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Millemissen
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Millemissen Posted: Tue, Feb 26 2013 12:25 PM

Hi all,

which external Blurayplayer is best puc-controlled?

How are your experiences with different Blurayplayers that are Beo4(w.navi)-controlled?

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StUrrock replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 12:54 PM

PS3? best all round device IMHO.

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BeoHut replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 1:01 PM
I have a very good experience with the brand Oppo. And a perfect picture, solid built and a Region Free kit as option is available.

Too much problems with Samsung devices. (noise, weak built, freezing pictures, . . .)
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My question was " your experiences with PUC-controlling of BRP's?"

Not "which BRP is the best?" - I go for the OPPO from that view!

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erandlux replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 2:15 PM
The PUC control of an OPPO is a real pleasure.

I use the beo4 with the navi button, and everything is really intuitive, even the choice of a movie located on the NAS via the OPPO network capabilities.

Not any single problem with this since one year of daily use.

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kallasr replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 4:42 PM

StUrrock:

PS3? best all round device IMHO.

Someone will be around here in a few moments to correct you...

Wink

Not me, I like the PS3.

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StUrrock replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 9:24 PM
StUrrock:

PS3? best all round device IMHO.

To make things absolutely clear to the original poster, I have the best all round puc experience with the PS3.

This is a subjective thing.

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beojeff replied on Tue, Feb 26 2013 9:43 PM

I use a Samsung blu-ray player with the PUC. However, it lacks the most important control of all: the "PAUSE" control.

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Razlaw replied on Wed, Feb 27 2013 1:08 AM
I would recommend the Oppo. Control of it works perfectly. I also like the fact that you can connect it with a cable with plugs instead of an ir emitter. Responses to commands from Beo 4 are instantaneous. Much quicker than when I was using a Sony Bluray player with an ir emitter.

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Thanks guys,

any more?

Greetings Millemissen

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Really - nobody (but a few) use Blurayplayer with PUC/Beo4?

Greetings Millemissen

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beopaul replied on Fri, Mar 1 2013 10:52 PM
I use a Panasonic Blu-ray player with my BeoSystem 3. Works fine. Except it doesn't always turn off when I put my tv to standby.
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Stan replied on Sat, Mar 2 2013 12:46 AM
I have an LG. It works pretty well, but one of the "colored" buttons is missing. This is only a problem when using the non-DVD functions. It was also trial and error to figure out which PUC setting to use. Superbly bh100? Intuitively obvious...not
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The answer to the PUC question maybe could be to continue with the B&O approved set that comes from Struer.

Also to allow dealers and customers to modify the originals and maybe write our own.

As a dealer I can create new and customize existing Crestron, RTI, Control4 (to name but a few) IR drivers to control anything I like with relative ease.

With B&O Puc control ( a great feature I must add ) I would love an easy way to create custom Pucs!!

B&O , being control freaks, constantly rebuff the idea. A great shame IMHO.
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