Originally Posted by SRTer
Now, that is something to think about. BD wise is not selectable on my D6700. I think it has something to do with the fact my Samsung 59in D7000 has a BD Wise setting that takes over. Maybe the player works better with out the BDWise setting on.
One thing for sure is that the D6700 works great with Samsung TV's. The AnyNet feature allows for a great control and flexibility.
No, I was talking about BD LIVE
, NOT BD Wise! lol
I still have internet on my BD player via Wifi, but I turned BD Live off via the settings menu. I have certain discs that won't even play with BD Live on
Just go into Settings and then go down to Network. Then you'll see an option called "BD-Live Internet Connection" and set that to "Prohibit"
Voila! Should solve a problem with certain discs not playing.
As for BD Wise
it is NOT greyed out in my settings menu, but it's just an option for those who have a Samsung bluray player & a Samsung HDTV. I have both, but I always leave this option OFF. I won't get into specifics, but in certain instances, with BD Wise enabled, it can set your player to output a lower than desired resolution. I also leave "Resolution" set to "Auto" and it always outputs the right resolution