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Our headphones, equipped with new batteries, are having trouble getting any audio signal from the DVD player. We know they can work because they did work during a short car ride the first day we had the player installed, but now we aren't getting any sound while a movie is playing.

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Of the movie is playing and you have image ..tis means that the issue is opn the audio exit ...so check the outlet for the audio ..and cause you do not have any sound at all ..I will go for the direct exit plug ..and see if it is well inserted cause if it was only one side it had to have sound at least the other ...so check all that involve the whole signal...the amplifier..or equalizer if it has attached...follow the signal from the exit in the player ..and see where is the segment with no signal ...I will try some headphones...and folow all the exits ..first plug to see if it has sound on the player exit ..and so on ..until you see where is the issue...If it has separate amplifier ..it may be there if it has signal on the player ..check not to be muted in the settings also ...

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