Integra DPS 8.5
The Integra DPC-8.5 changer (as opposed to the DPS-8.3 single-play unit -- not sure which you have, as you mention DPS-8.5, a non-existent model) and most of the integra line of players, will sometimes be thrown into brainlock by out-of-step shutoffs. They will usually respond to the Integra/Onkyo instruction manual's directions to turn it off (you're already done that), then unplug the power cord from the back of the machine, wait a few seconds (make it 30 to be safe), then plug it back in and turn it on via the standby switch. The screen should display its welcome message, cycle through startup, and being working again. It is very much like rebooting a PC. In fact there is little difference.
If this doesn't work then something has gone wrong inside and probably has nothing to do with your shutdown method on the way out the door. These things do happen. Hopefully by now you've already figured this out. If not, give it a try. It usually works.
Jul 04, 2008 |
Integra DPS-8.3 DVD Player