Updating panasonic sa bt200 blu ray player
It's one of three new Blu-ray systems in the current range - the others are the SC-BT200, which features bookshelf-style speakers, and the SC-BTX70, a style-led 2.1-channel system with a new vertical-standing main unit.The SC-BT205 uses a set-top style control unit, which combines a Blu-ray/DVD/CD player with a 1,000W (RMS)/470W (DIN) multichannel digital amplifier, and it doesn't strive for wafer-thin sexiness - it's portly and proud.The unit is fitted with Panasonic's customary mirrored fascia, a bit of glitzy eye-candy that makes up for the flimsy plastic flap below, which covers a set of inputs and a few buttons.
The company has followed it up this year with the SC-BT205, a full 5.1 system equipped with all the tasty features found on Panasonic's latest standalone players, the DMP-BD60 and BD80.
Great app - I used this app for six months with my bluray player connected via wifi to my Virgin media router without any issues.
Moved house and had to get BT Infinity and now the app only works if the blu ray is connected by Ethernet.
I un-soldered the capacitor and put it on my component tester – it showed as 'failed device'.
So off I went to the electronics store to get a 150u F @ 400V replacement. Never mind, 2 x 100u F @ 400V in parallel will work just like 1 x 200u F @ 400V, so no problem.