The BD format has broad support from the major movie studios. In fact, majority of the prominent movie studios have released movies in the Blu-ray format. These are Disney, Fox, Warner, Paramount, Sony, Lionsgate and MGM. Six studios are releasing their movies exclusively in the Blu-ray format; they are Disney, Fox, Sony, Warner, Lionsgate and MGM.
From a glance, the first thing that you will notice about the Samsung PN50C7000 is its design. Instead of showing off a gaudy futuristic, trend-clasping design, this TV opts for the timeless classic look. Many TV models sports very modern and catchy designs that are bound to go outdated and look old-fashioned in a year or two. Personally, I prefer classic designs as they are guaranteed to remain fashionable for many years to come and the Samsung PN50C7000 is just that.
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The big feature of the BDP-CX7000ES is the ability to store 400 disc at one time. So being able to manage these discs is very significant. As mention previously, the player is large, but considering the amount of discs that can be stored, it has a very neat compact design. The player is a Profile 2.0 so it has the ability to connect to the internet. Here you can take advantage of the Gracenote service, which provides information regarding the discs you are playing. The player uses Sony’s XMB interface to navigate your way through your movie library.
It’s a fantastic product if you like watching Pacotes SKY movies on a large HD TV monitor. Another plus is you can surf from your TV without getting up to turn the computer on. The remote control that also acts as a remote wireless keyboard and mouse also allows you to surf, or send emails online without getting up from bed.
The unit is also unable to record in HD although it can show HD quality movies. It’s strange that the feature doesn’t go both ways. North American users may be the most disappointed users when they find out that it doesn’t support North American channels automatically.
We also loved the large array of manual picture settings that are available on the Samsung PN50C7000. This allows greater control over setting the picture appearance to suit a particular movie or your personal preference. Most importantly, it did a great job at playing HD movies. 3D movies played well on this model; in fact it did a better job than many other competing 3D LED HDTVs. It had very deep black levels and accurate colors even in bright ambient lighting thanks to its anti-reflective coating on its screen. All in all, the Samsung PN50C7000 has proven to be an excellent HDTV model, whether you plan to use it to watch 3D or 2D movies. At the time of writing, this HDTV is retailing at just around $1699 per unit.