I would disconnect the lan cable to get the picture/sound quality...Yes you paid for a "network" bdp,but are'nt these features on almost all a/v components these days?...
I have this player and while I can agree with most comments to it's visual and sonic abilities, it's Network features are poor and badly implemented. To top that, I also have the problem of the player freezing at almost all occassions when using network services. Not sure if I have a dud one, but there you go. Also, who at Pioneer thought a black remote with non illuminated black keys was the way to go?
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