Plenty of recording space, no loss in quality
Now you don’t have to worry about having enough room for all your recordings. Samsung HDD built-in Blu-ray disc players enables you to record and consolidate digital media files in a single device. Any broadcasting programme from terrestrial, cable and satellite are recordable with an amazing 1TB of hard disk space. Depending on recording conditions, maximum recording times are 240 hours for HD and 480 hours for SD. * Broadcasting certification differs by country
Access more, easy-search content, and get recommendations
An integrated Smart Hub brings a world of online content to your home entertainment system. Video and music on demand are all in easy reach. Forget trawling through websites to find entertainment – Search All and Your Video use your viewing habits to zoom you to the content you’re seeking and to recommend new delights. Built-in Wi-Fi and Samsung AllShare enable you to create a wireless home network and Samsung Apps await to boost your experience further.
- Touch Pad Control Buttons
- Slot-in Deck Type
- VFD Front Display
- 2D to 3D Conversion
- All Share (DLNA)
- BD Profile 5.0
- BD Wise Auto Image Setup
- Full Screen capabilities
- Hyper Real Video Engine
- 1GB Local Storage
- Smart Hub
- 3 Second Boot Time
- 1080p DVD Output
- AVC HD
Samsung BD-D8900M review
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Convergence is king with Samsung's 3D Blu-ray deck with built-in 1TB hard disk and Freeview HD
alaTest has collected and analysed 31 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the size. The design also gets good feedback. Comments are divided on the value for money.
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Ask & Answer
9 Questions3 Answers
Is there any difference between BD-D8900 and BD-D8500 except HDD capacity?
Will R on 2011-05-12
Yes, the BD-D8900 has a larger HDD capacity. The DB-D8500 has 500 MB. The BD-D8900 has 1 TB.
topher on 2011-09-28
Can I series record with the BDD8900?
Mint on 2011-06-20
Yes you can, when you select to timer record a programme, (Numb3rs for example) the player states that this is part of a...
Aido on 2011-06-26