I have bought an Acesonic DGX-106 Multifunction karaoke player, which has no remote. It appears that to gain maximum usage, I need the remote. I think trying to obtain an original remote is not an option. What is the best way to get full operation? Would a universal remote work, and if so, which type? Will there be a problem with codes for this machine? Thanks a million for any help!
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Hi there, the problem with this type of dvd player is that the remote has a pause/play combined button. You need to get yourself a generic remote and program it to use the dvd player, make sure it has a seperate play/pause button. When you have this remote use the following code :
Audio, 1, 9, 8, 2, Subtitle, Pause and then 0
Make sure you have the disc tray open at the time. The screen should display "On" if the code worked correctly.
Ok, here is what you need to do :-
1. Remove any disc that might be in the machine
2. Unplug the power lead from the player
3. after 30 seconds reconnect the power lead
4. Turn on the dvd player with the remote and wait for "No Disc" to be displayed.
5. Press enter on the remote then press 8,4,2,6,9 then press enter. The dvd player should switch off
6. Turn the dvd player back on, then off again. Do this once more and it should now be region free
All you need is the key to unlock the Region Code. This key is a combination of pressing certain buttons on the remote and DVD player that will bring it up.
What you need to do is post either on here again the DVD model number and the words "Region Code Crack".
The owners of your model will then tell you what it is. Or you can see if it is on-line by doing the same as the above on Google etc.
check all the power transistor and resistor in the amplifier section, check also the power supply for correct voltage. if all the components are good next step is check the speaker. leaky capacitor makes your amplifier a popping sound output. i hope this may help you... good luck...