebook and Twitter all on your TV through your Blu-ray player. With Samsung BD Wise Web, you can watch web-quality videos in high definition on your TV. It automatically optimizes Internet videos by boosting picture quality so that images are crisp and text is legible. BD Wise Web can even resize the video ratio so that the edges aren't cropped off.

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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 7.7 Inches
Weight: 2.7 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-E5900 3D WiFi Blu-ray Disc Player (Black)

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Streaming apps work great also.
Darren
It was fairly easy to set up, and the picture quality is very good.
Kenneth Rubin
The browser does not work, the remote control is so basic.
JR

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

171 of 183 people found the following review helpful By CB on March 6, 2012
I just bought the Samsung E5900 Blu ray player yesterday despite not finding a single review of this player online. I bought this mostly for the smart, streaming and integration features and have not had a chance to actually play a movie yet.

Setup
The initial wizard was easy to follow and connect to my Wi-Fi network. Despite this being a fairly new device, it took about 20 minutes to install numerous updates.

Video streaming services
It supports numerous services, but not Amazon Video on-demand. There are apps that you can download to watch MLB.TV and other services. Youtube and Pandora are great.

App store
It has a pretty full app store with a lot of apps. I've only tried Pandora and Facebook and they both work. They have some neat features to link to your accounts through activation codes so you don't have to type in your username and password on a remote.

Allshare
It found my western digital NAS drive and connected no problem.. It played music from the drive and loaded photos with no problem. It plays videos from my Flip Video no problem. Some formats, maybe from an Iphone, were not supported. Samsung found my iPad and PC but I was unable to play from my PC due to no permission and unable to play from my iPad due to no buttons or instructions.

Smartphone / Tablet remote control apps
Very disappointing - they just emulate the remote that comes with it with not a single added benefit. You don't get a keyboard on any (iPad, iPhone, Android) to help with app searches or youtube. I would really like it to even give feedback right on your device so that you don't have to always look at the screen while using the remote app. Time warner has apps like this to program your DVR.
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184 of 202 people found the following review helpful By CD on May 7, 2012
We bought the BD-E5900 over the weekend to replace an old JVC DVD player that is prone to skipping. We picked the Samsung due to its long list of features and Samsung's good reputation.

Externally, here are the pros and cons:
Pros: Small and sleek form factor, simple front display, USB interface (useful for updates)
Cons: Limited connection options on back: HDMI output, a coax audio output and a Ethernet input. LED front panel display only 4 characters (small).

Things started poorly when we tried unsuccessfully for 45 minutes to connect it to our wireless network. Sometimes it would see the router, sometimes not. The signal was consistently 2 bars and worked fine with our LG HDTV and a laptop in the same room.

Skipping the networking step, we tried out our first Blu-Ray DVD. It took a long time to load and played for about five seconds before an image came on screen, but when it came up, the image quality was gorgeous. If this is the way it always worked, this would be an excellent player.

Most of our collection is regular DVD, so we ejected the disk and put a DVD in. No video. In fact, our TV reported no signal from the Blu-Ray player. The time counter on the player counted up to 20, but there was no output to the TV, and we couldn't even get to the player's setup GUI. We tried a different DVD, same result. Back to the Blu-Ray. Didn't work. Power cycled. Blu-Ray disk worked and the setup menus were back.

The documentation indicated that firmware updates could resolve playback issues, so we downloaded the latest firmware via laptop from Samsung to a USB stick. Removed the Blu-Ray and power cycled.
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58 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Debra B on March 28, 2012
I recommend this player highly with one reservation/gripe. The default settings were not right for me.

As another (2 star) review mentioned, out of the box, the audio is not producing 5.1 surround. There are 2 settings under the audio menu for the player. One is PCM vs Bitstream. The Samsung online site Says "bitstream" required, but there are 3 choices for bitstream. (Dolby Digital seems to work, though I have no way of knowing if it is optimal.)

There is also a default setting that down-converts all audio to stereo. I suppose this is so that out-of-the-box it will work with any configuration, but it isn't mentioned in the online "debug audio 5.1" faqs.

Anyway. If you set the Audio stream to "bitsteam" and turn the "stereo down-convert" off, it produces 5.1 surround. (Probably 7.1 surround as well. Though who knows)

The rest of the features are great. I haven't played around with all of the WiFi stuff, but it seems sufficient to me. For now. (Roku or Boxee Box may be needed for everything I want to do... but I haven't gottent that far. (Have owned the unit about 1 week, and have spent a lot of time looking into the auido issues.)
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By CaseyG on May 1, 2012
Home Connection Specs: 6Mbps Internet; connected player by both Wifi and Ethernet Cable; no other devices powered on during Blu-Ray install and use.

Pros: Set-up was easy for both WiFi and Ethernet Cable. Firmware update was automatic, so I would do your initial set-up by Ethernet Cable just to avoid any issues created by WiFi such as an inadequate signal. SmartHub interface is nice with several FREE apps available at Samsung for download. Blu-Ray disc play well within the standards you would expect from a player in this price range. Streamed movies on Netflix loaded quickly and ran a little better than with my existing Roku box.

Cons: The Web Browser is way too slow so if you don't have a wireless keyboard and mouse that is compatible, forget trying to navigate the browser using the controller that is included. The Web Browser does not support Java or Flash video so playing content from Websites like CBS.com, worked extremely poorly if at all. Streamed television shows on HuluPlus had reload issues coming out of a commercial or would not play a commercial at all and would just stall. Wireless Logitec Keyboard and Mouse would not install with customer support not able to answer my question as to which brands and models of wireless devices work work, only that USB Keyboards could not be used. They simply answered by spiting out the FAQ answer that I already knew, and since I was not using a USB device and spelled out what I wanted to do, I doubt my question was actually read.

Summary: I bought this player just because of the Web Browser and was very disappointed in its lack of usability. The hardware is probably just not up to speed yet, although the lack of Java and Flash support does not help either.
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