• The BD-C7900 supports 3D playback, when mated with other 3D-capable components. It includes dual HDMI outputs to send separate signals to your 3D HDTV and A/V receiver.• The BD-C7900 supports 1080p/24 playback of Blu-ray discs.
• The player has internal decoding and bitstream output of high-resolution audio sources.
• It supports BD-Live and BonusView.
• You can wirelessly connect the BD-C7900 to your network, and it has internal memory for BD-Live storage.
• The BD-C7900 supports DLNA media streaming and Samsung Apps, for video-on-demand and other Web services.
• The BD-C7900 lacks multichannel analog audio outputs, so it's not the best choice for someone who owns an older, non-HDMI A/V receiver.
• This player lacks an advanced control port like RS-232.
If your 3D Blu-ray player is going to be part of a complete home
theater system, with all of the audio signals running through a preamp
or A/V receiver, then don't underestimate the convenience of dual HDMI
outputs on the player. You've already paid to upgrade to a 3D-capable
TV and Blu-ray player, and you've probably had to purchase several
pairs of 3D glasses. Do you really want to upgrade to a 3D-capable
receiver, too? If not, then the BD-C7900 is definitely worth a look.
For those of you who have already upgraded your receiver or just don't
need the dual HDMI outputs, you might want to consider the new BD-C6800
instead. It offers the same features as the BD-C7900 - like built-in
WiFi, onboard memory, DLNA media streaming, and Samsung Apps - for an
MSRP of $279.99.