Originally Posted by grendelrt
Well the last two movies I rented 50/50 and Drive both wouldnt play. I put them in and it got to a black screen and nothing happened. Both played fine in my PS3, is this because of the firmware not being up to date? Does anyone else get these symptoms, I expected an error if it was licensing related.
Well, due to the rate of which I keep hearing negative comments on the Samsung D6700 Blu-ray player, I must come back on here to bring some understanding and sing it's praises.
First, the D6700 played the movie Drive perfectly this evening. I have proof.
I think some of the rented disks people may be using could be the problem.
Proof in my theater room pics.
Now, I don't know why other people players are having problems but I know for a fact that other players from different companies have had similar problems.
Let us not forget that these players are bench tested to send all the picture information as good as the reference Oppo players when show Blu-rays which says a lot.
No electronic company makes anything perfect on their assembly lines with out a few under performers.
I will buy Cars 2 in 3D also to prove wether or not something is wrong with the D6700 or it's current software version.
The only problem I have had is losing the wireless router signal thur this 101 year three layer, two story with basement, brick house in which my iPhone 4 (which I'm typing to you all with) has lost the signal also in the same part of the house. My D6700 is almost sitting on the floor with a Pioneer Elite SC-35 and Panamax M5300-PM Power Conditioner surrounding it with the router downstairs. It no shock there is a connectivity problem every once and a while.
Hope this post is helpful to someone.