Samsung BD-C6500 Blu-Ray Player with Built-In Wi-Fi + Free 2 Year Guarantee £89 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Great price, seems to be at least £40-£50 more elsewhere and you get a better guarantee here.

Bring the cinema experience into your own living room with the Samsung BD-C6500 blu-ray player with built-in Wi-fi. The slimline design complements any décor whilst with the Samsung Apps and AllShare features, there is always something new to enjoy. Samsung Apps provides a vast and growing collection of web-based TV apps to download, while AllShare lets you share content amongst your devices.

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Movies, sports, games, music – whatever you’re into. The minimalist design and beautifully curved, two-tone body is just 33mm across, and the player teams a glossy black top surface with silver metallic body. Simply glide your fingers along the intuitive, touch-control interface to easily manage your entertainment. Mood-enhancing illuminations complete the sublime effect.

The convenient Search All feature lets you search for information or content using your blu-ray player. It’ll rummage around files on your player, laptop, the internet and other compatible devices on your home network and makes photos, videos and up-to-date news freely available to share on the big screen. With just a couple of clicks on your remote, you’ll find content related to the program you’re watching or even access information and other features like video-on-demand (VOD), Apps, and more.

You’ll have access to Samsung’s vast, and growing, library of Web-connected TV Apps, which provide a quick and easy way to access your favourite content - without ever turning on a PC. You’ll have instant access to services such as Facebook, YouTube, Lovefilm and BBC iPlayer.

Using the built-in Wi-Fi feature, movies, TV programs, or whatever you’re watching on your blu-ray player, can be seamlessly shared between DLNA certified devices, allowing you to enjoy an expansive range of multimedia content wherever you are in the home.

View your holiday snaps on the big screen thanks to the BD-C6500’s JPEG playback and when you play your existing DVDs you will also notice the difference in quality, cleverly upscaling the content, providing you with a greater viewing experience.
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#1
Wow! Sub £100 with built in WiFi, this is HOT
#2
Excellant deal!
banned#4
before you buy this check out the EXCELLENT Sony s470
#5
Thanks OP just ordered for the bedroom tv. I also noticed this while browsing otherwise unspectacular JL Sale and was surprised to see it in there. I wonder how does this comapres to BDD6500.

http://www.johnlewis.com/231236078/Product.aspx?s_kenid=6bed0f63-141b-d7c8-0b5e-000044b069ab&s_kwcid=7x380478

@ horacevankhute,

i can see why some folks are after you here. The Sony s470 hasnt got builtin wifi, which alone would cost some small change. So its no use comparing these two. Having said that i ve a comparable BDPS570, which is an excellent player with wifi but also costs 150£+. Conclusion: This is a good deal.

Edited By: wh431 on Jun 23, 2011 00:07
#6
I have one of these and it's a superb machne. Also plays damn near every format from a USB drive. Highly recommended.

Wish I got mine at this price
#7
horacevankhute
before you buy this check out the EXCELLENT Sony s470


I may be wrong but i seem to remember reading the exact same line yesterday regarding another bluray player, if that was you why do you keep crowing about the Sony? the Samsung players have the best web portal of any player so why would you want to check out your Sony.
#8
polly69
if that was you why do you keep crowing about the Sony?

Because that's the BD player he has. As far as he's concerned, if he's got it then it must be the best in the world, ever! He will then run down every competing product on here which isn't of the same brand and vote it cold.


Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 23, 2011 02:51
#9
He's a troll and is now suspended, it's been a long time coming :P
#10
He's been suspended before, that didn't stop him.
#11
wow - built in wi-fi and only £89 - ordered !
#12
Superb deal nice one cheers
#13
Anyone know if this supports lovefilm or i player, read a few reviews that says it doesn't?
#14
The D series has HD JPEG and 2d->3d conversion.

BBC iplayer i think which the C does not.
#15
Great deal. I had a to pay a rip-off £60 for the wireless USB dongle for mine alone.
#16
looks like its expired, £199 now :\
#17
marteee
looks like its expired, £199 now :\

? - still says £89 when I look at it.

So very tempted by this...
1 Like #18
Wish i had £89 spare :(
#19
cyclops77
Anyone know if this supports lovefilm or i player, read a few reviews that says it doesn't?

From reading reviews, sounds like there was a software update in March 2011 that brought Iplayer on board.

