Re: WHAT IS THE DEST ERROR IN SONY AUDIO HI FI SYSTEMS
Disc Error you need to check the CD quality,condition ,& correct CD placement! There is a chance that the CD optic lens needs to be cleaned or replaced or CD lens motor mech. is bad & needs replacement!
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If they both have HDMI connectors then a HDMI lead should be all you need. If the Logitech doesn't have one (I'm assuming the Samsung will) then I would contact Samsung or read the manual about connecting Hi-Fi systems to it.
Hi, I believe I know the problem having attempted to fix no less that a few dozen dvd players with similar problems. I would first try to clean the laser head with a dvd lens cleaner ( the kind with auto play and the little brushes actually on the disc.) Occasionally there may be foreign material partially obstructing the path of the laser beam causing playback for audio but not all dvd's-If that does not work I would say the dvd system has reached near the end of its life cycle ( this can be as little as a yr depending on how many total hours played and the manufacturer.) it can be the laser has gotten a little weak but more often than not the video digital to analogue has over heated just one to many times and is now on the fritz. I have never successfully repaired a dvd player that played music but not movies ( they're too cheap to buy these days to put so much effort into unfortunately-although as I said dirt can't be ruled out-I really had a game console that somehow had a dusty lens.) I hope this was of some use, thank you for choosing FixYa, write back to let us know if this helped or if we can be of further assistance,good luck-Prodzilla
My first solution would be to clean the glass laser eye with cotton swab and rubbing alcohol. If the player is self-fixable, that always works. If the cleaning does not work, than that means the eye motor or timing is off. If it is off, than it is due to a burnt out capacitor on the system board. THIS IS A VERY COMMON PROBLEM IN ALL PLAYERS. They will all eventually do this sometime in it's lifetime. If the cleaning does not work, than it is time to replace it or have it repaired by a qualified electronics repair technician. They will have to test the motor and all capacitor and components to determine the cause of the error
This sound as if you've got a Local region programed DVD. (India is not NTSC)
However you can try playing a different region and fiddle with the remote. In must cases it should be in automatic. If this doesn't work then you nee a multiregion apparatus. Good Luck
Are the files actually .mp3 format? There are a few different compressed formats available now and some mp3 players etc are not compatible with these formats.
Older players (and some current ones) for instance will not play .wma files which are Windows Media Audio files.