Originally Posted by STEELERSRULE
If you are referring to Star Trek Season 1(Original Series), this has happened to me with certain episodes on that series, but no others as of yet.
When it fades to a cut scene, and then comes back, the audio is gone. i then have to stop it, and then go to "resume playing episode", and all is well.
I t has happened as recently as today on Star Trek season 1 via Netflix stream. It happened with 2.4, and now 2.5 apparently. So it might be on Netflix's end.
Might just be a Netflix streaming issue. One of the PBS documentary's I streamed, "Empire of the Sky" about the beginnings of radio, had a really bad delay in the audio.
Not at the beginning of the program, but about 2-3 minutes in the audio was off like 2-3 seconds from the mouths. Since most of the talking is done off camera, it made no difference in the enjoyment of the documentary. But when people cam eon screen, it looked like one of those badly dubbed Japanese Monster movies.
So I think it is the Series streamed from Netflix, and not the player.
First off, have to take issue with your handle, me being a Seahawks fan. You know the rest...
But, that aside, yes, it was Star Trek season 1, HD, where I had the audio loss. In particular, Episode 4, "The Naked Time". The opening scenes on the planet were fine, but when it cut from there to the classic opening, with the Enterprise flashing across space, and the swoosh, the sound was gone.
However, I just tried to duplicate the problem several times, and had no sound loss across that scene transition.
This was the first episode I watched after going from 2.3 to the new 2.5. I had watched a couple full episodes, and parts of several others, under 2.3, with no issues. Its a tricky issue to figure out.
Also, on a different issue, my initial 24fps "On" setting has not changed, even though the unit has been powered off/on several times, and I've watched DVD's and Netflix.
But I think a bigger issue for me at this point, is the time it takes to buffer and start playing Netflix. Bad enough at the beginning, but each time I pause, RR or FF, it has to re-buffer, and takes just as long. The unit has a GB of memory, why can't it be used to buffer a few minutes? Or use the USB port to to add some extra memory, if necessary? Quite annoying.