Don't know about Lovefilm - but it'd be a bit cheeky if it didn't, given that they advertise it as a feature on the JL website oO
#20
weird, came up £199 when I clicked earlier! :o
banned#21
Does this play MKV's from a USB pen? ... Also does anyone know if this player can be made region-free via a code easily enough?

I've been looking around for a multiregion 3D player which plays MKV's and with built-in WiFi and the only one I can find is the LG BX580.
#22
I'm new to all this Blu-Ray business - could anyone tell me what cables do i need? I fear some fancy-ass £50 HDMI cable?
#23
just ordered for my parents... now they have better tech than me!!!

They needed a way to play mkv off usb and dvd's without to much hassle and without too many seperate units (I have WDTV, htpc etc.. too confusing for them) so this fits the bill perfectly. Having the 7.1 analog audio is fantastic too as they have an older type reciever with analog and optical inputs.

Great find at this price, heat added and looking forward to playing with it :)
1 Like #24
andym1000
I'm new to all this Blu-Ray business - could anyone tell me what cables do i need? I fear some fancy-ass £50 HDMI cable?

No need for super expensive cables. If you are not using this in a cinema with AV critis sitting infront of the screen a stanard £5 cable will do.
The signals are digital so they don't really detorriate over short distances. Only thing is if you are using the 3D capailities then make sure the cable is HDMI V1.4, most are nowadays.

this will do the job http://www.kenable.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=246_110_228&products_id=4732

I have used kenable.co.uk many times and have never let me down :o)
#25
drunken_prozac
andym1000
I'm new to all this Blu-Ray business - could anyone tell me what cables do i need? I fear some fancy-ass £50 HDMI cable?


No need for super expensive cables. If you are not using this in a cinema with AV critis sitting infront of the screen a stanard £5 cable will do.
The signals are digital so they don't really detorriate over short distances. Only thing is if you are using the 3D capailities then make sure the cable is HDMI V1.4, most are nowadays.

this will do the job http://www.kenable.co.uk/product_info.php?cPath=246_110_228&products_id=4732

I have used kenable.co.uk many times and have never let me down :o)


Brilliant mate, very helpful thanks :)
#26
Dont think its expired as i have just ordered for collection at stated price of £89 00
banned#27
bigwelsh
Does this play MKV's from a USB pen? ... Also does anyone know if this player can be made region-free via a code easily enough?

I've been looking around for a multiregion 3D player which plays MKV's and with built-in WiFi and the only one I can find is the LG BX580.


Also can anyone confirm that the start-up times are as nifty as everyone claims? ... The multiregion thing is still my main gripe ... I'm struggling to find any codes for it online ... Still tempted for this price ... HOT :3
#28
Looking at other sites, this seems to also have an internal 1gb drive.

Ordered, ta.
#29
Anyone know what the streaming is like on this? Also, can it play (or be made to play) multi-region DVD's?
#30
So this does play MKV's off a usb stick then? I have ethernet so the wifi thing is not really needed, should I just get a cheaper one than this or is this player worth the extra? Ive only just started to want a bluray player recently as my xbox wont play HD mkvs off a stick...
#31
Sorry another question for any of you DNS323 or similar owners, can this play the MKV directly from that as I have a home network at present feeding 2 computers and 2 360's?
#32
Seandaytona
So this does play MKV's off a usb stick then? I have ethernet so the wifi thing is not really needed, should I just get a cheaper one than this or is this player worth the extra? Ive only just started to want a bluray player recently as my xbox wont play HD mkvs off a stick...


I'm also interested in this - does the thing have an ethernet port too? Also, does anywhere list the supported formats?
#33
andym1000
I'm new to all this Blu-Ray business - could anyone tell me what cables do i need? I fear some fancy-ass £50 HDMI cable?


£50

£1.05
#34
Mutli region or not multi region...that is the question:|

Been looking all over but very hard to find reference to a code for this machine
#35
Ordered thank you, and to all you knowledgeable people whose comments are much appreciated thank you.
#36
Nice one ordered.
#38
Ordered too. Thanks OP
#39
andym1000
I'm new to all this Blu-Ray business - could anyone tell me what cables do i need? I fear some fancy-ass £50 HDMI cable?


I use simple £1 cables and have never had a problem. The signal is digital so you get little or no degradation unles of course you require a very long cable.
#40
Damn this site costs me a fortune.

I've been looking for one for my bedroom. It has to be wireless as the connection is downstairs & I wanted Lovefilm, Iplayer etc so I can watch tv in bed!

Bargain! Thanks OP.

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