Originally Posted by PoorSignal
It’s the UHD disc I got it first day release from
Try turning off Dolby vision and audio delay settings to see if it changes. Or unplug it for a while. Just a guess.
Thanks for confirming it was the UHD disc that you were playing.
I'm connected to a JVC Projector, so Dolby Vision is already off.
The fix, at least temporary, is your last comment, about unplugging it.
I ran into this issue with a different disc about a month ago. Unplugging and replugging it in after 5 minutes or so, didn't have any effect. So I just unplugged it overnight, and the next morning it was able to play that problematic disc without issue. With IP Man, I unplugged it for about 10 minutes, but no effect. So I unplugged it last night, and tried again just now, and it plays the disc fine.
So there's something 'funky' going on here, which only a prolonged unplugging seems to solve. What the minimum time is I can't say, but overnight seems to do it.
I'm hoping, though not optimistic, that the new upcoming firmware might fix this. When this will become available in the U.S., I have no idea. In the meanwhile, I guess I'll just have to unplug it periodically. I may have to look into an outlet plug that can be controlled by Control4, to automatically cut the power to it on a regular basis if the firmware doesn't come soon, or doesn't fix it when it does.