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Samsung BD-F5900 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Disc Player (2013 Model)

4.0 out of 5 stars 924 customer reviews
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  • Full HD 1080p Blu-ray Disc playback
  • Access streaming content and the web with built-in Wi-Fi and Smart Hub
  • 3D Blu-ray Disc playback
  • Product Dimension (WxDxH): 14.2 x 7.7 x 1.6
  • Optical Digital Audio Output via Toslink Cable
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Technical Details

  • 3D Compatiblity
  • Is HD-Ready

Product Description

Samsung BD-F5900 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Disc Player

S-Recommendation helps you find new things to watch, and Apps offer you new ways to entertain. Enjoy a simple menu, explore the web with built-in browser and Wi-Fi and stream from your other devices with AllShare. Expand your entertainment collection - watch 3D and Blu-ray, stream, or up-convert your favorite DVD to near Blu-ray quality.


Smart Hub

Smart Hub

Smart Hub provides a single location for all of your favorite smart content, giving you easy and instant access to apps, photos, videos, web browsers and much more. It's the simplest way to explore a world of entertainment.

3D Blu-ray

3D Blu-ray

Whether you are viewing a premium-quality 2D picture or
seeing incredible 3D depth, images are breathtakingly real
in Samsung Full HD. Combine with a 3D TV and 3D active
shutter glasses to view the latest Hollywood 3D titles. 3D
TV, Active glasses and content required.



The S-Recommendation feature will allow you to get Movie
and TV recommendations tailored to your taste and preference automatically.

Web Browser

Full Web Browser

Enjoy all of the benefits of full web browsing right on the big screen. Easily stream your favorite movies and TV shows,
download apps, shop online, browse the web, update your
status on Facebook and Twitter, and more.

Smart Apps

Samsung Apps

Discover a world of entertainment and access hundreds of Apps* directly through your Smart Bluray Player that let you stream music, movies, TV shows and more.

Built-in WiFi

Built-in Wi-Fi

Connect to your network wirelessly with Built-in WiFi.

What's Included:

BD-F5900 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Disc Player, Remote Control, 2 AAA Batteries, and Documentation

BD-F5900 Specifications

Samsung Disc Player Comparison Chart

Series BD-F7500 BD-F5900 BD-E5400 BD-F5100 DVD-E360 DVD-C500
4K Upscaling

Smart Blu-ray
5 Content Partners*
3 Content Partners**
Full Web Browser

Built-in Wi-Fi

7.1 Analog Outputs

Quick Start Mode

1/1 1/1 1/0 1/0

*Five content partners: Netflix, CinemaNow, Youtube, Vudu, and Pandora.

**Three content partners: Netflix, Pandora, and Youtube

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Samsung
Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 14.2 x 7.7 x 1.6 inches
Item model number BD-F5900
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Black
Special Features 3D Compatiblity, Is HD-Ready

Additional Information

Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 924 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #24,342 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#108 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Blu-ray Players & Recorders > Blu-ray Players
Shipping Weight 4.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available February 17, 2013

