Question about Teac DV-L800 DVD Player
To whom this may concern, I own a DVD teac player model number
DV-L800 ( serial number 2JPO178) to which i have no remote control.
Therefore, I purchased a Harmony Universal remote control, yet this
does not work with the DVD teac Player. I contacted Harmony
company, who infromed me that i need to contact yourselves to get the
codes for this DVD teac player in Pronto or Hex format.
Please could you urgently contact me with these details so that i may be able to use my DVD player using a remote control. Thanking you Mr. Gurdial Singh
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Teac PLD2000 Remote control
The best solution for any home theatre setup is a good universal remote. Some of the best ones are from logitech (used to be Harmony). They are capable of controling ANYTHING, and are Easily web programmable. Most common devices and stereos are already on their website so no long configuration is necessary. take a look at logitech's website: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/remotes/universal_remotes/devices/372&cl=ca,en for example would be a good buy. go down to your local circuit city or futureshop or such, and ask for a Logitech universal remote, they will likely know what you're asking for. Bigger is not always better, but getting a logitech remote will solve all of your universal remote problems for a long time to come. They're easy and always "updateable" online for the newest equipment available
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
SOURCE: Remote Codes
that simply demonstrates how little I understand this... does that answer apply to a different, non-TEAC remote? I have tried numerous codes - following the instructions on a universal remote - but none of them work.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Probably can't, they are encoded for a reason. If you have a DVD drive on your computer MOST video players will play them.I use Nero and haven't had any trouble.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
ok, this is a compatibility issue.try looking at the lens but not directly if it lights on when loading a disk.if ok.make sure the ribbon wire is securely attached especially the the terminal are not folded.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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