My Curtis portable DVD player came with a cigarette lighter adapter, aparently so it can be used in a car. The player uses an eight volt battery, while the output from the cigarette lighter adapter cord is 12 volts.
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your laser is probably weak or dusty, cleaning the lens with a qtip, might remove some dirt/dust --if it continues to freeze and the discs themselves arent full of fingerprints etc.. than unfortunately the laser is bad and wouldnt be practical to replace
I believe I have the solution....but it depends on your dvd player's zuxilarily capabilities. Do you have a second set of OUTPUT plugs that are colored Red and White on the back of the TV? Do you have a separate Red and White INPUT plugs on the back of the dvd? The TV must use the speakers in the DVD system by pushing the sound OUT. You cannot accomplish this if the dvd is only pluged into the INPUT of the tv.
\Another option is o make sure your DVD player has a "auxilary" or separate input channel on the console or remote.
I have a DVD home theatre system as well, not the same brand, but that shouldn't make a difference . Its a matter of how the sound is received.