Question about Televison & Video
MY Pioneer player's subwoofer is not Working. We showed it to a repair person, he changed the IC of the System but the woofer is not working properly the sound is not at all good .Other 5 speakers are also not working sound is not equal for all the 5 speakers.
SOURCE: I have a pioneer DVD/CD
Output devices have failed, due to excess heat, volume level, or some type of input overload. This is not to say that the components could themselves have a fault due to internal stresses. It's shop time...accordianman
Posted on May 10, 2008
Most have "hack codes" but yours is in a select group of a few that simply cant be done with a couple pushes of a button.
As far as I am aware the only way to get thesemachines to play Region 1 discs is to have them chipped. A variety of solutionsare available, and it needn't be expensive (typically £30 to £70) but youshould be aware that any internal modifications to your players wouldinvalidate the warranty. Have a look at the following web sites for moreinformation:http://www.techtronics.com/uk/shop/50-000-dvd.html
I know you were looking for a free solution you could do in a matter of seconds and sorry it didnt work out that way. Regardless, I hope I pointed you in the right direction and feel free to ask if you have any more question.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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