Sony BD-ES6500

The BD-ES6500 is one of Samsung's Blu-ray players announced at CES 2012. Unlike the smaller BD-ES6000, it includes two HDMI ports to help streamline a user's home theater: instead of hooking into the TV, game consoles and set-top boxes can be hooked directly into the player. It also supports 3D Blu-ray, and includes Wi-Fi, DLNA, and access to the Samsung Smart Hub for apps. Rounding out the package are iOS and Android remote apps for when you lose the remote in the couch.

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: 2012

Basic Specs

Supported disc format(s) Blu-ray
Media streaming DLNA

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Tech Specs

Hardware
3D decoding Yes
Optical Drive
Supported disc format(s) Blu-ray
Software
Media streaming DLNA
Input ports
HDMI input(s) 2
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
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