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HI, does the CD that you put in that doesn't play are the CD you use before and plays on your CD player?If yes then that is a lens issue the lens probably need replacement
try to clean first the lens of the player with a soft cloth dip in an alcohol wipe the lens do not apply too much pressure when wiping
are the CD format compatible with your player there are different audio formats which we must consider with the compatibility with the player ex..audio CD,MP3,MIDI,VCD,DVD,MP4 etc.your player must support this format to play this disk.
The primary cause of disk reading failure is the lens itself .if your CD player is more than 3 years old then it must be the lens to replace next is the spindle motor this motor is the one spins the disk the life span of this motor is 4 to 5 years this are the things to consider and you can decide which part needs relacement thank you and good luck!
DVP3120 can play all DVD, VCD,MP3 and Audio CD and Support the below formats
Audio Video format NTSC & PAL
DVP3120 will play CD, CD-R/CD-RW, Video CD/SVCD, DVD, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-Video Discs as well as MP3-CD, MP3-DVD, WMA-CD discs and MP3, WMA and JPEG Files.
It can play Audio CD, MP3, WMA, including formats like Video CD (VCD), DVD, Div. It has 4 channels, with In-Dash Player, In-Dash Monitor. Th inputs it recognizes & plays are DVD Video, VCD, SVCD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD (Audio), CD-R, CD-RW. In the radio you can hear AM, F. It has a 6.5 inch dipla. A quote from their website reads "The AVH-P4900DVD lets you take your digital music files with you,
whether they're MP3 or WMA format. Burn files onto one CD-R and play
them in any mix you want. Use the touch-panel to easily navigate
through your file and folder lists to find exactly the song you are in
the mood for." I hope this is enough to answer your query!......sodeep
Hi Sir, The problem is with the codec that is require to play sound.You can resolve this by playing your DVD in another player like VLC media player or you will have to install the latest codec pack which supports major Audio and Video formats.
Following are the links to download both the VLC media player and K-Lite mega codec pack- Download any one of them and install on your system.I am pretty sure this will resolve your problem.
DVD -R / - RW
DVD +R / +RW
CD -R / -RW
The player can play CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs recorded in the following formats:
- music CD format
- video CD format
- MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of format conforming
to ISO 9660 * Level 1/Level 2, or its' extended format, Joliet Kodak Picture CD format.
*(A logical format of files and folders on CD-ROMs defined by ISO)
The player can play DVD-ROMs/DVD*RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-Rs recorded in the following formats :
- MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of format conforming to UDF(Universal Disk Format).
In other words, just about everything. If this answers your question PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks.
If you are using just a "yellow" ended cable for the video, maybe your custom settings are set to use "component"? I have been using this same dvd player for a while with the component video out and it works fine. I hope this helps.
Checked specs- YES -supposed to play MP3's.
Did you try other MP3 Audio disks in the DVD?
You can try the MP3 disk in your computer to make sure it is OK.
If it plays in the computer, have to suspect a problem with the DVD unit - probably the converter IC.