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Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 19, 2011 ENGLISH 0.62 pdf Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 19, 2011 ENGLISH 0.07 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 19, 2011 ENGLISH 12.01 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 19, 2011 ENGLISH 2.27 pdf Email
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<HT-BD2 Firmware Update Ver1.7>This firmware update provides following benefitVer2.0: Date: Jul.23, 2013

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer1.9: Date: Mar.08, 2012

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer1.8: Date: Jan.21, 2011

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer.1.7 : Date: Sep.06, 2010

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer.1.6 : Date: Apr.30, 2010

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer.1.5 : Date: Jan.22, 2010

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer.1.4 : Date: Mar.18, 2009

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer1.3: Dec.10, 2008

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer1.2: August 14, 2008

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titlesVer1.1: June 24, 2008

-Improves playback compatibility of some movie titles

All OS Jul 23, 2013 ENGLISH 29.99 zip
Upgrade guide (Firmware) (ver.-)
All OS Jan 8, 2009 ENGLISH 0.67 pdf

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  • How To Manage Netflix Data Usage And Improve Video Quality On Your Blu-ray Home Theater System

    If you have a data cap or want to increase video quality use this guide to adjust data usage. [How-To Guide]

  • Are Samsung 3D Blu-ray Home Theater Systems Compatible With Different TV Manufacturers?

    Samsung 3D Blu-ray players and 3D Blu-ray Home Theater Systems are compatible with other 3D TV manufacturers. You do not have to purchase a Samsung 3D TV to enjoy 3Dc content from your 3D Blu-ray or Home Theater System. The Blu-ray player or Blu-ray Home Theater System simply plays the 3D [FAQs]

  • One Of My Speakers Is Not Working.

    The easiest way to pin-point the problem speaker is to swap the speaker with another speaker that is working, this will help determine if the problem is with the speaker, the speaker cable, or the speaker output port on the HTS. If the speaker port on the HTS is failing you can create an online [FAQs]

  • Where Can I Purchase A Replacement Remote?

    You can purchase a replacement Samsung remote control from J&J Parts by calling 1-800-627-4368 or visiting www.samsungparts.com. If your Samsung Home Theater System is still under the manufacturer's warranty please contact 1-800-SAMSUNG with your model number and serial number. Universal [FAQs]

  • Why Does My Movie Have Black Bars Across The Top And Bottom Of The Screen?

    Aspect ratio is the relationship between the width of a film image and its height. For example, films displayed in the 16:9 aspect ratio are 16 inches wide for every 9 inches they are tall which can also be expressed as 1.78:1. Standard TV’s have an aspect ratio of 4:3 or 1.33:1, Wide screen [FAQs]

  • This Blu-ray Disc Has Been Manufactured To The Latest Blu-ray Disc Standards...Your Player May Require An Update' Message

    Some newly released Blu-ray Disc titles are displaying a variation of this message when playing. The message can vary, example below: 'This Blu-ray Disc has been manufactured to the latest Blu-ray Disc standards. To ensure the best possible viewing experience, your Blu-ray Player may require an [FAQs]

  • How To Properly Place Your Speakers In The Room For A 5.1 Channel System

    This guide will show you where in the room you should place your speakers for a 5.1 channel system. [How-To Guide]

  • What Is The Difference Between 2.4GHz And 5GHz?

    The major differences between the two are the type of frequencies (channels) they offer and the Wi-Fi protocols they support. The 2.4GHz band offers 3 non overlapping channels and supports 802.11 b/g/n. The 5GHz band offers at least 23 non overlapping channels and supports 802.11a/n. The GHz [FAQs]

  • How Do I Reset My Pandora Account?

    If you are unable to sign out of a Pandora account already on your player, or if you would like to reset your Pandora account, follow the instructions below to reset your account and obtain a new activation code. Contact Pandora directly with a request to reset your account so that your [FAQs]

  • Why Can't Blu-ray Discs Resume From The Last Position When They Are Reloaded?

