The instructions said that it could take up to 45 minutes for the update process to complete. The tray then pops open, machine shuts itself off with tray in the open position.This perpetual cycle would go on for eternity, all the while, the unit is completely inoperable for any use. When power is plugged back in, the same cycle happens.I 'm hoping I can get this figured out with your help, as I chatted with a Panasonic tech, and his only help was to follow the instructions.If the disc is inserted, the same cycle described above happens all over again.If the tray is closed without the disc, it pops back open, display flashing 'INSERT DISC'.
The display is flashing a message saying "W DSP"Can anyone help me?
Hi guys, Tried to update the firmware on my Panasonic SA-BT-100 Blu ray player today.
I burned the file onto a CD-R just like the panasonic site recommends.
CDs initially sounded merely okay, but after a month or so, they started sounding great! Unit is also very compact, and has simple but very elegant styling. At the same time, I don't like using headphones with this unit, because there is no bass control via headphones. I also wish it had a USB input so I could play songs copied onto a USB flash drive. I was one of the lucky ones to have got the panasonic wire kits 2 of them might I add but there is only 2 problems.
But, in all, this is a fantastic product that is well worth the money! This is a great product fo the money, iv did my fair share of research on blue-ray soroundsounds and for the money this is your best bet. use and upgrade but thats pretty much the only down fall. deep sound and the two tower speakers are very clear. Problem 1 the speakers are really not wireless they still must have cords.