Updating firmware on sony blu ray player

22-Dec-2017 02:53

I also installed Kodi under Windows 10 on my main PC to experiment and see what add-ons will work for me.The Q10Pro will update its library via UPn P from my PC using the local network (when set).I had a long list of minimum requirements that was not being met (I have refrained from posting this list!! I finally found a thread on the Kodi forum where a very kind and dedicated person had done all the hard work, impartially testing various media players, NUC’s and Raspberry Pi’s and then completing highly comprehensive comparisons between them (and meeting all of my list pre-requisites); The Kodi thread clearly showed why I should dismiss the many “dubious” claims of most System On Chip media players I had been checking out (and nearly purchased).I ended up deciding to purchase a Hi Media Q10 Pro from an e Bay retailer in Oz.Set Up Power Connection Blu Ray Settings Blu Ray Network Update Blu Ray Update Notifications Community Q&A Sony Blu Ray players are designed to be updated frequently with the newest programming, called "firmware." Although the updates used to be done with a disc, they can now be performed over the Internet.Learn more about how to update a Sony Blu Ray player.First impressions of the Hi Media Q10Pro (1080p):• Solid device with nice build quality. • Large (to take 3 ½” SATA HDD up to 8Tb internally).• HDMI cable supplied & AUS power pack.• Plugged in and fully boots in 20 secs to start menu! WD TV).• Full Android 5.1 with Kodi, Google Play Store, Chrome and built-in “Media Center” included.• Easy to set up plug into AVR/TV using HDMI out and Ethernet for LAN.• My initial audio bitstream issues were fixed completely with an updated firmware issued (23/5/2016).• PQ is definitely excellent and 1080p mkv files play to high end Blu-ray player standards, as advertised.• Audio DTS-HD MA & Dolby True HD 7.1 are passed to AVR and work perfectly.• Lossless audio files 24bit and up to 192Khz pass and play perfectly. I have experienced no issues at all (same as the WD TV).• Plays high bitrate 1080p Blu-ray video with 7.1 audio from a network NAS with no buffering (which the WD TV could only do up to a mid-range video bitrate).Same mkv file, EOP network, router, switcher and NAS but much better video performance!

• Plays 3D framepacked mvc Blu-ray movie files (on my list of wants).• Plays Blu-ray Pure audio files and passes audio perfectly.• Typing things into websites or Google Play Store etc.

Price was very competitive with o/s sellers from UK or China and local delivery was very fast (and local AUS power pack).