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post #1141 of 1364
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Originally Posted by Crestron_Junkie View Post

Guys, i've searched this thread for a million different keywords and nothing came up. I just need to make sure the S360 has discreet commands. Can anyone confirm this for me?

Sorry if its been covered, I couldn't find anything on it.

Yes it does. They are the same as the previous S350 model, and I got them using the Remote Master software from hi-remote.com site.
post #1142 of 1364
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Originally Posted by BPlayer View Post

Yes it does. They are the same as the previous S350 model, and I got them using the Remote Master software from hi-remote.com site.

The remote master software isn't installing correctly on my Win7 machine. How does it work? Does it give you pronto codes? I bought an S360 that doesn't come with a remote. Pronto codes would be ideal as otherwise i'd have to buy a cheapo universal IR remote to use with the IR learner.

EDIT: Found what i needed. Thanks for the help!
post #1143 of 1364
on the sony bdp-s360, what do you guys set the HDMI out to? "Auto', "4:2:2", or "4:4:4". From what I've read, "4:2:2 Ycbcr" is the best setting?
post #1144 of 1364
I purchased a Sony BDP-BX2 Blu-Ray player from Costco 4 months ago. Since that time I have played maybe 30 blu-ray movies and about 10 of those blu-rays would freeze up at several points during the movie (very annoying and the freezing resulted in the loss of several minutes of the movie). Is this a common problem for this model? I noticed that most of the blu-ray movies that froze up had BDLive - does that make a difference? I never used the BDLive feature. . .

I'm thinking about returning the BX2 and upgrading to a BDP-BX37. Is this a good idea? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
post #1145 of 1364
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Originally Posted by sl@cker View Post

on the sony bdp-s360, what do you guys set the HDMI out to? "Auto', "4:2:2", or "4:4:4". From what I've read, "4:2:2 Ycbcr" is the best setting?

the 4:2:2 has a similar look to RGB 16-235. And 4:4:4 has a similar look to RGB 0-255 - blacker blacks, whiter whites, but not as filmesque looking as 4:2:2. Thoughts? Opinions?
post #1146 of 1364
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Originally Posted by GEMA2010 View Post

I purchased a Sony BDP-BX2 Blu-Ray player from Costco 4 months ago. Since that time I have played maybe 30 blu-ray movies and about 10 of those blu-rays would freeze up at several points during the movie (very annoying and the freezing resulted in the loss of several minutes of the movie). Is this a common problem for this model? I noticed that most of the blu-ray movies that froze up had BDLive - does that make a difference? I never used the BDLive feature. . .

I'm thinking about returning the BX2 and upgrading to a BDP-BX37. Is this a good idea? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!

Nope!!! Return it!!
post #1147 of 1364
Did you install your memory stick??



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Originally Posted by GEMA2010 View Post

I purchased a Sony BDP-BX2 Blu-Ray player from Costco 4 months ago. Since that time I have played maybe 30 blu-ray movies and about 10 of those blu-rays would freeze up at several points during the movie (very annoying and the freezing resulted in the loss of several minutes of the movie). Is this a common problem for this model? I noticed that most of the blu-ray movies that froze up had “BDLive” – does that make a difference? I never used the BDLive feature. . .

I'm thinking about returning the BX2 and upgrading to a BDP-BX37. Is this a good idea? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
post #1148 of 1364
Guys, I'm having an issue with this player and I was wondering if you could help me out. I bought the player believing that it does upscaling to HD. When I play a regular DVD, the output of the player switches from 720p to 480p and the DVD plays in standard def. When I try to go to the menu, there's lots of flickering and the output switches back to 720p. Is this player supposed to output 720p when playing a DVD, or did I not understand upscaling correctly?
post #1149 of 1364
I believe upscaling of dvds is only available via HDMI... if you are using component video, that is probably the correct operation.
post #1150 of 1364
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Originally Posted by mikeewing View Post

I finally decided to try BD-Live with the s560 since The Wolfman bd allows you to stream the original 1941 Lon Chaney, Jr. Wolfman movie. It didn't work. I get a few seconds if the stream but then it stops.

I'm able to connect with laptops anywhere in my house with my FIOS router, but it seems like the signal strength is flucuatiing wildly for my BD player.

Anyone else have wifi connection issues with the S560?

