Each package - unless they're "double packs" (Which I'm not aware of their existence) contains one LinkStick, and an "elbow" extender, which is intended to hide the LinkStick when it's connected to a Blu-Ray player.
The BD-P3600/4600 come with a wireless Linkstick in the box. The BD-P1500/1590/1600 do not come with a LinkStick.
Some of our soundbars are wireless. Do you have the make and model of your soundbar?
I love my 46" 8500, which is hanging on the wall with the blu-ray soundbar nicely centered underneath. I have them working in tendem with my logitech 900 Harmony remote.
Today I got adventurous and decided to take the next step and access the the internet features. I bought two 2009 Wireless LAN Adapters (WIS09ABGN) from Best Buy. I asked the salesperson why there were two USB devices in the package. He said he didn't know and when I find out he hopes I go back to tell him. LOL. So, I bought two. I think I only needed one package though because the smaller one seems to imply that it is for the soundbar/blu-ray? (Question 1). That would be great because I would be able to return the other package and get $79 back.
I have the stick in the appropriate hd usb port on the tv and finally figured out how to get the wireless configured. I've brought up the widgets, but have a ways to go before I figure out how to use them to their fullest extent. I did get the weather to display my city's weather (I wish the icon would just show my city's weather without having to click on it.
So, question 2 is that I am stuck about the blu-ray. Most importantly, is that second usb device the correct one to use in the soundbar? Also, how do I configure the wireless on the soundbar?
Am I missing something? Have I made this too complicated, or simplistic?
Thanks. I love all of this so far and have no complaints. I've been a Samsung devotee for a long time. My best friend is going to buy the 55" once I have this figured out.