Question about Jamo DMR 60 DVD Player/Receiver
I believe the DMR60 usb input may only supports FAT based formats. FAT limit is 4GB. What is the format of your flash drive? It may be failing to read the format and can't initialize and thus looks like it hangs until you remove it. Probably your mp3 player is FAT based and thus works.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
It seems the DVD player is not recognizing 4GB flash disk. I have checked and I can't see that there is a firmware update for this model though I can see one for the DMR 50. Try contacting Jamo support
If you have another usb lead or a lead that can collect two usb sockets to the flash disk you may find this works as there is more 5 volts power available from two sockets.
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