Our JVC XV-N312SJ DVD player will sometimes be unable to play a disc correctly. When it fails, the display starts "building" zeros on the display, right to left. When I say "building", I mean that it shows the bottom half of the zero, then the top half. After a few seconds, it moves to the next digit to the left and does it again. Once the display if full, it just sits there. I can only get the disc out by holding the eject bottom for about a minute.
Is the player trash, or is there something I can do about it? The warranty was up a couple of years ago.
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Problems having to all DVDS movies discs u have?Tries more DVDS movies watching.This problems u discribing right now,might causes by only one movie disc the DVD disc itself is probally the causes of this problem.
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.
Are you loading to play or to record? Commercial DVDs should play. DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.
I too have this same problem on my current DVD player, AND strangely enough I had the same problem on my previous player.
Previous player was made multi region and was a Sony S660 (I think that was the model number).
My current DVD player is a Denon and was £550! It is also made multi region and has the same problems! I don't get it!
well, seems like your laser diode is getting old. you need to change the diode. what you are experiencing is the start of a dying diod. it will start to rejects cd and soon enough it will not spind at all on all the cd's. so change the emitting diode. good luck