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Skaekers can i replace the end of the wire that plugs into the dvd player for another one???

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Do you mean the video out that goes to the TV? If so yes you can.
Good luck,
Lee

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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When I turn my dvd player on, the volume will lower on its own to almost mute. It is hit or miss weather or not the unit will turn off on its own saying protect. All connections are good. Inside is clean....


When you've got good volume, try unplugging the speakers (only for a very short time) to see if that whining noise is still there or if it's stopped. We're trying to see if the whining is related to the low volume and "protect" or if it's only coincidental.

Try unplugging all the cables (except the power cord). Turn the player on & off several times & see if that whining noise acts the same. Also see if the player goes into "protect". What we're trying to do here is see if it NEVER goes into "protect" with the cables unplugged.

Last... try to get it to start & run without going into "protect", with all the cables unplugged (except power). Plug the cables in, one at a time, and see if plugging one of the cables in forces it into "protect". If so, there's something wrong with that cable or whatever's on the other end of that cable. Unplug it again & restart the player - no "protect"? Wait a little while, plug the cable in. "Protect"? Check the other end of that cable.

If it goes into "protect" with nothing plugged in except the power, then the player is probably a write-off, ready to be replaced (it's not very often that DVD players are worth repairing these days).

Nov 05, 2013 | Samsung HT-Z310T Theater System

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How to solve disk read error


If you are getting a disk read error message with any of these devices listed then just follow the instructions at the bottom.
House stereo
Car stereo
Car dvd
Dvd player
Blue ray player
Computer
Games console
Or anything else that uses cd or dvd.

The first thing you need to do is go out and by a cd or dvd lense cleaning kit you can buy thse from most computer stores or electronic hardware stores make sure you dont buy the cheapest one you see as these tend not to do any good and can cause more harm than good, so go for a mid range to high end one.
Run this disk in your player and this will then clean the lense of any dust or grime that has built up over time this should then solve your problem.

If after doing this you still have the problem then this would indicate that either the laser unti has over heated due tp build up of dust or it gas reached the end of its working life and needs replacing.
The problem you have with this is unless its a high end player or games console then the chances are it would cost more to repair then it would to replace the whole player

on Dec 09, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Ihave a bose 321gsx, I want to hook up my hdtv . ,blue ray dvd and vcr. Brain is frozen right now. Could use some help.


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How to Connect an HDTV to a DVD Player

Hooking up a DVD player to an HDTV, or high-definition TV, is just as simple as hooking one up to a standard-definition TV. While a regular DVD player may be hooked up to an HDTV, it does not necessarily mean it will have high-definition quality picture. Unless a Blu-Ray player is connected to the HDTV, only a standard-definition picture will be shown.


Things You'll Need:

* Component cables

Instructions


Turn off and unplug the HDTV set and the DVD player before attempting to connect component cables to them.


Match the red, green and blue colored cables to each of the color-coded counterparts on the back of the DVD player. Be sure the cables are being plugged into the TV-out section of the DVD player.


Plug the other end of the color coded cables into the HDTV set. There should only be a red, green and blue cable being plugged into the TV. It does not matter what input these cables are plugged in, but keep track of which particular one it is. Most HDTV sets will have more than one A/V input, which is why it's important to take note of where the component cables are located.

Power on the DVD player and the HDTV set. If not already plugged in, ensure both of these are properly plugged into an outlet.


Press the "Source" button using the HDTV remote and locate the input channel that has the component cables plugged into it. The HDTV set should now show the DVD player logo or an introduction to the DVD.


Do not purchase HDTV component cables to hook up a regular DVD player to an HDTV set. Unless using a Blu-Ray player, only standard component cables are required. HDTV sets consume a lot of energy and should be plugged directly into an electrical outlet rather than a power strip.

Turn off all electronics before connecting and disconnecting wires to reduce the chances of getting an electrical shock.


Ensure that you have the proper cables to hook up your new HDTV. Take inventory to see if you have an ANT-IN, DVI-D/HDCP IN, Video In or Component Video In cables. The placement of these plugs will be indicated in your user book.


