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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Movieman, Feb 11, 2014.

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    hi guys, after a bit of guidance if you can, Ive got a sony BDP-S790 blu ray player connected via TP link powerlines (TP-PA411) to my NAS (synology CS407) Im trying to play MKV files from it, however the films are very juddery, could the file size be to big (28gig) for the network?
     
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    Are your powerline adaptors plugged directly into the wall or using a trailing socket, I had the same problem until I changed this.
     
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    Yes the power lines are directly plugged int the wall.
     
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    If its an older house it could be the wiring or another device interfering.
     

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