Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-Ray Troubleshooting
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A smattering of problems can make using your Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player difficult. The player can fall victim to problems with Wi-Fi, audio and picture issues, and problems with the player's parental lock. Troubleshoot any problems you have with your Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player to see if you can resolve the problem on your own.
You need to wait at least 30 seconds after activating your wireless connection on your Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player. If the wireless connection is set up to automatically connect after turning on the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player, you still need to wait 30 seconds before attempting to use apps that require an Internet connection. Also, if you try to use any of the apps on the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player and don't have an account with that service, such as Netflix, you will need to set up an account with that service before you can use the app.
If you're not hearing the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player's audio through a connected surround sound system, there are a coupe of things you need to check: 1) Ensure the surround sound system is turned on and set to play audio from the input the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player is connected to. 2) The surround sound system may not be compatible with either the Bitstream or LPCM audio formats, which is how the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player outputs audio. You can see what audio formats your surround sound system supports by checking the surround sound system's manual. 3) Ensure that the surround sound systems audio is not muted or turned down all the way down. Alternatively, make sure the audio is not turned down or muted on the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player.
If the sound coming from the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player is distorted, turn the player's volume down. Alternatively, make sure the speakers are firmly connected to the outputs on both the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player and the external device. Also, check the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player's Audio Out settings in the player's Audio menu. If the Audio Out is set to Bitstream, try changing the audio to output in LPCM.
You will not be able to play an audio disc that contains WMA file unless the sample rate of the files is 44.1 kilohertz or 48 kilohertz. Alternatively, you won't be able to play MP3 files unless the sample rate of the files is 32, 44.1 or 48 kilohertz, and the bit rate is between 112 and 320 kilobytes per second.
You won't see a high definition picture on the outputted screen if either the disc you are viewing doesn't have high definition video on it or the TV you are viewing the video on doesn't support it. If the video does have high definition video content and the TV supports high definition, you must connect the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player to the TV using a video cable that carries high definition video, such as an HDMI or component cable.
The picture could appear distorted if the video on the disc you're watching is low quality. Also, connecting the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player to another device and then connecting that device to a TV could distort the picture quality of content from the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player. Connect the Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player directly to the TV for the best possible picture. Adjusts your TV's aspect ratio; different aspect ratios such as zoom or wide mode can stretch the picture beyond its native resolution and make it appear distorted.
Forgot Parental Passcode
If you forgot the parental passcode that you set up or if someone else set up the parental passcode on your device, enter "4737" when prompted to clear the parental passcode from your device. You will need to set up the parental passcode again if you want certain aspects of your Magnavox MBP5220F Blu-ray player to be locked.