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Speaker is bad or the cable may have come loose. Has it been knocked around? If so it may have pulled the cable loose inside the speaker, try playing a song and wiggle the wire and push the wire in gently to see if it starts to play if it does you have found your problem. If not then the speaker is bad and I don't remember if you can pull it apart and buy a new speaker to install in it. Thanks for using Fix-ya and if this helps please rate this free question. Avid101
first check the settings on the audio menu of the dvd player. make sur it is set to 5.1 (if available) otherwise set it to stereo and your system should decode it.
assuming the second step is okay : as other dvd you play seem to work) it still may be that your unit is decoding stereo inputs just fine and 5.1 is not working properly....
so if adjusting audio settings in dvd play back menu dont work,
check that the cables to the satellite speakers are connected correctly and all plugged in soundly ( voice is high frequency,- coming from satellites - the garbled noises you hear are the base ( low freq) elements of voice which are coming from the bass box ( that the X.1 part of 5.1) and so that is obviously working. ,
in your case ,this may be due to two reasons... 1)your reading lens may be having some defects like only responding to dvd`s and not cd`s 2)the cd`s that u used may have been written using digital burning security....... try the same drive in your freinds computer also and check it out
Go into the menu and choose sound check. The remote should have this as feature as well. It will play white noise on each speaker and the subwoofer. If you hear this then it is possible the DVD is not attached via optical or coaxial.
Ok this type of thing is very common ... however often we chase our tails looking for a software fix when often it's the DVD/CD itself.. so to find out either way weather the device is FUNCTIONAL, download "CopytoDVD" here
This has it's own ASPI recording layer... and if your DVD is FUNCTIONAL... then it WILL burn ya DVD... however if the DVD is, as I suspect, .. kaput! then it will NOT burn a DVD.. that's basically how we would "Test" Functionality.
So if it works then ya all good.. else ya gonna haveta get a new DVD.