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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't play a new blu-ray video
I bought a Sharp BD-HP20S and got Stargate Continuum to play on it, only problem was it wouldn't.
Had bad pixilation, jumping picture and stuttering sound.
Went onto Sharp's website and followed the instructions for downloading and burning a firmware update cd (or usb stick).
Made an update cd, put it in and within 5 minutes the update was over.
Prefect picture and sound.
Really simple and easy to do.
If you don't want to make a cd yourself Sharp will send one out to you if you contact them.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
If there is some type of audio cable running directly from the Vizio to the HTS6500, then you can just plug the Blu-Ray player into the TV and you're set. If the current audio cables are running instead from the cable or sat box to the HTS6500, then you will need to run audio cables from the Blu-Ray to the Philips HTS6500. There are 3 available audio slots on the Philips - the Digital Audio/Coaxial IN, AUX 1, and AUX 2. If the Digital Audio slot is already taken, then you will have to run red and white cables from the Blu-Ray player Audio OUT to either the Aux 1 or Aux 2 on the Philips (I am making a huge assumption that your Blu-Ray player has red/white audio outs). If the Digital Audio slot on the Philips is not taken, then run a digital audio cable from the Blu-Ray to the Philips. Good luck!
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Have you updated the firmware on it? I had a similar problem with a Sony blu-ray player and I had to download an update and burn it on to a CD then allow the CD to update the blu-ray player. What's the model number of your player, I may be able to get a link to the update for you.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
I had the same problem - Fix - Go to the sharp web site and download the file HP21U_HP50U_PN902270. You will need to make sure your thumb drive is no bigger than 4gb and you do not have any other files on it. Once you download the file on the thumb drive, you will need to unzip the file on the same thumb drive. The zip file is one of the new ones, so you might need to go to the web and get a shareware program that will open it. After this - turn your player on and go to setting, next scroll down to update firmware, insert the drive and tell it OK, it will ask you if this is OK, tell it OK and it will upgrade the firmware in about 2 min. I have already done this with 3 other players with no problem. Good luck. The sharp web site is sometimes a little hard to find and to me was not the most user friendly. good luck Pruitt43@yahoo.com
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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