    It really depends on the type of Blu-ray disc you are watching. Blu-ray discs with BD-Java (BD-J) cannot be resumed by the player (regardles of manufacturer) because BD-J disables the resume function. BD-J is the software that controls playback and all interactive Blu-ray disc features (bonus [FAQs]

  • My Unit Reads Rear Check

    If the home theater system display reads rear check, it indicates the rear speakers are not making a connection with the home theater. If the rear speakers are connected by speaker cables, try the following: Make sure the speaker cables are secure on both ends. Verify the speaker cables are [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Message 'This Blu-ray Disc has been manufactured with latest Blu-ray standards...your player may require an update' Displays

    Some newly released Blu-ray Disc titles are displaying a variation of these messages when playing. The message can vary, example below: 'This Blu-ray Disc has been manufactured to the latest Blu-ray Disc standards. To ensure the best possible viewing experience, your Blu-ray Player may [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No, My Disc Still Doesn't Play.

    Cyber What is firmware? The most basic definition of Firmware is the programming inside the main chip that makes the player run. Firmware updates can be used to add functions, fix bugs, and add playback compatibility for disc playback. Why do I need to update firmware for disc [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Clean A Disc

    If the disc has fingerprints, dust, or smudgemarks, the disc may not play. Follow the steps below to clean the disc. Your will need: A soft dry cloth Using the soft dry cloth, wipe from the center of the disc outward to the side of the disc in a straight line: If the disc still does [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Clean A Disc

    If the disc has fingerprints, dust, or smudgemarks, the disc may not play. Follow the steps below to clean the disc. Your will need: A soft dry cloth Using the soft dry cloth, wipe from the center of the disc outward to the side of the disc in a straight line: If the disc still does [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Stream Content From Your PC

    Requirements: BD HTS must be connected to TV Network Connection to Blu-ray player PC with Windows XP or Vista OS Shared folder w/ compatible file types (jpeg, mpeg, divx (video not available on all models) How-To Access Shared Files on your PC You can use your Blu-ray player to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Customer Cannot Find The Wireless TX Card

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  • No, None Of My DVD Discs Play.

    If your Blu-ray player is unable to play ANY DVD discs and you have tried multiple DVD discs, the player requires service. Click the 'Online Service Request' button below to setup service. It is normal for your Blu-ray player to continue playing Blu-ray discs since two different lasers are used [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 3. Resetting Your Blu-ray HTS To Factory Settings

    Follow the steps below to reset your Blu-ray HTS. Resetting the Blu-ray HTS reverts all settings back to factory default meaning the network settings must be reconfigured after the reset is performed. Turn off your Blu-ray HTS and remove any discs, wait until the units powers OFF Hold down [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 2. Reactivating Your Netflix Account

    Note: If you followed the previous procedure your Netflix account is now deactivated. To reactivate your Netflix account, follow these steps: Power on your Blu-ray HTS and wait for the e-contents menu to appear. Note: The e-contents options differ by model, image above is for [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Netflix (ESN) Has Been Hacked, DRM Is Corrupt Errors

    If the following errors are displayed, your Netflix account may need to be reactivated or your player reset. Since resetting your player reverts all settings back to factory default, including any network settings and all online services such as Blockbuster, YouTube, etc., first well deactivate [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Blu-ray Region Codes

    Blu-ray region codes are a form of DRM (Digital Rights Management) designed to allow film studios to control where a film is released, when, and its pricing. Blu-ray region codes are assigned based on where the player will be sold and are embedded in the players' firmware. All Samsung Blu-ray [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No, None Of My Blu-ray Discs Are Playing.

    If you Blu-ray player is unable to play ANY Blu-ray discs and you have tried several, the player requires service. Click the 'Online Service Request' button below to setup service. It is normal for your Blu-ray player to continue playing DVD discs since two different lasers are used for each [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Composite Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using a Composite connection, you need a Composite video cable. A Composite video cable is included with your home theater. Important: Composite video only supports 480i standard definition video. For higher resolutions, you must use a Component, DVI, or [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No, This Is Not A Region A Disc.

    All Samsung Blu-ray players sold in the US support Region A discs. Regions B and C are not supported. North and South America, India, Southeast Asia, Japan - Region A Europe, Middle East, Australia - Region B Russia, China - Region C [Troubleshooting Guide]

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