Tv and dvd remote controls interfere with each other
I have owned a goodman dvd player for many years paid £150 for it and it plays all formats.
This year bought lg tv either 32lc4 or 32lc5. If I try to play dvd though it dvd remote control buttons either don't work or give a different response.
Using tv remote to increase volume os sound does that but also increases speed of dvd play back.
Stop on dvd remote mutes sound, but sometimes there is no sound at all
Re: tv and dvd remote controls interfere with each other
Found out that signals from both remotes were on same waveband
moved dvd player tp differnet tv in diferent room and bought new dvd player to couple with LG flat screen
Not a technical solution bit did the trick
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Hey scowtz, if your dvd is a burned copy or has other file formats that are not the most common, or I should say, basic types then it most likely will not play it. TV/DVD Combo's are made with the most basic formats. If you want to play burned copies I suggest get a dvd player and look for the formats that it plays. Usually the format label is printed on the front of the dvd player. However, if your dvd is an original that you bought from a store and it still does not play it, then its an OEM issue. Meaning you need to return it / send it for warranty / or get a replacement. I hate to say it but these dvd players built in to the tv are not the greatest and very basic so the manufactures do not put much effort in building a good quality ones. (This is only an opinion but I use to work at a home theatre dept. at a major electronic store that I probably should not disclose and these issues were common). Get the stand alone dvd players, some are quite cheap and play wide variety of formats and are actually pretty solid players. I hope this helps. Give me a feedback if this does not help. Good luck. - Joe
If you are using the built-in DVD tray, press TV (in case you have a Cable Set-top box). Then press Input and navigate with the up/down keys to the line labeled DVD. Then press OK. Finally press play on the Polaroid TDA-03211C remote or on the side of the TV. The remote play button is in the center of the row below the row with skip reverse and skip forward buttons.
If you are using a different DVD player, press the input button and then the up/down arrows to get to the input for your DVD player. Then press the DVD button to control the DVD player.
If you are using a universal remote control, then you may need to program it to the TV and the DVD player separately. (Some universal remotes may only support the TV functions of this TV.) Make sure that your universal remote has an input button that works. You may need to try multiple codes for Polaroid TVs.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (note: the DVD must be correctly installed so that the printed side (label) is facing the front of the TV. If you do not get a response, try the disc in another DVD player. The DVD player laser tracking can fail without warning. If the disc plays in other units, this may be the problem.)
Switch off TV manually, remove batteries from remote, switch off power outlet and remove plug and wait for 48 hours and retry. Look for any jammed buttons on remote or on control panel. Change input device to something that works like a DVD player and see.
Usually to change the video format of your tv you will find it in the remote control try to look for format button in your remote there you can change the different aspect ratio of your video format settings. hope this help good day and best regards.
Some brand name of the DVD player.Some brand name DVD player,u must used it own DVD player remote to turn on the volume higer or lower to get it up or lower on the movie DVD discs or any kind of DVD discs are playing.The tv dosen't control the output volume of the movie,if the function require the DVD player remote to do it.Check ur DVD player remote see if u have a volume control buttons + - used those buttons on the DVD remote control u will control the volume of the movie DVD disc it is playing on the DVD player.
That is one problem with buying open box or display models. Ive learned the hardway myself. I'm guessing if this is the case you did not get a warranty with the item either.
The only thing I can suggest is that you buy a replacement remote from the manufactor. Seems proscan products are made by RCA. This is a link you will be able to email them and tell them you need a remote give them the make and model of the TV, to get a price.
I hooked up a Pioneer DVD player to my TV and when I play a DVD the volume cannot be controlled by the TV. It just plays at one level and on the louder side. When I'm watching regular TV and the DVD player is on and playing a disc I start to hear the DVD soundtrack at the same time as the whatever I'm watching on TV. I should not be able to hear anything until I switch over to Video 1. Any suggestions?
First, is the DVD player output (Video out, audio out) connected to the TV input?
Have you used the Yellow cable from DVD video out to the TV video in? Mixing the audio and video cables will result in no signal.
Have you selected the proper input with your TV remote control. Most plasmas accept a variety of input signals; you must select the right one.
I deal with a number of these issues. Usually the connections are made improperly or the correct input source is not selected with the TV remote.
Put a DVD in the player and press play. Be sure you have made the proper connection from DVD player video/audio out into an auxiliary or video input on the TV. These could be labeled Line 1 or Line 2. With the DVD playing, run through the input options on your remote control. The button might be marked source, video or input. The screen should display your choices i.e. video 1, video 2, etc. When you see your DVD program, you've got the right combination.