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Re: Sony Internal DVD no audio output when playing DVDs
Since the audio is actually part of the video stream and your Video software decodes that, I would say you need to re-install whatever program you're using. On a side note, if it's a recorded DVD, you may have to use the program's setup to select the correct Audio.
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If your player is the Sony SLV-D380P, the unit does not play Blu-ray discs. It is only a DVD player and VCR. It can play some CDs. The discs must be finalized for homemade video DVDs and audio CDs. You can find the specifications and manuals here: https://esupport.sony.com/US/p/model-home.pl?mdl=SLVD380P&template_id=1®ion_id=1&tab=manuals#/manualsTab .
If your DVD player not recogonize DVDs only and it plays audio CDs and MP3 CDs, there is no doubt that its laser pickup unit has damaged and should be replaced sith identical both in type and number. insist on orginal replacement, as Sony uses special type laser units for their EVD drives. Never use a substitute. Its number and other details will be there on its bodey, either laser printed or on a sticker. OK.
According to the Vizio website, your VBR231 CAN play DVDs the same way a lot of Blu-Ray players can. The site blurb suggests the VBR231 is backwards compatible - which means your player should be able to play DVDs as well as Blu-Ray. Generally, most Blu-ray players can play DVDs if they are backwards compatible with them.
I do know Blu-Ray discs will NOT work in most standalone DVD decks.
MODEL NUMBER: VBR231
*Model Features: * Full HD 1080p Video Playback * Integrated Dual Band Wi-Fi - 802.11n * 7.1 Digital Audio Output * Backwards Compatible (see below)
*Compatibility: * Plays Blu-ray and DVDs, Audio CDs, MP3s and Jpegs * Multi-Channel 7.1 Audio Output via HDMI * Playback and Enjoy Media via back USB Input (JPEGs and MP3s)
*Outputs: * HDMI 1.3 * Component Video (YCrCB) * Composite Video * Stereo Audio * Coaxial Audio * Optical Digital Audio
most sony CD and DVD players have a digital signature design to play CDs and DVDs that are original and licensed. some CDs or DVDs dont work since the player does not recognize or scan any digital signature embedded in the CD or a DVD. 2nd, lens problem causes most players not to read CDs nor DVDs. you can try to buy CD or DVD lens cleaners to have your lens cleaned.
All Blu Ray players that I have dealt with are what is termed "backwards compatible" which means they play Blu Ray, standard DVDs,music CDs,MP3s,recorded CDs and DVDs, etc. yours should have no problem reading and playing back your "normal" DVDs. Good luck !
The DVD lens is worning out and the day is not far when it will not play any DVDs but will play audio CDs etc...and then not also that. The typical life of a lens is not more than 2 years...So the only solution is the replace the lens in the system