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When playing a jpeg slideshow cd of photos dowloaded from a digital camera on my Philips DVD, the time space display between each photos is approximately 10 seconds, too long, I would like to change the time to 4-5 seconds, would you please advise me if this is possible and how to achieve this? Joan Rodd

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SOURCE: cannot play dvds

well my knowledge on dvd is not as good as I want it to bes. But, check the small print in your manual of the unit and see if it supports the formats of the dvds you are using. I know I used to get certain music cdr and burn cds on them and the cd player I had would not take certain cds. I had to see in the manual to see what the problem was and it had to be a good quality of cdrs and certain formats before it would play them. Wish I had a better answer for ya but that is the best I can do for ya. oh yeah check with some of the techs at best buy or circuit city. They have technicians in there that can probably tell ya. Make sure you have what type and model number of the unit you have and what type of dvds you have been using.

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ruanelectron
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SOURCE: makes a buzzing/humming sound when playing a dvd or cd

that is a problem with the amp.
does this player have a dvd player built in or not

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: My Philips HTS3105 displays No Disc

Sounds like a compatibility issue try different brand of DVDR.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: DMR-EZ485V -- slideshow of JPEG pictures not in correct sequence

Adjust pictures sequence before burning? usually they can be sorted by file name, date photo taken, date modified.

Some slideshow software also allows you to drag pictures to any position in sequence you want, say Wondershare Movie Story I am using.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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SOURCE: DVD PLAYER 3166 SHOWING NO DISC

I AM HAVING A DVD PLAYER 3166 . MY DVD PLAYS CD /VCD/MP3/JPEG AND USB. BUT WHEN I INSERT A DVD VIDEO IT SHOWS NO DISC ERROR. BUT CD IT ACCPTING.KINDLY HELP ME OTHER WISE TELL ME WHERE SHALL I GET IT REPAIRED . PLEASE GIVE ME THE PHONE NOS OF PHILIPS CUSTOMER CARE THANKS, G.SEKARAN, CHENNAI

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DVD609AT:

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Playable Discs
This DVD Player will play Digital Video Discs (DVDs) and Audio CDs. In order to play a
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• DVD-ROM
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Disc
12 cm
12 cm
Approx. 4 hours
(single-sided)
Approx. 8 hours
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Approx. 80 minutes
(single-sided)
Approx. 160 minutes
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Sound
and
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