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Does the DVD player play all DVD disk formats?

The DVD player will play some reproduced DVDs and not others. What is the acceptable disc format? Thanks

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The brands all vary as well as the players. I would try different brands until you find some that your player/recorder likes. We use Imations and TDK's. For DVD burning I would definitely stay away from non brands.

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you must read your instruc, manual for to see what format the DVD blue ray accept. download the instr.manual from or
Remember NOT all format are support form any DVD is doesnot matter if is DVD BLUE RAY or DVD conventional.

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