Question about Televison & Video
It sounds like a problem with the head. It could just be dirty, Have you run a head cleaner tape through it?
Posted on May 20, 2009
First generation DVD players are defined as those introduced in 1997, the year DVD was introduced to the world. Many of the players that first hit the streets are not 100% compliant with the entire DVD specification.
It's a problem with the sound, and it has nothing to do with the DVD player. The audio on DVDs is simply data - the sound card in your computer processes it and then outputs it. If you store music on your hard drive, you don't need an audio cable from the hard drive to hear it - it's the same kind of thing.
As for why you have no audio, have you tried more than one player software? For example, have you tried both Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center? You could download a free player like VLC as well. Also, make sure the sound on the DVD isn't set to DTS, as many internal sound cards cannot decode DTS.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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