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Bought a car with player already installed. There is no manual. I have headphones but don't know how to get volume to come through stereo speakers or if it even can. Dual screens on headrest.

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I have a Concept DVP 500 dvd player the audio quit working through speakers, was programmed for a certain station. what could the problem be or solution to fix it

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