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Samsung 7000 series & DNLA

by DAN GERSON / January 14, 2010 3:06 AM PST

Looking to purchase a 7000 series Samsung LED TV very soon. I have read a lot of conflicting information regarding DNLA support, and I want to have a clear understanding considering Samsung is using it as a selling point.

Currently I have a Netgear ReadyNAS which supports DNLA, and I currently use it now with the WDTV Live device, works great. If this TV is able to replace the WDTV Live and stream direct to the TV, that would be the goal. Most of the files are divx or xvid.

My question is will this TV be able to handle the basic functionality such as play, pause, ff, and rew? I hear that Play is not an issue, but the rest would be pretty dang helpful. I do not plan on using the samsung pc share software as I dont have a spare PC laying around to act a server. The NAS is there for this reason.

Is this a firmware issue? Is it more than that? Looking for a solid answer.


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Samsung 7000 series & DNLA
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / January 14, 2010 4:51 AM PST


We can only support PC Share Manager officially in terms of troubleshooting and for codec support. So what's listed in the manual is what we do know will work. Here is a list from the manual:

Also, not all formats allow all of the functionality you listed. That also is outlined in the manual. While different drives may or may not be compatible (I can't speak to that since there are such a diverse number of possible solutions), even with PC Share Manager, some of the functionality limitations are listed in the manual.

So if a different unit or software package works better, then I'll let the forum members speak to that.


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my 46 inch 7series led-tv
by xtralars / January 18, 2010 4:30 AM PST

I'm using my led-tv to stream from my Synology CS-407 NAS.
It works great, except a couple of things.

1: If I pause a video for a long time, when I press play it seems like it plays the cache and then stops as if reaching the end of the video.
2: I can't ff/rew. Wich makes point 1 crazy annoying since I have to watch everything all over.
3: It doesn't support DTS sound. According to this forum, this is not something that will be changed.

So it seems to me that a 6-series led-tv plus a box like wd tv live would be a better solution.
It annoys me that my tv does 95% of what I need it to, and has these 3 things that makes me want/need to buy more equipment.. My plan was not to...

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