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Just bought a blu ray player BDC5500 it tells me i need it requires an up date? what do i do?

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You will need to plug in a ethernet cable (with active DSL internet service) and then update the firmware. Use your remote control and inside the Samsung on screen menu you will find the prompt to start the update, just plug it in and update it.



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Bd5500 cant load disc


Blu-ray require a higher speed when playing a disc so they can produce the hd picture, making the demands on the motor much greater.

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Can you buy a replacement disc tray for the C5500 Samsung blu ray player, where, Or is there a compatible for this. where? How much do these costs-who can get these.


No where u can't buy spare parts for Blu Ray player wright now.Bacause the tvs industries control 80% of the market.Tries the tvs repair shops ask and could buy spare parts from them.

Aug 12, 2011 | Samsung BDC5500 Bluray 3D Player

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Can i record tv shows with my blu-ray disc player bd-c5500


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Ofcourse not. it is only a player, not a recorder.
OK.

Jul 08, 2011 | Samsung BDC5500 Bluray 3D Player

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Just bought a new dvd - Sony player tells me disk is invalid


In most cases, the issue might be with the Java content on the new Blu-ray discs is making this issues. The Blu-ray technology is developing everyday and adding more and more features to the existing technology. Hence it is required to make the Blu-ray Player up-to-date by installing the latest firmware update available from the manufacturer (who ever it is). Going ahead with the first step, please install the latest firmware update available for the Blu-ray Player.

Please click hear to download the latest firmware update available for your Blu-ray Player:

You can review the "Important Notes" and "Firmware Update Instructions" on the page to get the instructions to install the firmware update.
If the issue persists after installing the firmware update, the would have been with the disc. Check the disc with another player, try different discs with same player.
If the Blu-ray Player is not at all playing any Blu-ray disc, then it may require service. Please let me know if you require any further assistance with installation or need any clarification. It is my pleasure assisting

Mar 27, 2011 | Sony Blu-ray/dvd player BDP-S1

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I have the BD-c5500 Blu-ray Player, and I can't get the clock to dislay? I tried manual and auto settings doesnt seem to make a difference. Can you help me please?


Make sure you go into SETTINGS, CLOCK SET and set the time manually, date, hour, etc. and have clock on manual, not auto. Make sure you go thru all the clock settings including DST, save and exit. If you do not see the clock displayed, Press the INFO button on the remote a few times and see if the time appears on the Bluray's display or the TV.

Mar 15, 2011 | Samsung BDC5500 Player

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Trying to connect a new Samsung Bd-C5500 to my old Sony tv. Can't even get the set-up screen to come up on the TV. All we have is a TV, a Cable box and this new Samsung. We bought it because it is...


That depends on the connections your Sony TV has. If it has only the coaxial connector (the cable looks like this: http://www.w-l-t.org/Pix/Coax%20w-F%20connector.jpg), then you'll connect a VCR to that, and then the blu-ray player to the connections on the VCR using the composite cables (yellow, red, white). Switch the VCR to channel "L" or "Line" (usually below channel 2), and it should pass the video through to the television. Of course, if the TV itself has the yellow, white, and red connectors, you should just be able to connect the Blu-ray directly into that.
Also, it may be possible to connect your cable box as an intermediary like I just described with the VCR, depending on your model of cable box.

Oct 28, 2010 | Samsung BDC5500 Player

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I have Samsung HT-C5530W Blu Ray Player.Is there a way I can make it Region free. Timothy


I do apologized but Samsung BD players are defaulted to Region 1 disc only

Oct 22, 2010 | Samsung BDC5500 Player

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Can i setup my samsung bdc5500 without a remote control


Answer is NO.
most dvd needs to be set by remote control, because they don`t have a menu access botton on the set.
look at E-BAY for a remote control for its kind.

Aug 26, 2010 | Samsung BDC5500 Player

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Region free Samsung Blue Ray player BDC5500


this is already a regional (plays all 6) free (at least this model is suppose to) player.

you can also update your players firmware from the link below.

  • http://www.samsung.com/us/function/search/espsearchResult.do?keywords=Samsung+BDC5500+Player&input_keyword=Samsung+BDC5500+Player

Jul 26, 2010 | Samsung BDC5500 Player

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