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I seem to recall you had an older Time Warner-supplied router that doesn't allow the user to change its configuration (or something like that). Did you ever replace it with a "normal" router?
I wonder if that Freetalk webcam listed at the JP site are the same as these two? http://shop.skype.com/skype-for-tv/#...atible-webcams http://freetalk.me/product/freetalk-...panasonic-tvs/ Perhaps contact Freetalk for more info?
If you have a device other than your BD players that you may want to use the card in someday and that device is very demanding, then its best to do the calculations to determine what read/write speeds you really need, then pick the class based on that. An example might be a high resolution digital camera that can shoot in burst mode at a high frame rate. But to keep it simple, I've found that class 6 is more than enough for lots of consumer applications, including 720p...
If Hi10P isn't supported yet, you can add a post to the "ideas" thread where others have made a similar request:http://community.wdc.com/t5/WD-TV-Li.../ct-p/wdtvlive Do you know how Hi10P gets 10-bits per color channel? I thought the source for Japanese Anime fansubbers comes from TV broadcasts or BD discs (which only provides 8-bits per color channel). Or does the encoder do color interpolation like some blu ray players do to get more than 8-bits per color channel to...
Here's a good overview with pictures:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital They differ in: - Capacity (SD, SDHC, SDXC) - Read/write speeds (Class 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, etc.) - Size/shape (standard, mini, micro) SD is basically an old format and SDXC isn't very common. SDHC is the most common and usable of all the SD formats now. Mini and Micro refer to the physical size/shape of the SD card. The micro's are what you typically see in cell phones, small cameras, etc. Many of...
The two USB wifi dongles compatible with North American G20/G25 are the Panasonic DY-WL10 and the Netgear WNDA3100 v2. The info at the JP site looks consistent with that fact. The Panasonic US support site is setup very differently, I haven't combed through it to see what they say, but here's the link (click on Support):http://www.panasonic.com/ The number of access points and routers compatible with those two dongles is much larger than the list at the JP site, they're...
From page 6 of the BD85 manual ... SD Memory Card (8 MB to 2 GB) (Includes miniSD Card and microSD Card) SDHC Memory Card (4 GB to 32 GB) (Includes microSDHC Card) SDXC Memory Card (48 GB, 64 GB) (Includes microSDXC Card) SDHC cards are soooo cheap these days, I'd get a large capacity one so you can use it in another device (e.g. a camera) in a pinch. If you get microSDHC (which is what most portable devices use), get one with a free adapter so you can use it in the BD...
A ground loop will occur if you have two pieces of AV equipment (e.g. a sound bar and a TV, an AVR and a TV, cable box and TV, etc.) connected to two different outlets that have slightly different ground levels (can be due to poor wiring in the house). You can test such a situation by disconnecting the other equipment from the TV, or just plugging everything into the same outlet. If all you have is the TV with no other equipment attached, then ground loops wouldn't be an...
A signal trap is an electronic filter that's designed to let some frequencies (think of them as channels) pass through while blocking others. I believe they're often mounted up on the pole (at least in SB where we have few undergrounded utilities). Interesting background info here: http://www.dewtronics.net/tutorials/...ilter/hist.pdf
I wonder if a ground loop might be causing that humming? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_loop_(electricity)
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