Question about Norcent Technologies DP313 DVD Player
Start a DVD playing, cover the IR sensor on the DVD player with something opaque. Try changing the volume, the player should keep playing. Your TV, surround sound, and DVD player have conflicting IR codes. The DVD player probably does not use a discreet IC to filter the IR sensor, and the processor in the DVD player is having to look at all the IR codes picked up by the IR sensor. Go to Walmart or KMart and buy a new DVD player for $29.00 or stop changing the volume while watching DVDs :) Sorry, there's no real solution that I know of. Paul.
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
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