I bought the N460 a couple of weeks ago, and this past weekend I got the linksys WET610 Bridge for wireless and setup Netflix. First off, just FYI, I have a cable modem with a constant 8.0 + mbs. The bridge works great, was super easy to setup, and I can watch streaming video. I am however, having one problem. Now, I know this blu-ray player is fairly new, so I'm not sure if anyone else is experiencing this let, since I am also using wifi setup. While I'm watching a Netflix movie, I will get an error message about 3 times or so throughout the movie, that says "Network Down" and it then gives you the option to retry, which works after about a minute or so. Is this a Netfilx server issue, a wifi signal issue, or a broadband internet issue? Like I had my speed is pretty constant, but I wonder if I hit a download/steaming limit, where the one or more of the servers, be it Netflix of my ISP, resets something... not sure. It's just really annoying to be right in the middle of the movie, and I loose the network connection and have to FF to find the place in the movie again. Any ideas / suggestions?
Also, I have one more question... well, more of a which would you do type question. I have my N460 running to my AV receiver / speaker system, which is the Sony HT-CT500 receiver / soundbar. Now, before I got this blu-ray player, I had the Video Direct option set to ON, so that the video would pass straight trough the AV receiver, and not be upscaled or messed with. From some of the posts before though, it sounds like the upscaling of the N460 might not be that great, and the CT500 (my receiver) has the fujida processor in it, which I understand to be a very good upscaler. So should I go ahead and upscale the video signal with the CT500 as well? And, if I do decide to do this, is there a way to disable the upscaleing of the N460, or does it matter if the signal is upscaled twice?
Thanks for your help and advice. Hope I can help you in the future.