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pimlicosound

March 18, 2011, 3:28 pm

Perhaps the UI is nice to use, but it doesn't look good from the pictures. I don't like how every screen seems to have a completely different interface, with very little consistency beyond the blue colourscheme.

I'll happily stay with my Sony BDP-S380. The interface is remarkably consistent, even across third-party content portals like LoveFilm and iPlayer.

go4java

September 23, 2011, 3:40 pm

I like the general idea of this Blu-ray player with a whole bunch of multimedia features, network and apps.
Does anybody know if this device can be remotely controlled via W-LAN (iphone, andoid phones...)? ...so that the televison can stay OFF. BR

MattiasFD

November 6, 2011, 1:48 pm

If you have a Samsung phone, you've be able to download the app Samsung Remote, but this will work just like and ordinary remote, så you still need to turn on the television to see what you are doing. Alternative, you can use different DLNA-programs to stream content from a NAS-server or the phone on to the BD-player, without turning on the TV. (ex. 2Player on Android market)

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