Sony DVP-NS575P DVD Player - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Unit probably has a defective disk motor that is in border line failure. When problem again arises, have the motor replaced

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Nov 08, 2014 | 619 views

See the instructions beginning on page 17 of this manual:

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013 | 60 views

Follow the instructions beginning on page 17 of this manual:

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013 | 30 views

Hi Nemegraff,
I have a Sony DVP- NC665P dvd player. I burned a dvd movie and noticed I could not play it on my player. I was getting a display code "T99". I believe the "T" stands for time on the dvd.
Anyway, to my surprise, I found out if I press the "top menu" button on my remote, the dvd will start from the movie's main menu screen....then just hit enter or play and the movie will play. My problem is solved. I hope this helps you.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Sep 15, 2013 | 655 views

You may download a copy of the manual here.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Apr 23, 2013 | 18 views

You have the child lock turned on. See page 28 of this manual.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Apr 23, 2013 | 220 views

Someone is going to have to open the unit to look to see if mechanism is jammed or out of alignment or if the disc is not in the proper position---either mechanism or a jam is most common here.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Oct 22, 2012 | 88 views

Sony dvp sr320 dvd player is working, but open buton then displayed lovked no open what can i do

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Aug 19, 2012 | 593 views

you must read your instruc. manual for to see what format accept your DVD. Not all the DVD accept all format, download the instr.manual go or www. and proceed according.
However you must shure that must clean the OPU with special DVD cleaner, you can get in Radio Shack or other store electronic supplies. clean it . is a GOOD IDEA, and maybe fix your problem.
God bless you

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Jul 12, 2012 | 94 views

Some dvd players only play .avi files, the cheap ones use a pc dvd drive and will play most files, get a movie encode, ( some are free ) and encode the film into the type your dvd plays, good site to see what dvd's play what files is video help . com

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019 | 371 views

Sub the audio/video cable from the player to the TV, causes issues. If no! check player with another TV set, just to rule out, If DVD player is the problem, it is the laser pickup, or the video processor ic. Far cheaper to replace the device.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Mar 19, 2012 | 25 views

check behind your sony Dvd player for the RCA inputs and fix in the provided RCA cables, match the red jack pin to the red port, white to white and the other end which has one jack pin connect it to your woofer 5.1 speakers. check carefully where to connect as its clearly indicated IN. Remember the remaining yellow cable should be for video signal and the same connected to the monitor for video display.


Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Sep 15, 2011 | 84 views

This is the main power supply which is the SMPS- switch mode power supply .
Please check the link for tips to repair the SMPS>

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Sep 03, 2011 | 581 views

This question was answered earlier. The SONY will not play spurious DVD's and so is not a fault of the player.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Aug 03, 2011 | 56 views

The reputed models will not play these being pirated versions and so it is best to choose originals to be played in your Sony player.
Unfortunately most local models will play these and so must not be taken as fault in the player.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Aug 03, 2011 | 85 views

Problem seems with spindle motor that needs little bit lubrication of WD40 contact cleaner spray.
Let me know if you are willing to take apart dvd player and have WD40 spray.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Jul 29, 2011 | 132 views

Should be a red or grey reset button push it with a toothpick or a butterknife.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Apr 16, 2011 | 172 views

Have you tried using standard RCA AV cables? yellow-red-white - to TV. Or have you tried using an S-Video cable (a 5-pin mini DIN plug) between your DVD player and TV? if your TV has S-Video input, and your player has S-Video output, a cable for this should be easy to obtain and connect. Not expensive either.

Your TV should automatically detect the connection of S-Video (if it has this feature). S-Video is better quality than standard RCA yellow AV cable. (you can leave the existing component video connected)

You can also check your DVD player 'setup' maybe it is incorrect - make sure when using component video (red-green-blue) to set the player's output to progressive (for a TV that supports it) - unless it is already set to this.

If everything in the setup menu checks out OK, go with the cheap and easy S-Video cable suggestion. Radio Shack may sell these.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011 | 105 views

I'm definitely help you with this. However, if you're using another universal remote control with this DVD player, I need the exact model # and make of the Universal remote to provide the codes for this Sony DVD palyer. Please get back to me with the model # .. at least the manufacturer of the Universal remote so that I can help you better.
Thanks for understanding..

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Mar 27, 2011 | 163 views

The Sony DVP-NS575P DVD player is not intended for Blu-Ray media playback. You will need to purchase a Blu-Ray player to enjoy these types of discs. The good news about Blu-Ray is most models support DVD playback as well as Blu-Ray, and these players are not terribly expensive.

There is no mention anywhere in the user manual for this model DVD player about Blu-Ray support. Also in the same manual, this player cannot play discs that do not conform to NTSC standards or which correspond to the region code of the player itself. (basically model limitations)

If your DVD player works fine overall, the good news is it didn't cost you anything to ask, and no workshop charges to worry about - perhaps consider a Blu-Ray player later on if you really want one - keep the DVD player as a spare unit.

Sony DVP-NS575P... | Answered on Mar 12, 2011 | 99 views

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