Samsung is billing it as the company's most advanced 4K UHD Blu-ray player yet, promising "the very best" in picture quality and a bunch of features that make it easier to connect and use.
Here's what the UBD-M9500 is made of, where you can get one, and how much it will set you back.
It's got high dynamic range (HDR) support for HDR-capable TVs, and an expanded colour spectrum promising twice the colour range of most standard Blu-ray players.
There's content-streaming to mobile devices, Bluetooth wireless audio, 360-degree photo and video viewing - as well as Samsung's UI platform making it possible to navigate menus with the One Remote. There's automatic setup of HDR and audio outputs, too.
Just the specs, please
- Color: Black
- Design Concept: Curved with Touch Control Buttons and Front OLED Display
- Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
- CD Ripping
- Multiroom Compatible
- Apps Platform: Smart Blu-ray with Full Web Browser and Samsung Apps Smart Hub
- Samsung Smart Blu-ray
- Dolby Decoding Channel: 7.1 ch
- DTS Decoding Channel: 7.1 ch
- HD Up-Scaling
- UHD Up-scale
- Video Upscale (DVD)
- 360-degree view
- HDMI Out
- N Screen (BD to Mobile)
- USB Connectivity: 1 (side)
- Optical Digital Audio Outputs
- Stand-by Power Consumption (Main): 0.3W
- Operating Power Consumption (Main): 22W
- Rating Voltage: AC110-120V ~50/60Hz
- Ultra HD Blu-ray
- DVD / DVD±R / DVD±RW
- 4K Blu-ray
- Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 15.98" x 1.77" x 8.88"
- Product Weight (lb.): 4.19
- Shipping Dimensions (W x H x D): 18.19" x 4.57" x 11.26"
- Shipping Weight (lb.): 6.17
Price and availability
The UBD-M9500 is now available "from selected retailers" for $599