Question about Samsung HT-BD2R 7.1 Channel Blu-ray Home Theatre System Theater System
I have the same problem but after unplugging, replugging and trying to open is it still stuck.
I have tried the Samsung support troubleshooting and it has not worked. Can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black Bars on all blu ray movies
Having black bars displayed when watching a Blu-Ray disc is a common occurrence, even with a widescreen television.
You may have heard or seen aspect ratios of 4:3 or 16:9. 4:3 is the ratio of a traditional television that is nearly square. 16:9 is the ratio of most widescreen televisions currently marketed. The reason that even with a 16:9 television Blu-Ray discs are displaying black bars is that many of these discs contain footage that has not been reformatted for television. The screen in a movie theater is even wider than 16:9, and rather than trim the ends, most Blu-Ray discs maintain the entire picture.
Depending on the options available in your particular television, you may be able to find a zoom setting that trims the ends and removes the black bars. It is up to you if you would rather see black bars with the entire picture or lose a small amount of the picture on each side for a full-screen experience.
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Posted on Jul 23, 2008
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/download/supportDown.do?group=mp3audiovideo&type=blu_ray&subtype=blu_raydiscplayers&model_nm=BD-P1400&language=&dType=D&mType=FM&vType=R&prd_ia_cd= This is the link to Samsung for firmware updates. All manufacturers have had several updates moving on with disc technology. If you can't burn this to a disc as data, then email samsung and they will send you an update disc. Next, if you don't have one, get a Laser Lense Cleaner. Preferably one that uses liquid, and run that thru a couple times. Clean your players often! it's a good habit to get in to. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
You have several ways to do this. You can hdmi cables from the two units and plug them into your tv if it supports hdmi and run the audio out portion on the back of the tv and hook that into one of the audion inputs on the surround unit. Or you run audio directly out of the bluray using rca, digital coax, or digital optical cable. Turn the surround reciever to the corresponding input that you choose to use.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Just need to verify if your trying to play a Bluray Disc or regular DVD?
If Bluray Disc:
All you need to do is to check on the FW version of you BD player. Go to Set-up > System > System Information. SW will be the FW version info. Please be informed that the latest FW version is v2.12. If it will not resolved the concern, try to verify if its happening to all of your Bluray Disc.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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