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Another great Samsung product
We're rapidly becoming Samsung afficionados, with the French door fridge, 55" TV, Front-loader washing machine and now the Blu-ray player. They're all serving us very well.
We bought the Samsung player because we have the Samsung smart TV and figured they would play happily together. We haven't been disappointed, as they integrate very well, seeming to sense what each other is doing, saving us some of the hassles often associated with this technology. Discs load readily and pause/resume without a glitch, sometimes for an hour or so between v...
iewings. The TV comes with a remote "docking" unit (for want of the correct term) which saves all the miserable climbing around the back or side of the TV, which is made much more difficult since the era of wall-mounted TVs arrived. It was a simple plug-and-play to set the box up and we've been friends ever since.
Questions & Answers
Just had a bad experience with a Sony Ble Ray player which we wanted use mainly as a media centre to play files from a portable storage. 35% of previously watched files were OK, the rest came up as "unsupported audio". As the TV is a Samsung Smart, can we expect audio to play if we replace our much-lamented Kogan with a Samsung Blue Ray player?
Thank you for coming through, RonnyCraven. This is all dependent on the audio/video files you've downloaded. I have provided a link to our user manual below which provides a list of all supported audio and video files the Samsung Blu-ray player can play from page 5 -6.
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