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No video output on all formats with a top bar hum & buzzing

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Start by making sure you haven't switched your audio and video connections from the player to the TV (if you're connecting that way).

If the player is hooked up using an RF output to the TV's antenna jack, and you watch it on channel 3 or 4, try switching to the other channel. Most players today have only video and audio outputs, so this might not apply to yours.

If it's hooked up correctly and still has the trouble, there's a component problem inside. But with the low cost of DVD players today, it's less expensive to replace it than to have it repaired. (Most service places won't even offer repairs on DVD players. It's a complete waste of their time.)

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Is there a way I can fix the low static sound on my Magnavox DVD player


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Dec 30, 2015 | Magnavox DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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We have no sound when we play a disc..picture is on.


How are the DVD player and the TV connected?
Coax cable? (Carries both audio & video.)
Composite output? (Red & white for audio, yellow for video)
Component output? (Red & Blue & Green for video, White & Red for stereo audio)
DVI output? (Video only)
HDMI output? (Carries both video & audio)

Feb 14, 2015 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Formats for dvp-ns70h


selectable 720p/1080i output via HDMI digital interface (separate adapter available for TVs with DVI input)
selectable progressive-scan mode for smoother video with HD-compatible TVs (via the component video output)
optical and coaxial digital outputs for Dolby Digital/DTS /PCM
  • 1 set of audio/video outputs (composite, S-video, 480i/480p component video, and HDMI)
  • plays DVD-Video discs, DVD-Rs & DVD-RWs, and DVD+Rs & DVD+RWs
  • plays CDs, CD-Rs & CD-RWs, and MP3 CDs
  • plays digital picture CDs (JPEG)
  • remote control (multibrand for TVs)
  • 108MHz/12-bit video DAC
  • 192kHz/24-bit audio DAC

Oct 14, 2012 | Sony DVP-NS70H DVD Player

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Dvd's aren't fitting my screen, the sides and top/bottom is being cut of. I've tried the display menu, zoom, and making it widescreen, and it doesn't work.


Are you playing wide-screen movies on a 4x3=1.33:1 (standard=SD) TV? DVD output by default is SD. Even 16x9=1.78:1 (HD) movies with have top and bottom bars. Many "wide-screen" DVDs are squeezed horizontally so that you have to stretch them. Many theatrical releases are up to 2.7:1 or so. Side bars indicate you have the DVD output set for 4x3 and your TV is HD-like. There are usually controls for the screen format on HD TVs--no controls on SD TV. Hey, early movies were 1:1--take them side bars. More on aspect ratio (AR) in Wiki, I bet. With letterbox of SD you can get "pillar box" with black on all 4 side. Get a better source and/or choose a different AR. -Ken

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I am trying to record to a blank dvd-r. I load a


If exact model is Samsung DVD-VR357, than it doesn't even has to recognise blank disc as your unit is DVD PLAYER with Video Casette Recorder.

See Specs. for your unit below:
Function Combination VCR Y Compatibility Playback Media DVD-R,DVD-RW,DVD+R,DVD+RW,CD-R/RW,CD,VHS, DVD-RAM Playback Formats MP3, WMA, JPEG, MPEG-4, DivX A/V Quality Progressive Scan Y HD Upconversion 720p/1080i Digital-to-Analog Converter 10-Bit/54MHz DTS Output Y Dolby Digital Surround Sound Y Connectivity HDMI CEC Y Convenience Child Protection Parental Control Physical Features Connectivity HDMI Output Y Component Video Output 1(Rear) S-Video Output 1(Rear) Composite Video Output 1(Rear) Coaxial Digital Audio Outputs 1(Rear) Optical Audio Output 1(Rear) Product Weight & Dimensions Dimension 16.9" x 3.1" x 11" Weight 8.8Lbs. Shipment Weight & Dimensions Dimension 20.2" x 7.1" x 15.1" Weight 12.1Lbs.

