Question about 2007 Lexus ES 350
I have the mark Levinson audio system in the car and it is supposed to play DVD audio discs in 5.1 surround, but i have channels missing. the dealer says that another identical system has the same problem and doesn't have a clue how to fix it. i paid extra for this and it doesn't do what it is suppose to do. My 2004 acura TL has no problem playing the dvd audio discs in noticeable surround sound. Have you heard of this? Any thoughts?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
UNKNOWN BUT TOO REPLACE
IF YOU CAN SEE THE RADIO DON'T REPLACE IT
BUT ITS A LEXUS THE CAR IS 1 OF A KIND IT SELF BESIDES THE CRACK IN THE RADIO
GET A NEW 1 WITH BLUETOOTH by ALPINE and get yo stunt on its 2009
THE WORLD IS CRACKED NOT NAVIE GLASS
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
1. Confirm the customer's complaint of DVD RSE system inoperative.
2. For vehicles with Lexus Navigation System, perform the following procedure to turn OFF the RSE Lock function:
A. Press the INFO button to display the "Information" screen on the navigation unit.
B. Press the "Screen Setting" touch button on the navigation display.
C. Under the "Rear Lock" option, press the "OFF" touch button and then press "OK" in the upper right part of the display.
D. Press the DVD switch on the RSE system, (If a DVD is NOT already in the player, insert one) and confirm screen is "ON" and the system will play DVD's.
3. For vehicles without Lexus Navigation System, perform the procedure to turn "OFF" the RSE Lock function.
A. Push the audio control knob multiple times to cycle through the various options (Bass, Mid, Treble, etc.) until "Rear Lock" is shown on the screen.
B. Turn the audio control knob so the display says "OFF" next to "REAR LOCK".
C. Press the DVD switch on the RSE (if a DVD is NOT already in the player, insert one.) and confirm screen is "ON" and the system will play DVDs.
4. If the above procedure resolves the concern, explain the system operation to the customer. This procedure is described in the "Audio/Video" section of the vehicle owner's manual.let me know lf this helps.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
another thought is try disconnecting the battery for and hour or 2 and see if that resets it,your last resort may be (hate to say it ) dealer to look at it
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
sorry havent a clue on this one ,but i think you may have to use the cd player ?? how look in the hand book but i do know that a lot of new vehicles load through the cd player and it has to have the original disk before its recognised ,this is to stop people like me loading pirates from the torrent sites
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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Connect a set of RCA audio and video cables to the color-coded outputs
on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. The colors of these cables are
yellow (video), white (left audio) and red (right audio).
Take the other end of the RCA audio and video cables and connect them to
the color-corresponding inputs on your television. When plugging in these
cables, look for a label for the input, such as "Video 1" and
"Audio 1." This will be important in Step 5.
Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.
Tune your television to the video input channel that you noted in Step
3. If you did not take note, you can also tune through your television's input
channels until you find the one displaying the signal from the DVD/VCR player.
Insert a VHS tape or DVD into the Samsung player and press the
"Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.
Plug the power cable of the Samsung VHS/DVD player into an available
power outlet near the television.
Connect a set of component video cables to the color-coded outputs on
the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. These cables will look similar to
composite audio and video cables, but they are instead color-coded as red, blue
Plug the other end of the component video cables into the
color-corresponding inputs on your television. Take note of what input number
you are plugging the cords into, as it will be useful later.
Connect a set of RCA audio cables to "Audio Out" jacks on your
VHS/DVD player, then connect the other ends to your television. These cables
are color-coded as red and white and must be plugged into the same input number
as the component video cables.
Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.
Tune your television to the component video input channel where you
connected the Samsung VHS/DVD player.
Insert a VHS or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play"
button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.
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