11-14-2009 10:08 PM - edited 11-14-2009 10:13 PM
11-17-2009 06:54 PM
11-23-2009 11:22 AM
11-24-2009 08:41 AM
Thanks for the insights on the products! Here are some answer: Regarding the loud grinning, some low level drive noise is normal, but what you state, sounds excessive, especially the vibration noted; you may want to have this checked by a technician to see if in fact this unit’s drive mechanism is faulty. About seeing the firmware version, this capability is not currently available, but the current and new firmware versions can be seen when starting a network update. Lastly, about the firmware feedback, we will work on future firmware updates preserving the players settings after the update, and we will post details on the new firmware contents the Insignia website product pages.
We are still working on the other issues, since they need further testing, so keep an eye on the forum!
Insignia™ Support Team
12-04-2009 09:24 AM
Regarding the custom picture settings, each input jack / port on TV is programmed with its own selection of video modes and picture setting. There is a user mode for each input source that can be programmed by user, if you can change the factory default setting for that specific input. That, once changed, unless you press the preset button should not change when switching inputs.
Insignia™ Support Team
12-08-2009 01:41 AM
11-15-2010 02:21 PM
it is that theres nothing wrong with the players most of the time
this occures sometimes on the actual discs themselfs because
of the amount of data that is collected on the disc that leads
to glitches on the disc like an extra embedded function
like the pip(picture in picture) modes on most titles
like ghostbusters will have an slow start up menu
due to the slimer mode pip function that the
structure of that file is so big it needs loads
of data that can leads the disc to load up slow
where other titles like total recall that has less
data on the disc that makes it load up fine but with ones like
ghostbusters that carries loads of data that
can cause the disc to ran slow.
11-24-2016 08:34 AM
I have a Insignia 3D Blu Ray Player Model NS-WBRDVD3 and the blue power light keeps flashing and nothing will come on. No signal coming out of the player......is there something I can do or is it time to get a new player? Any help would be appreciated and thank you so much.