Sorry, I've been away for a while, so I'm bringing this issue up again. Has anyone had issues connecting to their wireless router with the S560? I bought an S570 for my daughter and it connected right away.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
post #1151 of 1364
I want to be able to view/play pics, vids, & music on my Home Theater System(HES) from my PC. Currently none of HES compontents have stand alone capability for WiFi. Any solutions?

Is my Blu-ray player(the only device with a ethernet conection) capable of navigating files on my PC? The reason I ask is the Blu-ray player manual only mentions firmware upgrades and BDlive.


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Setup
Sony Bravia KDL 46v5200
Sony Blu-ray BDP-S360
Sony HT-SF360
post #1152 of 1364
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Originally Posted by JPBV View Post

Hello.

I'm trying to upgrade the latest firmware for the S360, but apparently I can't go the burned disc route because I'm on a mac & the file is .exe, & I can't seem to make it work via ethernet as per Sony's instructions on their support page (I can't find my manual)... I'm connecting the player via ethernet to my mac laptop, which is wirelessly connected to my router/modem. Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks

I think you can do that, but you need to also configure/start the "internet sharing" service in System Preference.sharing. It never even occurred to me to try this until I was just playing around with my old iBook, and it dawned on me that is why that feature is there (this is the first time I've ever had need to use that feature in almost 6 yrs of having the laptop). You may also need to fiddle with the network settings on the player, if it doesn't autodetect properly.

I was successful to upgrade the firmware. Haven't got around to playing with actual BD-Live content with it, yet.
post #1153 of 1364
I finally made bd-live connect using a wifi iBook as the internet connection source. I also had to stop the OS X built-in firewall before it would see a valid internet connection. Anybody have an idea what ports need to be opened to allow proper access with the firewall up?

Boy did I pick the wrong disc (STII) to first try-out bd-live as far as content. All that friggin' network troubleshooting, remote control typing, and registration just to unlock some stupid Star Trek challenge quizzes?!? This has got to be a joke, right? Wow, bravo Paramount for really exploring the limits of bd-live! (sarcasm) Talk about underwhelming endorsement of this new technology that bluray was supposedly "naked" w/o.

I hope there's better content to be found when I try out some other discs in the future because this first time out was just embarrassing...

As far as the S360 ergonomics...that home button is in the worst GD place on the remote. Imagine nearly filling out a form and using those navigation buttons, and then your thumb goes down a little too far and hits the Home key...GONE!!! All that tedious effort in 15 min of your valuable time wiped-out, and you are treated with being sent all the way out of this disc, where you will have the pleasure to wait through a PITA java loading screen, re-surf all of those stupid promos, and copyright disclaimers all over again just to see the top menu again? Talk about something that makes you want to throw the remote through a window!
post #1154 of 1364
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Originally Posted by Mr. Hanky View Post

I finally made bd-live connect using a wifi iBook as the internet connection source. I also had to stop the OS X built-in firewall before it would see a valid internet connection. Anybody have an idea what ports need to be opened to allow proper access with the firewall up?

Boy did I pick the wrong disc (STII) to first try-out bd-live as far as content. All that friggin' network troubleshooting, remote control typing, and registration just to unlock some stupid Star Trek challenge quizzes?!? This has got to be a joke, right? Wow, bravo Paramount for really exploring the limits of bd-live! (sarcasm) Talk about underwhelming endorsement of this new technology that bluray was supposedly "naked" w/o.

I hope there's better content to be found when I try out some other discs in the future because this first time out was just embarrassing...

As far as the S360 ergonomics...that home button is in the worst GD place on the remote. Imagine nearly filling out a form and using those navigation buttons, and then your thumb goes down a little too far and hits the Home key...GONE!!! All that tedious effort in 15 min of your valuable time wiped-out, and you are treated with being sent all the way out of this disc, where you will have the pleasure to wait through a PITA java loading screen, re-surf all of those stupid promos, and copyright disclaimers all over again just to see the top menu again? Talk about something that makes you want to throw the remote through a window!

No there isnt! BD-Live content is flat out designed by idiots.... rather than rewarding you for buying the disc, all we get is a bunch of self promotion crap for the studios, clumsy and impossible to use interfaces for inputting data, and crappy content. It is the worst thought out CE add-on in history.

