Question about Kenwood DV-5050M Multi-disc DVD Player
Tracking is also known to cause the jump between Hi-Fi and standard sound on VCR's I have 2 Zenith VRE510HF vcr's and both have exibited this behavior in the past and when the track was slightly adjusted the problem goes away. Be sure to adjust your tracking per tape as it may appear to be a perfect picture even when it is right on that very thin line between a good and a bad tracking setting.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
It means that it is adjusting the sound from mono to hi'fi... probably because the tape is dirty/damaged or (more likely) the unit needs to be seriously cleaned. Try a cleaning tape, and if that doesnt work have a shop clean it.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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