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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer DV
If you are only hearing part of the audio from your DVD player, I would suggest you check your audio settings before seeking repairs.
Audio can be encoded to a DVD in several ways. If the audio on the disc is different than the settings on your DVD player, you may not hear all of the audio layers. For example, if your DVD is encoded in 5.1 Surround Sound, but your DVD player is set only to play basic Stereo, you may only hear portions of the audio.
Try accessing the menu on your DVD player, and look for the audio settings. If there is a higher setting available than is currently selected, try a higher audio setting. A higher setting should also be compatible with lower types of audio encoding.
If this does not improve your audio, or if you need help navigating your product menus, I would recommend giving Pioneer's toll-free support line a call at (800) 421-1404.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: Can someone give me the
1. Turn on player (with Standby button on player), without any disc in the drawer
2. When "No Disc" appears on screen, open the tray (I used the button on the player, don't know if that matters)
3. Press 0, 0, 8, 6, 0, 0, 0 on the remote, then press "Select" on the remote
(the last number is the region setting - 0 for multiregion, other numbers for that specific region) - a 0 should appear on the screen
4. Turn player off (without closing tray first) using the button on the player.
Now when you turn on the player, it will be multiregion.
hope it helps!
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: We have a Technika DVDR2005
Hi Rachael, I dont know anything about your DVD player itself but from what you have said assuming you have a stereo TV and you can only hear music etc from both channels in a movie then you MIGHT have it set for 5.1??, which means instead of everything coming out of the L+R the VOICES and music etc are being sent to the CENTRE CHANNEL and the other channels.
As I dont know that model, all I can say is try menu or options etc and go to audio and change the output for stereo. (You said you tried AUDIO but I am assuming you mean the audio button on the remote which changes between the audio versions on the DVD Disc.)
or maybe try checking the cables, what ones are you using? Scart? Composite? maybe the audio cables have been plugged into the wrong sockets on the DVD player if it has multiple outputs on it?
I dont know what else to say... But the above 2 options are worth trying. I hope you get it sorted OK :) Bye.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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