Not to mention, my other pet peeve with the Bluray format.... the endless advertisements and trailers that you are forced to try and skip through at the beginning of movies.. Hey we purchased the disc! We shouldn't have to slog through your advertising... I get the advertising concept for free software and content that you view on the internet, but to make us view that crap on titles that we "paid for" is B.S.

Now, I need some more coffee!
post #1155 of 1364
I agree, all those ads stuffed in the beginning of the disc really do get annoying (granted, a lot of my discs are older releases which were produced in the days when bluray was brand new and exciting). I enjoy watching trailers now and then, but when you have to manually skip through each one on a disc that was purchased to get to the menu to get the movie started...that just gets obnoxious. It's marketing run amuck that only succeeds to sabotage the product rather than enrich it.

The bd-live experience on the Batman TDK disc was a more elaborate attempt, but it still seems like they started building the "shop", but then abandoned further efforts to complete it somewhere in the middle. It also crashed the java runtime on my player first time in there (yes, I have the latest firmware, as that was my initial task to complete in getting my iBook to be a wifi bridge to my player). Eventually I got into the main Warner-Live area which looked fancy, but still performed like it needed more bake-time. Plus I spent *A LOT* of time in silence just staring at various animated "processing" icons on a black screen. That's pretty pathetic in this day and age of media technology. It's like taking a trip back to year 2000.
post #1156 of 1364
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Originally Posted by Mr. Hanky View Post

I agree, all those ads stuffed in the beginning of the disc really do get annoying (granted, a lot of my discs are older releases which were produced in the days when bluray was brand new and exciting). I enjoy watching trailers now and then, but when you have to manually skip through each one on a disc that was purchased to get to the menu to get the movie started...that just gets obnoxious. It's marketing run amuck that only succeeds to sabotage the product rather than enrich it.

The bd-live experience on the Batman TDK disc was a more elaborate attempt, but it still seems like they started building the "shop", but then abandoned further efforts to complete it somewhere in the middle. It also crashed the java runtime on my player first time in there (yes, I have the latest firmware, as that was my initial task to complete in getting my iBook to be a wifi bridge to my player). Eventually I got into the main Warner-Live area which looked fancy, but still performed like it needed more bake-time. Plus I spent *A LOT* of time in silence just staring at various "processing" icons on a black screen. That's pretty pathetic in this day and age of media technology. It's like taking a trip back to year 2000.

The new Wolfman movie has a BD-Live feature that allows you to stream the original Lon Chaney, Jr. movie. Pretty cool. Besides that, BD Live has been a maor disappointment.
post #1157 of 1364
Disc may be dirty/scratched.

Different players have different abilities to handle disc damage.

Additionally, there may have been a manufacturing flaw.

Try cleaning the disc and see if that helps. Otherwise seek a replacement or just ignore it.
post #1158 of 1364
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Originally Posted by seanharger View Post

My Blu-ray Player, the Sony BDP-S360 only seems to be able to decode Dolby TrueHD onboard, but not DTS-HD MA. The player can send the HD audio bitstream of TrueHD and DTS HD MA, but when it is set to the "Mix" setting and will mix interactive audio with the HD audio track and output LPCM, the player will not decode DTS HD MA. You can see what track is being decoded by pulling up the info on the BD player during playback, and whenever a movie with DTS HD MA is being played, the info will show that it is decoding the lossy DTS track. I called Sony and they said that none of their players are able to decode DTS HD MA onboard except for the PS3. Has anyone else run into this problem and does Sony plan to release an update with this functionality? (It can't be hardware related because otherwise the player wouldn't be able to decode TrueHD either)

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Originally Posted by deano86 View Post

For some stupid reason Sony decided that the 360 and 560 would not be able decode the DTS HD MA soundtrack....the player uses the DTS core as you have found out.. It will bitstream it only via Direct mode. It is assinine that they did that. Although, I believe other people have reported that the issue is fixed with their newer models.. For example, someone on this thread a while back said the N-460 player could decode it properly. If Sony hasn't bothered to fix this via firmware by now, I highly doubt they ever will......

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Originally Posted by dsskid View Post

How do you know this?

