The ipod worked with the Philips Portable DVD DCP750 with version 1.
After I have reg the ipod it did a upgrade on sotfware to version 1.1 and now the DVD play the sound because of the settings on the ipod (on version one it was the same as on the DVD but with version i.i on Ipod the settings do not work with DVD. Can I return to version 1 on Apple ipod
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To change the region on the Philips dcp750 1. Press the Open button on your remote control to open the drive tray 2. Press the Setup button on your remote control 3. Press the Right button on your remote control 4. Press the Right button on your remote control 5. Press the Right button on your remote control 6. Press the 9 button on your remote control 7. Press the 6 button on your remote control 8. Press the 5 button on your remote control 9. Press the 3 button on your remote control 10. Using the Up and Down buttons on your remote control, change the region to 1 for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 0 for multi-region playback 11. Press the Setup button on your remote control
Australian players are designed only to play Region 4 discs. United States discs are Region 1. It is illegal to change the Region code on a DVD player, so I can't tell you how to do it (ironically, it is the most frequently asked question about dvd players on Fixya.com - global world), but there are videos on YouTube that will show you how to do it - I would just enter "philips region code dvd" as your seacrh term. You won't find that exact model, but one of the codes in the video should work. Note that you will only be able to change the region code three times on a Philips - after that you will be locked out. So change it to Region 1 once, and never change it again.
You need a camcorder A/V cable that has a three-plug RCA connection at one end and a three-banded 1/8" plug on the other
iPod settings as follows: TV OUT: ASK TV SIGNAL: If you live in the U.S., your TV works with the NTSC standard. European countries mostly use PAL. WWIDESCREEN: Choose your poison here... it all depends on your tv
the problem is with the iTunes software. The old versions of the software worked in the portable DVD player but the new versions of the software disable the feature so if possible the only solution I know if is to revert back to older version of the software. That may not be possible for you though. I have been told it is because Apple wants to continue to monopolize and force people to buy there Apple cords and apple specific products.
I am hoping that a future version of the software corrects this error but until then I have chosen to disable the software update feature so that I can play movies on my iPod through my Portable DVD player
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An iPod Classic 160gb CAN BE made to work with one of these units, December 22, 2007
Technophile "Technophile" (Detroit, MI USA) - See all my reviewsThere is a way to make the iPod Classic 160 gb work with the Philips line of Portable DVDs with iPod docking but its awkward and requires the purchase of Apple's Composite AV Cable ($50). Apple installed in the 6th generation iPods what amounts to an electronic lock. When you set the player up to send out video externally it will ask you to "Please Connect Video Accessory". It's looking for the sixth generation Apple Composite AV Cable plug. Somewhere embedded in the plug's configuration is the key to the lock that the player is looking for. Once you insert this plug the movie you have selected will begin to play and all you have to do then is remove the cable and insert the unit into the dock and you should see your video displayed. As i said before, this is an awkward work around and should you go back to the main menu to select a different movie you will have to perform these steps again. For those of you (like me) who were stuck with one of these units, this work around just might make you feel a little better about your purchase. Good Luck!!!!