"March 19, 2012 - Bought 3 Samsung DB-D7500 Bluray wireless players for using Netflix specifically. All upgraded to last software release. ALL FAIL in terms of constant re-buffering during play.
Before I contacted Samsung, I checked the…"
"I am going through the same problem on both my Sony blu-ray players. I too feel that was the last firmware upgrade that did it! Funny how my cheapo insignia blu-ray exhibits no problems with streaming. Sony quality has been slipping...
"I fixed the frequent HD buffering AND frequent midstream disconnects from Netflix on my Samsung HTC6600 by upgrading to a 6 MBPS DSL connection (from a 3 MBPS) AND by connecting the player directly to my DSL modem through a wired powerline…"
"Update: After speaking with the people at the Sony they had me reset my system to the original settings. It's been 90% better. We can now watch a whole movie with only a couple interruptions. So long story short....don't run the…"
"I have the same problem with my Samsung HTC6600 Blu-ray home theater. Very frequent buffering, especially on HD programs. All the other streaming sites work well - Vudu, Blockbuster, and CinemaNow, which leads me to believe that the Netflix software…"
"I'm getting the same thing on my Sony BluRay BDP-S570. Before I did a software update it would rebuffer an hour into the movie. But now after I updated the software it plays 20 seconds and rebuffers. This continues through the whole movie.…"
"I use a PS3 with a wireless connection. 100% signal strength.
***I am having the same issues as you. I could barely see 1 movie it was so blurry. I watch on a HDTV.
With a HDMI connecting cord. Not the 3 prong cord.
I still try maby twice a month to…"
"After submitting to Sony support a support request that contained this: "...To eliminate my broadband connection as the source of the problem, I upgraded my 10mbps plan to a 20mbps plan. As expected, this made no difference in performance. The…"
"Well, being a good citizen I upgraded my internet connection to the 20mbps minimum plan. As expected, it didn't make a bit of difference in the buffering problem. Nip/Tuck Season One, Episode 8 is still pausing every 30-60 seconds to…"