If this is truly the case, I believe we are entitled to a refund, since this is not what is advertised with this player.



http://www.docs.sony.com/release/specs/BDPS360_mksp.pdf


This is quoted from the sonysytle website..."The BDP-S360 Blu-ray Disc™ player supports both internal decoding and bitstream output of enhanced audio codecs, including Dolby® TrueHD and dts®-HD Master Audio.


Audio Features•CD-DA : Yes
•Dolby® : Yes & Dolby® TrueHD bitstream out over HDMI™ (V1.3)
•Dolby® Digital plus Decoding : Yes
•Dolby® True HD Bitstream Output : Yes
•Dolby® TrueHD Decoding : Yes
•LPCM : Yes (multi channel decoder): Yes (HDMI™ bitstream out)
•MP3 Playback : Yes (BD-R/RE/DVD+RW/+R/-RW/-R/CD-R,RW)5
•dts® Decoding : Yes
•dts® HD Bitstream Output : Yes
•dts® Output : Yes, & /DTS®-HD bitstream out over HDMI™ (V1.3)"

http://slickdeals.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2220402

Sony BDP-360 refurbished from Sonystyle for $60. With sonystyle's deal after shipping and tax it comes out to $71.54 for one or $127.18 for two. If you select the $20 2 year warranty replacement for one player the shipping appears to be free and the total comes out to $83.58 for one.

I have yet to buy a bluray player so I was wondering if this was a really good deal or just so so? (since I respect avs users advice the most these days on electronics)

Should I be looking at a different model?

This would be for my parents' system that I have been designing. The receiver is a Denon 2310-ci and the tv is a Panasonic 40" 1080.

I tried to read as much as I quickly could in this thread. It sounded pretty good (especially compared to Amazon reviews (goofballs compared to you guys)) until the last 5 pages or so regarding the sound processing (which I do not fully understand yet).

Is this a player that my parents will just be able to put a disc into and have it play with the best sound processing automatically or would someone have to go into the menu settings before each movie and select a certain sound codec (is that the right word).

The interactive "mixing" you talk about. Is that only for bd live stuff or is that for different movies sometimes? I am new to all this bluray stuff. The Audio features I pulled off the sonystyle site are something, unfortunately, I am confused about and I probably won't be on the same page as you guys. So I would appreciate any help.

Thanks!
post #1159 of 1364
Has anyone had a problem with there 360 player of losing the Suround , Mine only play in 2.1 all of sudden ? At first I thought my amp was to blame but even with amp off it displays 2.1 . I got it last Dec , so it's not that old . I this point i'm clueless thanks Dock
post #1160 of 1364
Anyone know why the PS3 is getting the 3D software upgrade, but the S560 is not?
post #1161 of 1364
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Originally Posted by T23 View Post

Anyone know why the PS3 is getting the 3D software upgrade, but the S560 is not?

The PS3 can be updated because in essence it is a high end computer with the hardware and processing power that allow it to be modified. In essence you can load new software on it to make it do more things; whereas stand alone players are very limited by their very nature with the hardware/chips that are installed inside it..
post #1162 of 1364
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Originally Posted by mphfrom77 View Post

This is quoted from the sonysytle website..."The BDP-S360 Blu-ray Disc™ player supports both internal decoding and bitstream output of enhanced audio codecs, including Dolby® TrueHD and dts®-HD Master Audio.

I tried to read as much as I quickly could in this thread. It sounded pretty good (especially compared to Amazon reviews (goofballs compared to you guys)) until the last 5 pages or so regarding the sound processing (which I do not fully understand yet).

Those other posts you quoted were from people who did not understand the subtleties of how the player works. The issues they raised were incorrect and not relevant to your concerns.

It definitely decodes dts-MA internally. However, if it is attached to a receiver that can do the decoding (such as the 2310), the player will bitstream dts-MA to the AVR instead of doing the decoding itself. Both approaches produce the same, high quality audio. So, it doesn't matter whether the player decodes or bitstreams.

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Is this a player that my parents will just be able to put a disc into and have it play with the best sound processing automatically or would someone have to go into the menu settings before each movie and select a certain sound codec (is that the right word).

Set-up is relatively easy. No BD player is absolutely a breeze, of course. But, this one is no harder than any other. There are just a couple of audio settings to do in the initial configuration. Then, your parents can just pop in discs without making any changes. Most Blu-rays default to the best audio track. The audio will still be great on those that don't.