Closest model match for DVD recording unit would be DVD-VR375

Unfortunately you have player only and you won't be able to recor DVDs with it whatsoever.

Good luck

Jun 24, 2009 | Samsung DVD-VR357

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Makes a buzzing/humming sound when playing a dvd or cd


that is a problem with the amp.
does this player have a dvd player built in or not

May 11, 2009 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Playability of mpeg4


YES, IT CAN

no kidding, use mpeg converter, you will find it can convert any video format to mpeg, rock and roll

How to change the recording video type to MPEG?

Mpeg format is very popular for its wide-ranged compatibility with video editor and media player, and its cross-platform neutral capability, meaning the mpeg format can be easily handled not only by Windows OS, but also on Mac. Mpeg is a compression codec used to reduce the space video files take up without severely compromising image quality. And MPEG-4 is the global multimedia standard, delivering professional-quality audio and video streams over a wide range of bandwidths, from cell phone to broadband and beyond.This could explain why so many people choose mpeg format for video editing purpose. It is also no surprise that people would ask about how to change the recording video type to MPEG format or how to convert mpeg to other formats.

Mpeg converter is born to solve the mpeg related conversion problem. Mpeg converter can convert almost all kind of video formats to MPEG file, such AVI, WMV, ASF, 3GP, MOV, VOB, MPG/MPEG2 and FLV (Flash Video), which could be converted/exported as avi, mpg, mp4 video formats for your later options, while keeping the original video quality. Mpeg converter can also extract audio track from those supported video to m4a, mp3, wav audio formats. besides, it is a powelful video editing tool too. Mpeg converter lets you trim any splendid clips or episodes of your favorite videos, crop the unwanted black edges of video, apply video effects, and capture pictures from your video.

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Nov 26, 2008 | Sony DVP-NS575P DVD Player

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I have a philips DVD home theatre system HTS8100. Its fine except that NO dvds play in synch. I have checked them on my normal DVD player & they are fine. The synch button on the remote sometimes fixes...


Synch problems on Philips machines can be caused by the video output setting.

Usually there are 3 options for video output:
  • PAL
  • NTSC
  • AUTO
PAL & NTSC force playback in that setting, regardless of DVD format, and sometimes cause a time delay in the conversion.

Try changing this option to AUTO. IF you have a modern TV, it should allow both PAL & NTSC playback.

May 12, 2008 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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1}DVDR 3480 playback on many Dvds widescreen insteadof 4.3 as set. 2) my Vcr. has 3pin phono. Dvdr scart to Phono .Xt2 says nosignal. Phono tophono (cam socket) no signal .cannot copt tape to DVD. 3)B W...


1) The 4:3 / 16:9 option only optimises playback for that particular type of TV. The 4:3 setting also allows you to set the output between:

  • 4:3 PS - expands the picture vertically and horizontally which gets rid of the black bars, but you also lose the left and right edges of the picture.
  • 4:3 LB - Letterbox format, displays the full picture from the disc, with black bars top and bottom.
The PS option loses the bars on 16:9 widescreen DVDs, but may still leave bars on true cinema widescreen DVDs, which are 21.7:9
This is normal.
  • 16:9 - Optimises the picture for a widescreen TV. Again True cinema widescreen DVDs will still have black bars.
2) All of the external inputs will show "No signal" until there is actually a signal playing into them.
EG to copy VHS to DVD, you will need to select the relevant scart or phono input, and press play before the recorder will register a signal and allow recording.
Some bought VHS videos have copy protection, and may cause problems when copying to DVD.

3) Greenish playback maybe caused by colour setting on TV being too high. Also check Hue or Tint settings on the TV, if it has them.

4) For some reason, in their infinite wisdom, Philips omitted the Video Plus facility from this model.

Apr 28, 2008 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Loud buzzing noise


Out put Capacitor breaking down - needs a serive replacement if available.

Nov 13, 2006 | Sony DVP-NS55P DVD Player

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