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    wma audioformat not supported??

    Hi,
    I try to play music from a usb-stick with .wma format, however i get these error message that this format is not supported . But in the specification it says that .wma is supported. Does anyone else have this problem? I already upgraded the firmware to latest upgrade.
    thanks beforehand
    Janette

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    forgot to say, but my question is about blu ray bdp7700

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    According to the codec table, it supports .wma with bitrate 64kbps ~ 160kbps.
    could you check your file if it is within this range of bitrate?

    file can be analysed by mediainfo http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en

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    Hi Kylie,
    thanks. I checked and the files are much higher (909 kbps). I'll keep in in mind when downloading files.

    regards,
    janette

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