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The interactive "mixing" you talk about. Is that only for bd live stuff or is that for different movies sometimes?

It's for PIP commentaries and menu sound effects. That stuff can be ignored.
post #1163 of 1364
Thank you for the quick response.
post #1164 of 1364
Thank you BIslander.

I got 2 of those refurbs coming my way. One for my parents with a 3 year relacement plan and one for me without a replacement plan...total after tax and shipping for those two: $157.17.
post #1165 of 1364
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Originally Posted by phanattic View Post

I recently picked up a bdp-bx2 from Costco, but cannot get a picture via HDMI with my TV (KDL-46V3000) or receiver (Denon avr-1610) - I have tried different HDMI cables, reset the BR, disabled 24p. I can get a picture over component at 1080i, but it won't let me select HDMI as the output. From the TV, if I enable HDMI control, it doesn't detect the BR.

Any other suggestions on how to resolve before I take it back to Costco? Thanks

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Originally Posted by MrHT View Post

Is your TV HDMI 1.3 compatible? It sounds like it isn't. I heard this player will not work via HDMI if your TV isn't HDMI 1.3 or above.

Hi glad I found this thread. I've started reading back several pages and will continue to do that here and in the TV thread - but he's my situation. I found a Sony BDP-s560 clearance'd for $75 + tax @ Sears. I brought it home and tried to hook it to my 42" TV bought December of 2006 a Philips 42PF9631D/37 it's 1080i/720P which is listed as supporting HDCP & has two HDMI ports.
I am able to get a nice signal via the Component cables. I can see menus, watch both DVD & Blu-ray discs that way. However, when trying to use the HDMI output first of all in the menu it will NOT allow me to select HDMI - only component or Svideo. Second if I remove the component cables (or) leave them in but switch the TV to the HDMI input and turn on the Blu-ray player I do see the sony start up Blu-ray screen ~ just like it does on via Component output. But then the screen turns to snow & switches back & forth between snow and black screen. I found & read in the manual where it says that it's starting with 1080P and testing all the way down to 480i but my screen never dials it in it's always snowy signal or no signal black screen.

Here's what I've done to test.
TV's HDMI PORT(s):The TV has two HDMI ports but unfortunately about 1 month ago one of them took a surge from the cable box and it's now dead. So I can ONLY test on this TV with the one working HDMI port. But I get an excellent signal via the new HD Cable box so I don't think the problem lies with the TV's HDMI port itself (perhaps it's ability to support higher level HDMI...)

HDMI Cables: I have two sets of HDMI cables. I tried both they do the same thing; they show the start up screen then nothing after no matter how long I leave it set up.

Could be a bad HDMI output on the Blu-ray Player: - Though I know this is unlikely since it's possible I wanted to include it on my list. If I don't find a more likely answer I will have to find a way to test it on another TV or monitor to be sure.

Firmware: Is updated to the latest version.

The 1080P/24FPS setting: is shut to OFF.

Are there other settings I can adjust that could be causing this? In the Menu I went one by one through each setting and tried it's various positions such as auto, on, off or more specific labeled options. However, maybe for this TV I need some things turned way down or done in combination that I didn't know to try ANYONE have any thoughts there. Again it's a Late 2006 TV though I don't have the manufacturing date precisely it has to be Pre-December 5th 2006. 1080i/720P if that affects any settings (again it won't even let me SELECT HDMI so i can't change the output to 1080i or 720P) it simply won't let me into do that? Is that normal?

HDMI 1.1 VS HDMI 1.3: I read a few pages back where someone mentioned that the TV would have to support HDMI 1.3 in order for the (BDP-s560) model to work with it. IS THIS CORRECT?
If that's what the problem is (The TV was ordered first week of December 2006 and looks like 1.2 standards didn't come out until November of 2006 so my guess is that the Philips TV is HDMI 1.1 ...

