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When the BD-J5100 has turned on or off the subtitles, you can use the remote control of the BD-J5100 to adjust the subtitles as you wish. You can find the remote control on the BD-J5100. The remote control has a number of buttons, including the buttons for volume adjustment, a power button, the playback button, the search button, the disc eject button, the audio input button, the video input button, the subtitle button, the search button for subtitles, the standby button, the volume button, and the power button. You may press the remote control to turn on or off the subtitles.
It was supposed to be a routine gesture to turn on or off subtitles on Samsung players, but it has slightly changed. If you don't know how to do this, you may feel frustrated and afraid of missing out the subtitles. How to do it? Let's see more details about the process here.
Let's consider the Samsung BD-J5100 for example, the BD-J5100 can work as a BD player, a USB hub, a game console, and a DVD player. If you have a digital projector, the BD-J5100 can be connected to the projector and the digital projector can be powered by the BD-J5100. This features can be found on the BD-J5100. So if you want to turn on or off subtitles on the BD-J5100, you may connect the USB to the BD-J5100, and a DVD or Blu-ray disc is inserted into the BD-J5100, allowing you to have a DVD or Blu-ray disc played on the BD-J5100. After that, the BD-J5100 will automatically turn on or off the subtitles.
If you ask me, no matter whether it is a new Samsung Blu-ray player or not, it is still the same one as the predecessor. The biggest changes in the new Samsung Blu-ray player are the capability of multi-room and multi-view support. That means, if you have the support of multi-room, you can watch your movies from different room with the same Samsung Blu-ray player. And, if you have the support of multi-view, you can watch a group of movies simultaneously. The new Samsung Blu-ray player supports up to 8 multi-room and 6 multi-view at the same time. Here are the outputs of multi-room and multi-view in Samsung Blu-ray players:
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