Question about Zenith DVB317 DVD Player
Well bacically the disk plays i can hear the audio fine, i even bought new cables so i know they work and tryed them on other dvd players. but the zenith dosent work. a while back i think it fell and the video cable was yanked out. i would just get another one but my hubbys dad gave it to him and hes no longer with us. is there a way to repair the video out port, hes pretty good at electronic type repairs like re-wiring things. can anyone help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Panasonic is not "region restricted". This is a security safeguard by studios to keep people from region 1 from using region 3 content. Some material is released in other countries first and later in others. This keeps other regions from using the content from other parts of the world before it is relaesed by the studio there. Your Zenith is not a region free player and the Panasonic is. There is sometimes hacks on Videohelp.com for DVD players to be set to "region free" but not all DVD players are built with it. SONY is another non-hackable DVD player.
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
SOURCE: Zenith xbr716
ALL cable is digital.
What type of TV do you have? Does it have any scart conections on it? If not connect the Cable box with a scart lead to your VCR select the AV channel on your VCR, connect your VCR to your TV via the RF connection, (if it has not got one, its not a TV, its a monitor). Tune your TV in to the video channel.
You do not need an RF modulator for a home TV setup, whoever told you that is a fool.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
SOURCE: zenith xbr616
I have the exact same issue, DVD don't play. The VCR works & the cds will play on DVD side, but it will not play DVD. Warranty is expired and we barely used it.
Posted on May 23, 2008
The Audio file may not be supported on the DVD player, or try another disk in the DVD player (another movie) see if the sound still skips
you could check the red and white audio cables (or HDMI if you have it) make sure they are not loose or disconnected
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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