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Re: no recognize disks CD and formats MP3
I work for Coby technical support. Our customer service phone number is 1-800-727-3592.
the player will no longer read any commercial cd that you attempt to
play or MP3 disks, the unit is defective and needs to be replaced. The unit has a 90 day warranty from
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I can only think there is dust on the lens of your DVD Player.
Have you got a CD/DVD Lens Cleaner disk ?
If not you are going to have to get one! that are not dear, and once you get it. You add the solution to the hairs on the disk then pop it in your player and put it to the track that it says to you via your TV speaker etc.
Once that is done you should be able to watch your DVD's and relax.
try to insert other disk, make sure the file format with in the dvd that you use is applicable to the dvd player if not it will not recognized.now if still other dvd's doesn't read try to clean the optic sensor with cd lens cleaner might be dusty.another way is manual cleaning with the use of smooth cotton buds with isoprophyl alcohol wipe the optic sensor do this gently not to damaged the optic sensor. good luck hope this will help you.
Several causes for non-playback: 1. Your CD player doesn't like CD-R 2. Your CD player doesn't recognize wma 3. The music you converted to wma is copy protected and the CD player wont play due to that.
Solutions: 1. Most likely this isn't the problem as most working CD/DVD players recognize CD-R. Double check with your user manual. 2. Check your DVD player's playback formats. Most will play mp3 and wav. If that's the case, rip your music to mp3. 3. There are many hacks out there to remove copy protection. This you'll have to figure out on your own :)
I resisted this conclusion for years before I finally got smart and purchased Nero - it will convert your mpeg files to VOB format, at which point you can burn a DVD-video that the Philips player will recognize.
Now, there are other options. If the files are either MPEG-1 or MPEG-2, you can burn them as a Video CD, if the files are smaller than 800MB.
What you cannot do is burn the files as a Data DVD or Data CD - the player just isn't capable of recognizing data discs.
You can try downloading several free programs to convert the MPEG's to VOB format, but, in the end, you will probably just end up infesting your computer with malware/spyware/etc.
My professional opinion is to go ahead and purchase Nero or Roxio to do the job.
It seems the DVD player is not recognizing 4GB flash disk. I have checked and I can't see that there is a firmware update for this model though I can see one for the DMR 50. Try contacting Jamo support
If you have another usb lead or a lead that can collect two usb sockets to the flash disk you may find this works as there is more 5 volts power available from two sockets.
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