Question about Insignia NS-2BRDVD Blu-Ray Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to clean the player using a bluray cleaning kit. Dont use the dvd cleaning kit as a few can cause problems. Look at packages and see if they can be used on blu-ray players.
If this does not fix the player call Insignia immediately as the laser can be broke and will be expensive to fix. These players have a one year warrante so you should be covered
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
Go to insigniaproducts.com and look up this model number. There is lots of info on how to update this player. If you have any trouble go to the forums there and several people,including myself are there to help you out. Here is a part from my other answer that you should read:
Insignia has only released one firmware update while Funai has continued to support the products and has plans to support it for a unspecified time to come with a firmware update that just came out on March 1st.
Here is a link to a support page for all the models by funai including the Insignia BRDVD:http://forum.blu-ray.com/blu-ray-players-recorders/48943-funai-bd-player-owners-thread-magnavox-sylvania-insignia-etc.html
Here is a link to insignia where you can find this models main page as well as firmare updates and instructions telling you how to install them.
On a side note please go into the forums and look at the messages for updates on the disc problems and such. We are trying to convince Insignia to stick with their customers and update the player as Funai is so we can get some use out of what we paid for.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
This is not a common problem.
It sounds like you are receiving signal from the DVD player, but are having a resolution issue. After the splash screen is when the resolutions setting can affect your output. What this sounds like is the DVD player is set to 1080P and the TV is only capable of 720P or 1080i. If there is a resolution mis-match, connect a composite cable to the TV and set the resolution of the DVD player to AUTO, then check to see if you have an image from the HDMI connection.
If your TV is capable of 1080P and if this solution does not fix the problem, and all other outputs from the player perform the same, the unit is faulty and should be returned if still under warranty.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
If you are using the BRDVD there is only one update and it is a few months old. They are adding new security features to new Bluyray discs this month and all players out there need to be updated. The unfortunate side of the BRDVD is that Insignia is refusing to update the player although Funai(the comany that has made the player for them) has released a update that would work with it with little work by insignia.
To help get this player updated it would be good to go to the forums here and post that you still use this player. We got a update the first time so it should be possible to get another.
Good luck and enjoy this little player.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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