Re: Samsung Sued Over Blu-ray Players That Won't Play All Discs
Well, in defense of the firmware updates.... can't believe I am defending them, BUT.
I have heard of machines going down with firmware updates, I don't know what happened, but they are really clear in the directions to not allow any alterations in power. I usually run mine only on clear days and now on a system with battery backup, so possibly this was the cause?
Initially, some Blu-ray discs wouldn't play without firmware updates, yes it was a huge PITA, but nowadays, my players work fine and play everything I throw at them. Ironically, the only time a firmware update did anything bad to one of my players is was an update to my Toshiba HD XA2 that now WON'T play a disc (OK, it was an early HD DVD porn, but it used to play before the update).
I am more frustrated by the painfully long load time for menu's, come on guys, you make me wait to load I don't know what and then suffer through all the trailers, OK, it's alright for new films, but when I've already seen all the films they are showing, it's annoying.
Ken Taraszka, MD