Begin by connecting the coaxial cable to the back of your cable box. Run a video cable to the TV; an S-Video cable may be used as well if you do not have any other video cables.


Locate a digital audio cable, or analog audio cable. Connect the audio cable to the TV from the cable box.


Now connect all other components including DVDs, VCRs or LaserDISC players. Try using all digital audio and digital video connections for the most complete HDTV experience.


Use a splitter to connect multiple components such as cable box to DVD or TV to VCR to avoid running out of chords. Calibrate your HDTV before enjoying fully, adjust the brightness, contrast and color settings.

Tips & Warnings

You can utilize a program to help with proper calibration of your HDTV system; these instructional videos can be purchased from many electronic stores.

You can opt for the store from which you purchased your HDTV to hook up the system for you. They will often calibrate the system for you as well.


Hope it helped.

Have a nice day...

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HT DB600 I NEED TO KNOW THE CORRECT PLUGS THAT GO FROM SURROND SYSTEM TO TV


APPLY CABLE CONNECTION ELIMINATIONS TECHNIQUE.

First, make sure the speakers, woofers are connected to the surround unit receptacle area located at rear end of device. Second, make sure the power cable is connected to the surround device at rear end and plugged into external power outlet like an extension cord. Third, the remaining connection ports on the surriound unit are for transfering signals back and forth to TV or DVD, VCR, DVR, player devices. Usually the surround unit may be capable of connections to more than once recorder device causing the prevailence of several remaining ports receptables located at rear of unit. However, first, attempt to acheive connection to display unit like a TV set. if that were successful, the last remaining port wirings would be expected to allow for DVD, VCR, DVR, Media devcie connections. The surround device may not have been acquired with several cable wires to connected to every available home appliance. However, the surround device ports are several at rear area of unit to support several home media player connectivity. If several home player device are required to be connected to the surround system, the cable wiring may have to be acquired from retails to complete the signal sharign and splitting process. Refer to the user guide on step by step instruction on achieving connectivity. Also provided on the user guide are details contributing toward acquirign accessories for the device or performing manufacturers diagnostics.

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Phillips hts3357 speaker connection


you will have to thange the connectors on the end of the wires.

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Dvd player not working with sound


Ok, first thing is to know how it's hooked up. If you used RCA cables, the yellow plug is video, the red and white are audio. Make sure all your connections are "out" on the dvd and "in" on the receiver. If all this is correct, there may e an issue on the audio settings for your unit.

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End of the speaker wire


I dont understand what you mean by what you said. What is the color of the end? What is it the end to? the end of a wire?
I think I might know what your talking about but I want to make sure we get it right the first time.
Thanks,
Lee

Jun 13, 2008 | Durabrand STS92 System

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Pretty colors


Sounds like the other DVD player went bonkers. Try unplugging power on the DVD player you were playing the game on for 5 minutes, then plug it back in.

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KS3102 Koss DVD player hookup to Toshiba how??


I have an owner's manual for that system and would be glad to copy the diagrams for you. Additionally, I think that you need red, blue and green wires from the back of the Koss to the inputs on the TV.

Oct 02, 2007 | Koss KS3102 System

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Is it possible to use the speaker system on a different DVD player?


I believe I understand what you're asking here. To the best of my knowledge sony puts a special type of connector on the reciever end of the speaker wire which will probably not be compatible with any other reciever brand. Depending on the age of your system, the speakers may not even be compatible with the new Sony models. Wait...there's good news though. Whatever reciever/DVD player you decide on, there will surely be speaker outputs and if you snip of the Sony connector and strip the wire a bit, you shouldn't have a problem. A couple of other things to consider though... A conventional standalone DVD player may not have outputs for five speakers and a sub. That sounds more like a dedicated reciever. I have a crazy suggestion but you might save yourself some money and trouble. -If you are satisfied with the speaker portion of your current system, buy a cheap DVD player, run the video out to the TV, the audio out to the AUX audio in on your current system and use it for sound only. Hope something in here helps.

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