Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
I have a HMDI plug from the dvd player too the receiver which I have a picture but no sound
Sometimes u need to go into ur TV settings and see if the audio is set to run off the tv or do u need a digital coxale for the receiver too. What happends if u use another hookup option? Do u get any sound or does it stay in mute.
Try to see if u just go straight from DVD to another system if u can or if this is on a sat hook up contact the providers helpdesk.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a JVC DVD
Sorry to say, no; this is a model limitation not a fault as such. XV-N670B is a DVD player, and the playable formats are:
DVD-Video, DVD-RW/-R, +RW/+R, CD, CD-R/RW, SVCD/VCD, WMA/MP3/JPEG, DivX. No Blu-ray support.
The JVC XV-BP11 and XV-BP1 do play Blu-Ray discs, as they are specifically Blu-Ray players (according to the JVC website).
I have heard of quite a few Blu-Ray players allowing DVD playback. The XV-BP1 supports the following playable media: BD-R/RE (Blu-Ray), DVD-Video/-R/-RW, R/ RW, CD, USB (again, this is from the same JVC website). You would need to purchase this or a similar Blu-Ray player to enjoy the benefits it has to offer (but it's up to you if you want one of those later on).
DVDs are still good, the 'disc error' message on your DVD player is normal due to the wrong media format inserted. The bonus here is it didn't cost you anything to ask, and you don't need a workshop quote on repairs.
This is the best free advice I can offer.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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Probably. I recommend posting a photo of the back of each unit. If the DT HD box only has an F coax connector for an aerial input, then yes, you'll need a modulator.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Yes, you can connect the HDMI Cable from the Blu-ray Player to the TV directly and then, connect the Digital Optical cable from the Blu-ray Player to the Receiver.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
We had this very same problem and all we did was upgrade our standard, generic HDMI cable to a Monster brand "higher def" cable, and all was right with the world. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
connect the dvd player to the tv insert a disk then press the progressive scan (proscan) button on the remote control. If the progressive scan is on then there is a possibility of video missing in some tv's. If then also there is no video then you have to check the video cable. Try with some othere video cable.
If the problem previes after replasing the video cable then the video processor in the dvd player is fauly. You will not get this video processor in the oppen market. Only way is replasing the board.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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