Audioholics talks about connecting my Blu ray player via the Internet. This may sound basic, but I don’t want to sacrifice any quality or audio sound hooking up anything incorrectly.
My tv is currently hooked up the wall with a cat6 cable. So In order to connect my Blu ray player based upon audioholics recommendations (see below) am I connecting my blue ray to the tv or at I getting a splitter to connect both my TV and the Blu-ray player to the wall? I also have an AV receiver and I will be hooking up 7.2 Atmos. I don’t want to hook anything up incorrectly that will jeopardize my video and audio experience. I will also be using blue Jean HDMI cables.
Audioholics says “
Connecting Your Blu-ray Player to the Internet
First, any updates for your Blu-ray player can be automatically downloaded and installed. Installing software updates (called firmware updates) is important as these updates are used to provide compatibility for newer Blu-ray discs. If you don’t update your player occasionally, some new discs may not play.
Secondly, some extra or interactive content on Blu-ray discs can only be loaded if your player is connected to the Internet. Your Blu-ray player may have Internet streaming functions such as Netflix and YouTube. You must connect the player to the Internet in order to use these streaming services.”
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