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Re: rca drc277, using the standard av cable i get no audio. switched to the other tv in case, it's the player. returned/exchanged one already and have the same problem with the second one.

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  • Anonymous Jul 12, 2008

    I also bought this RCA dvd player model DRC277 and when I hook it up via HDMI there is no sound. I tried all of the sound options I can find in the menus but nothing works. I have it hooked up though a HDMI switch but that seems to not be the problem because my Playstation 3 works fine through it with sound and all.

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I got the same model twice, the first time it just keep opening the tray. The second time it play the dvd previews once it got to the root menu it froze, had to open it up after several trys to eject the dvd (rental dvd). I would not recoment it.

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