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How to connect this entertainment system to existing sony recieve

I just purchased the Jwin JD-VD625 and I want to keep using my Sony receiver because we listen to our Sirius satellite radio through the receiver. The directions only show how to hook everything up to the television, but it doesn't mention a receiver. Any suggestions? Thanks

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This is a standalone system. It can't be used with a receiver. Sorry.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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Some unlock codes for Jwin DVD players are:
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1. Press SETUP
2. Press PREV CHAPTER, NEXT CHAPTER, PREV CHAPTER, NEXT CHAPTER, PREV CHAPTER
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1. Press SETUP
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1. Method 1:Press SETUP
2. Press 1, 3, 6, 9
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4. Select RC with UP, "DOWN" (0=codefree)
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1. Method 2:Open the disc tray
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1. Open the disc tray
2. Press SETUP
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1. Open the disc tray
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2. Press 9, 7, 3, 5
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1. (Open the disc tray)
2. Press SETUP
3. Press 1, 3, 6, 9
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5. Press RIGHT
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