How can you add new free streaming movies site to your blu ray player with available LAN connectivity or SD card slot?
Is there any way you can make the ps3 blu-ray player region free to play blu-ray movies from other regions?
Yes it is they made the new Ps3 region free
The answer to this question is changing rapidly these days. My suggestion would be to check out the netflix website. They have a list of digital media players that can stream …info from netflix: http://www.netflix.com/NetflixReadyDevices However, these devices are getting most of the attention right now: LG Electronics has introduced the first networked Blu-ray Disc player with the integrated ability to access and play back Netflix instant-streaming video content: LG model BD300. Samsung's connection to the Netflix service will work through two Blu-ray models, the BD-P2500 and BD-P2550, that have already been on the market. Consumers who already own those Samsung models will need a free software upgrade to make the players compatible with Netflix's streaming service.
For the best quality, the projector has to be a high definition one with an HDMI input. However, almost all Bluray players have an analog, standard definition output that can …be connected to projectors that do not have HDMI inputs.
There is no region free Blu-ray player, only the region free disc.Or there are some Region free Blu-ray player software, refers to:http://blog.bluray-player-software.com/regio…n-free-blu-ray-player-software/
can a blu ray player be connected to a laptop instead of a tv
On Netflix you pay a tax. Other sites like http://topstream.in offer you links ofstreaming for movies
You've asked a good question & it's not something easily accomplished with current components on the market. The '09 Consumer Electronics Show unveiled some future devices tha…t use wireless technologies (Bluetooth, I think) to connect TVs, Surround Sound & other A/V equipmment.. There are Bluetooth gateway devices available to transmit audio wirelessly between MP3 players or cell phones & home stereos but not video.. Another option would be connecting through home Wi-Fi networks. Making your Blu-Ray player Wi-Fi isn't easy & same for your TV. Your better off waiting for a couple of years until the manufacturers release their products with the wireless connectivity buit-in.. Mind you this is not to say it can't be done - it's just not practical or cost effective.
NO they definitly have not.
I hate to say it, but the answer is no. I think it is insane that you can't stream these movies.
Not only does the Blu-Ray player have to have WiFi, but it has to be enabled to stream movies. The place to find out whether or not it does would be the owner's manual or the …item description
The instructions should be in the owner's manual. The Blu-Ray player has to be WiFi enabled in order to connect to the Internet
The player must be WiFi enabled and you must have a working wireless network in order for your player to identify and connect to it
No, they'll be released on DVD, but the best of the content, such as bonus material, will be mostly for Blu-Ray only
Yes, but Blu-Rays have the most of the movie experiences than DVDs, such as more bonus material that can be accessed while watching the movie