My friend is deaf so he put the subtitles on the tv one night. While I was trying to remove the subtitles I accidentally clicked FBA lock(I think that's what it said) The channel and volume was then locked, i can only assume it's some kind of parental control, I unplugged it hoping it would reset and now it won't turn on and I do not have the remote for the TV.
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The receiver manual may list it under "CC" (closed captions) instead of subtitles. Also, don't just check your AV receiver; try checking the setup menu on your TV, and look at the TV remote. See if there's a CC setting that may be turned on, either through the TV setup (probably under the "Display" or "Video" tab) or because you've accidentally pushed the CC (or Subtitles) button on the TV remote.
Nearly all DVD's have subtitles on them. You can simply select them by accessing the menu screen on the DVD when it loads. Go for the audio/language option. Also you can use the menu of any DVD and Blue Ray player and set it to show subtitles. When buying a DVD look at the back and it will tell you what languages are available and the subtitles. Some DVD's also use the initials "CC" standing for closed captions or subtitles. For your information too digital TV broadcasts have subtitles too. They can be shown be selecting them again from the TV menu system.
Hey, I have a deaf brother with this issue. What I done was route the AV output of the TV to the AV input of the recorder. Set your recorders source to AV1 (or whichever you use) and set your TV to the program you want to record, also turn subtitles on. Because you wont have your TV set to the input your DVD recorder is on, you won't be able to see the DVD recorders output, but thats fine. Just press record on the unit - you have to leave the TV on the channel it's recording. Now you should be recording TV with subtitles with no problem :D
hi glad to help you follow these instructions they should be easy to follow but if you have any problems give me a shout back ok good and hope you lady friend can enjoy all of her films now just remember to select the right language and you should have no problems. Thanks for using the site and glad to help let me know how you get on ok
Set up your Sony DVP-C660 CD/DVD player. Make sure your remote control is functioning and you can see the display on the TV screen. Load a DVD.
Press “Display” on your remote control. This opens the menu.
Use the arrow keys to scroll down to the “Subtitle” option and hit “Enter” to select it.
You’ll be given a list of languages available on the DVD. Choose one and press “Enter.”
To turn subtitles off, select “Off” instead of a language.