We have an "Orbit" Digital Media Player, DMP-768T.
The unit is a 7" LCD/TV/hard drive/FM transmitter etc. all in one. It was working fine, then one day the screen didn't light up. It has been set aside for awhile, and this morning I gave it a look see. It seems that the entire unit is working with the exception of the backlight on the LCD display. (The display is dark, but with help of a bright light, you can read the menus and get around.)
Everything else in it seems to work, including the hard drive.
Some searching has found the manufacturer to be the Shenzhen Orbit Co., LTD in China. They don't list this unit on their site - http://www.china-orbit.com/index.php at all, and other searching found me hard pressed to locate more than reviews and the item for sale around 12/04.
I would be glad to open this up and repair it, but do not really have any clue how to repair an LCD backlight. If it's something like a loose cable, that's fairly easy.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I had similar problem and I opened up and replaced the L-shape (usually) back light that I got from other wreck, where the DVD reading lens was not working but the backlight was working. Usually it is not that fairly easy to check any loose wire, bcos there would not be much loose wires. Try, you may be lucky.
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If you radio has an Aux input then you can connect a audio cable from your MP3 player to the Aux input on your radio. If your radio does not have an Aux input the you can use a FM transmitter device. Connect the MP3 player to the FM transmitter and tune your FM radio to the radio frequency on this FM adapter to listen to your audio book on your MP3 player. Check out these WEB sites fro FM transmitters. http://dx.com/c/car-accessories-799/car-audio-systems-707/fm-transmitters-players-710
Yes, You will need to purchase a device called an FM transmitter, it plugs into the headphone jack and transmits the sound to your FM radio. The transmitter will have station settings, you just find a radio frequency that does not have a station in your area, set the transmitter to that and tune your radio to the same frequency. You can get the transmitters from Walmart electronics dept, Target, Sears, Amazon.com, Radio Shack and most other electronics retailers. The transmitters run about $12-20 and can be battery powered or plug into your car power outlet. Go to google.com and do a search for "MP3 FM transmitter" and you will see what they look like.
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Connect ur device to your computer through a usb cable. If your device shall be detected as a portable Hard disk drive. You can see that by checking My computer.OR you can start the windows media player, once you have connected your device to laptop/ computer. It shall automatically give you an option to sync music
Buy yourself an FM transmitter. This plugs into the cigarette lighter and the MP3 player. You set an FM station on the transmitter. Place your radio on that station, if you have your player on you will hear music. You may need to adjust the volume. The easiest way is to turn the volume all the way up on the player. (Just remember to turn it down before you listen again with headphones.) This should solve your problem.