The BD-C7900 is one of Samsung’s newest 3D Blu-ray DVD Players. At a list price of $399.99 it should be considered their “Top of the Line” model. It replaces the earlier player BD-C6900, which is now listed at $349.99. Very similar in style and features, however the BD-C7900 is equipped with two HDMI Outputs. This added feature can be very useful for those wanting to enjoy 3D entertainment at home with the least amount of upgrading to their Home Theater System.
A recent survey by Interpret, LLC, an independent research company dealing with economic trends of consumers, stated that 35 percent of the consumers they questioned will be buying a 3DTV within a year. That percentage is up from the first quarter of this year. It also states that the main drawbacks for most consumers are the price and the requirement of wearing 3D glasses.
VIDEO QUALITY: You can connect the BD-C7900 video via the HDMI(ver1.4) Output, Component Video Outputs or the Composite Video Outputs. The best connection would be through the HDMI Output which can support both 1080p/60 and 1080p/24 output resolutions. Making adjustment to the images can be done through three preset picture modes or through a user mode which allows you to adjust sharpness and noise reduction. Samsung has included a feature called Screen Fit that automatically changes 21:9 aspect ratio movies to 16:9 aspect. This will get rid of those irritating black bars that crowd the TV screen.
After finishing recording, a green tick mark will appear in front of the file. Right click the file in the list and select “Open folder” option to view the files saved in your PC.
Computers have moved a great deal from the earlier versions in white and grey or black. Now the colorful versions with features to play video or audio files of your choice are available. There are various formats that are available in the market. One of them is the Windows Media Video that is more commonly known as WMV. This is a very popular and easy to play format. Most of the audio players have the option to play this format. WMV was initially developed by the Microsoft Corporation and its major purpose was to use for Pacotes SKY in internet explorer. It also had the capability to pick and play the files stored on the hard disk.
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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.