Can anyone help me nail this down. I rented a Blu-ray from Redbox last night and via Component it was absolutely stunning! Even @ 1080i it was like watching the movie out of my window So i'm not entirely displeased if that's what i'm stuck with.
ALSO if anyone has an opinion on the Price to features: ~$80 with Tax but now Netflix streaming - Though I can do this on my computer or via other Xbox 360 (or possibly via my future TV purchase - Looking @ LG LE5400 line which has it included.
post #1166 of 1364
I hooked up the Sony BDP-s560 Blu-ray player via HDMI to a computer monitor ASUS VK246 and it works. However, this gave me access to the HDMI - Output list. I set it to 1080i just in case the Auto detection feature is/was the problem with the handshake between the TV & Blu-ray player. Then I tried reconnecting it to the Philips 42PF9631D via HDMI (same cable etc.) Still shows the splash / start up screen perfectly & then it goes back to the static fuzz and continues to try to cycle through the correct resolution every few seconds on the screen.
I added links to two other Cnet threads via (Philips TVs & Sony Blu-ray players) that had the same exact issues. They'd see the splash screen and then the static / cycling screens.
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I'm not clear which is the faulty part here: The Philips TV or the Sony Blu-ray.
1) The Cable is good verified by the Asus monitor test via HDMI working.
2) The output of the Sony Blu-ray Player via HDMI works verified by that same test.
This leaves three possibilities in my mind. [A]A damaged part inside the TV that is only affected with this higher end Blu-ray picture processing?? not when displaying simple Cable HD = ((I would think least likely situation))
(B)The TV is not making the proper handshake with the Blu-ray problem on the TV's end [C]==OR== The Sony Blu-ray player is not correctly handshaking with the TV - Specific to Sony's or this Player or the combination of Philips TV and Sony Blu-ray.

3) The TV's HDMI does work for Cable HDMI content.... Is it possible that the HDMI could still be working yet some higher end processing part needed to display the Blu-ray signal beyond the simple splash screen is damaged? (I mentioned that the other HDMI port that was being used to display my Cable STBox signal took a jolt from the cable box during an electrical storm) - could that have taken out some higher board? needed to process or inhibiting processing the Blu-ray's signal?? I'm out of my depth as far as what's inside this TV for the processing end ==> I came up with that question after reading someone answering that as a possible explanation to one of the other Philips TV / Sony Blu-ray problem threads. It doesn't seem likely that there would be some board or processing that is (just fine or not needed for processing HD Cable STB / Clear QAM but then needed for dealing with the Blu-ray content.

****TO TEST THIS HYPOTHESIS and/or WHETHER IT'S THE TV OR THE SONY PLAYER THAT IS (NOT PLAYING NICE WITH THE OTHER) : If I get another Blu-ray Player another non-Sony brand and the problem re-occurs, then while not conclusive - it would seem to point to the Television as the weak link. If I get another model Blu-ray player to test and it works fine then the fault lies with Sony. ==> Will be interesting to find out.
Anyone know which stores have no hassle return still on Electronics (no restocking fees)
Wal-mart?, Target?, Best Buy?
post #1167 of 1364
Sony just posted a new firmware update 008 for the BDP-S360: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu...55&mdl=BDPS360

Improvements over firmware version 007:
  • Improves compatibility to enhance interactivity with some BD-ROMs.
My BDP-S360 with 007 firmware does not play the blu-ray disc 2012 at all. Maybe this will help?
post #1168 of 1364
I'm surprised that Sony hasn't updated the firmware yet to permit access to streaming internet services...even their own Qriocity service. Since the capability is there it seems a waste not to take advantage of it. I guess they just want you to buy a new player, huh?

Also...does anyone know which Sony Universal Remotes can control this player? All the ones I've seen have DVD capability, but that doesn't seem to work with the Blu Rays. I had a great one I got at Best Buy for only $20, but there are no Blu Ray codes for it.
post #1169 of 1364
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Originally Posted by egruber View Post

Also...does anyone know which Sony Universal Remotes can control this player? All the ones I've seen have DVD capability, but that doesn't seem to work with the Blu Rays.

The universal remote furnished with my Sony 46E2000 set controls my S360 fine.
post #1170 of 1364
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Originally Posted by SmartAV View Post

Sony just posted a new firmware update 008 for the BDP-S360: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu...55&mdl=BDPS360

Improvements over firmware version 007:
  • Improves compatibility to enhance interactivity with some BD-ROMs.
My BDP-S360 with 007 firmware does not play the blu-ray disc 2012 at all. Maybe this will help?

What does Version 008 improve? I found absolutely no problems whatsoever with 007.
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