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Hi,

Since last update it is possible to choose subtitles (SRT) when tv is playing movies from NAS.

However the subtitles are not displayed always when chosen, some times they are displayed, sometimes not.

It seems the software is unstabile on this point or my  Oled65CX6LA has a defect.

My other TV Oled55B6V shows subtitles always.

Any one the same problem?

 

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