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I bought this from Best Buy, not from Amazon, but I felt compelled to write a mini-review of my experience with this device. As a standalone blu-ray player, its great. Not much to say about it. However half of this device is the Smart Hub. Samsung, in their infinite wisdom, decided to tie every app down to their unreliable servers. If the Samsung servers go down (and they do a LOT) you can't use any apps. The first day I bought it everything worked great and I was very happy with it, it even had a couple apps that I really wanted that non-Samsung smart TVs and BD players do not have (Verizon FiOS app and GLWiz app). Second day at around noon, no app seemed to work. I thought I had an internet problem, but no, Internet was fine and the BD player was connected. I kept trying throughout the day and still nothing. I thought it was a problem with the player so I took it back to Best Buy and exchanged it. Once I set it up, same problem, could not access any apps in the Smart Hub. So I did some searching and found out that this is a common issue with Samsung products, their servers go down regularly, sometimes for a day. Sure enough it was almost down a day as I couldn't access the apps until the next morning. Everything seemed to work fine for about three days until once again Samsung's servers went down. Absolutely ridiculous and unacceptable. I was done with this product and returned it.
No other company making smart products does this, Samsung seems to be the only one that decided to use their own servers. Instead of each app being independent of each other, they are all tied to Samsung's unreliable servers. If you do some research you will find that Samsung servers have a reliability of about 97%, which may seem like a high number but generally companies strive for 99.99% or higher server uptime. 97% is absolutely horrible.
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I purchased this unit even though there were no product reviews at the time of my purchase. It is apparently a new model. I wanted a Samsung player because I have a Samsung TV and I wanted the ease of a single remote out of the box. Even though some of the other Samsung players had less than 5 star reviews, I wanted to take the chance, and Im glad I did. This player immediately recognized my home wi-fi network and completed the firmware update very quickly. When I told it to check for an update again, it did find a second update which ran just as quickly. A little odd it didn't go to the latest update automatically, but no big deal. The Smart Hub works fine including Netflix, although I still think the picture quality of Netflix is better through my AppleTV. The blue ray discs load very quickly and both the 3D and 2D picture quality is amazing. I highly recommend this very reasonably priced player.
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This player does a fine job of playing DVDs or Blurays. The discs load very quickly. The timer that is on the front of the player is very bright. I have not found a way to dim it yet. It is so bright and distracting during a movie that I may have to block it until the movie is finished. The App section of the player can be compared to a Roku which I have. The Apps load very slowly compared to the Roku. Once loaded they are all almost identical. I browsed around a few that are not on the Roku - Bravo and Discovery Channel - and was unable to find any full episodes to watch. Either it said no episodes available or just clips were available.

The web browser with the remote reminded me of my old Web TV from years ago. You really have to use a wireless keyboard and mouse to use the browser. Even then you will be limited as the browser has no java, active x or any online purchasing/shopping. I may order the keyboard and mouse combo but not sure if the expense is worth it for such a limited browser.

Overall it is a big improvement from my other bluray players. I will provide updates as I use it over the next few weeks.

UPDATE - I have tried to watch videos from CBS, ABC, NBC and Hulu. Only CBS videos would play and with problems. I watched a full episode of "Criminal Minds" but during the show the screen saver kept popping up. Apparently the web browser will activate the screen saver if the remote is not used for about 10 minutes. The next day I tried to watch a full episode of "CSI" and the player turned off twice during the show so I gave up. The videos did look very good when they played. The web browser is not a good substitute for any other device but if you are bored I guess you can spend some time using it.

UPDATE: The remote has glow in the dark buttons! And the blurays that I have watched so far look much better then my other bluray players.
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I'm a cord-cutter. I don't subscribe to cable, and I barely ever watch over-the-air broadcasts. For years now, I've been looking for something that could offer a set-top box experience that was close to a good HTPC without actually being an HTPC. My concern is that most HTPC setups with XBMC are a bit clunky when it comes to non-techie people using them. Sure, XBMC is handy and slick, but support for online services like Netflix, Crackle, and others of that sort is a bit of a mess, requiring you to essentially exit XBMC and load them in a web browser. They aren't dedicated apps, and it shows. The web browser experience for Netflix is pretty poor compared to some of their dedicated apps, as is the web browser interface for Crackle. XBMC also requires a great deal of setup and teaching for non-techie users, and can be screwed up pretty easily with the wrong button presses. In short, between video problems, needing to launch external applications to use streaming services, and the technical nature of XBMC, it's just not ideal for a household where you have kids or non-techie family members who just want to watch some TV or movies.

I have had the following set-top boxes and media devices over the years:
Roku 2 XS
Roku 3
WD TV Live Plus (several generations)
Boxee Box
Sony SMP-N200 Media Player
Sony BDP-S185 Blu-ray Disc Player
Sony PS3 (fat and slim, both)
Microsoft Xbox 360 (launch beast, and slim models)
Micca Slim HD
iMito MX2 Android Stick
Ouya console

...And a few others. I've returned or sold ALL of them over the years because they all fell short in one way or another.
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