Samsung UBD-K8500/ZA Wi-fi- 3D Blu-ray Player
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The Ultimate Blu-Ray Experience
UBD-K8500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player
At a Glance:
- Enjoy the Ultimate Cinematic Experience with 4K UHD Resolution
- Outstanding Picture Quality, Color and Brightness for Viewing HDR Content
- Reveals up to 64X Greater Color Expression than Conventional Blu-ray
- Fast Action Moves Super Smooth Across the Screen with 60 frames per second
UBD-K8500 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player
Elevate your home entertainment viewing with the new Samsung UBD-K8500 Ultra HD Blu-ray Player-designed to deliver the ultimate cinematic experience. Enjoy incredible picture quality, a wider color range and dramatic detail with a Blu-ray player capable of upscaling all lower resolution media to a stunning ultra-high definition resolution. Plus, this Ultra HD Blu-ray Player features a sleek, curved design-matching seamlessly with any Samsung Curved SUHD TV.
What's in the Box:
- Blu-ray Player
- Remote Controller
True-to-Life Images in Incredible Detail
With stunning UHD 4K resolution, Samsung’s Ultra HD Blu-ray Player gives you 4 times the picture quality of existing Samsung Blu-ray players. It also boasts incredibly life-like images with 4K UHD playback.
Incredible Cinema Quality at Home
With HDR technology, the Ultra HD Blu-ray Player puts the movie set in your living room, delivering dynamic UHD content in exceptional quality. Experience sharp contrasts and brightness with deeper blacks and brighter whites.
Enjoy More Vivid and Breathtaking Color
The Ultra HD Blu-ray Player offers twice the colour range of existing conventional Blu-ray players and 64 times higher colour expressions, surpassing the digital cinema standard. Enjoy realistic picture quality like never before.
Bring your TV to Life with UHD Upscaling
The Ultra HD Blu-ray Player lets you upscale all your content to near UHD, giving you crystal-clear images with 4X the resolution of Full HD. Now you can watch all your favorite movies as if you are in the middle of the scene.
*Upscaled image quality can vary depending on the source resolution.
Outstanding 4K Streaming Service
Stream the latest 4K movies to your living room on demand at high speeds*. Access a wide range of content from online providers such as Netflix and Amazon, as well as your favorite offline shows.
*Speed can vary depending on your Internet connection.
**Netflix is only available in certain countries.
The Ultimate Universal Disc Player
The Ultra HD Blu-ray Player has outstanding compatibility, letting you play all the old music CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs that you have collected over the years. Now you can enjoy all your favorite movies in UHD quality.
Elegant and Modern Curved Design
The design of the UBD-K8500 Blu-ray Player perfectly matches your Samsung SUHD TV. With a unique brushed design, Samsung’s Ultra HD Blu-ray Player gives your living room a modern finishing touch.
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Note: Samsung India is not selling 4k players in India, and is least interested in answering customer queries. You can source it from UK, for Rs 17-18k (ask your friend in UK to bring along if possible 😅) I got it for 18k along with 3 movies (4k hdr)
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I bought a Sumsung 65HU9000 4K TV almost exactly 2 years ago, and recently purchased the K8500 4K player. Although the player ran BluRays beautifully at 1080p, the 4K discs would not play as the HDMI 4 port in the tv was not recognized as being HDCP 2.2 compliant ( as I understand it, HDCP 2.2 is a encryption protocol designed to prevent piracy - 4K discs simply will not play on a TV that isn't compliant). I called Samsung tech support and after an exhaustive differential diagnostic process, it was determined that either the TV or the player had a hardware problem. This is the cool part - instead of making me pay a couple hundred bucks for a new One Connect box that might or might not solve the problem on a very out of warrantee tv, they gave me an extended warranty for free and had a tech drive to my home and fix the tv (the one connect box was the problem as it turns out - the tech simply gave me a new one and installed it for free). In a nutshell, Samsung chose to spend a few hundred dollars to delight me, when they could easily have taken the typical "car dealership" approach which is to basically screw you out of every penny possible both coming and going.
Hmmmmmm... That was almost a rant, sorry about that. On to the performance of the player...
I had a friend over last night and we watched Star Wars The Force Awakens on BluRay, and The Martian on 4K UltraHD disk. We also compared the opening scene of The Martian on BluRay and 4K Disc by playing them back to back. Our non-technical consensus was that there was a big jump in picture quality from the BluRay to the 4K for that particular movie. We tried the same thing with the Wave scene in San Andreas, and couldn't tell the difference (we "blinded" ourselves in this little subjective experiment - she swapped the discs without telling me which type was playing, and visa versa). Star Wars was gorgeous on BluRay at 1080p - I can't wait to see it in 2160p when/if they offer a 4K release. I saw it in an IMAX theatre, and I frankly thought the picture was better on my home system.
At the end of the day, if you are in a position to indulge your curiosity as to how far home picture quality has come, go for it! If you are a videophile on a tight budget, wait a bit, and this will drop in price especially as other players like LG, Sony, etc jump into the game. Also, realize that not all 4K discs are or will be made equal.
I hope you found this review to be useful!
The additional features like Samsung apps are okay, but they are a bit slow to open and run, so I am using the apps on my TV instead. The menu navigation on this player is slow to respond to clicks on the remote so it gets a bit frustrating to have such a state of the art player that feels antiquated because of how slow it responds to the remote.
If you are going to use this primarily as a Blu-ray player, it is awesome. But if you will be using apps, buy a newer and faster player.
On a side note, I purchased a used one here on Amazon and it still had someone else's Samsung account and e-mail address signed into it. I reset the player to defaults to make sure that this user was no longer associated with the device and so it was set up to my liking. Tip: if you are going to return something, always make sure you reset it to defaults first so your information is not compromised. :)