20 Most Recent Digix HT1056A DVD Questions & Answers


Somehow the TV setting on the DVD player was set to PALS so we changed it to the proper setting.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Apr 27, 2015


You need a firmware update, I can supply the file needed and instructions on how to load it, its very simple

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 06, 2013


I really didn't understand your problem. Half the speakers work? What is it? Provide some more details of problem you faces with this device.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Jun 07, 2012


This may be of no help to anyone but I have the same problem and I have spoken to Curtis Support today, they say there is no fix, its a fault in the machine and must be returned to the vendor as they have no service network in the UK. I bought mine with a 90 day guarantee off Ebay and it went faulty after 100 days but probably only used for 3 days so I'm stuffed!!!

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Feb 17, 2012


go to www.rapidegg.demon.co.uk/CURTIS and down load the files and follw the instructions.
MAKE SURE YOU NAME THE BURNED CD as instructed.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Sep 06, 2011


There is a "N/P" (NTSC/PAL) button on your remote control, push it again until your problem finishes.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on May 23, 2011


  1. Turn on TV
  2. Press and hold CODE SEARCH until light stays on, release.
  3. Press TV button.
  4. Press ON-OFF repeatedly until TV turns off.
  5. Press ENTER.
    (Repeat for other devices.)

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Sep 21, 2010


I would suggest finding a universal remote. you can pick one up for only a few dollars at your local walmart, kmart, etc. Good luck!

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010


PLEASE A NEED TO KNOW WHAT UNIVERSAL CONTROL I CAN USE FOR DIGIX DV-228M4 DVD PLAYER
THANKS

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Jan 20, 2009


anteetina,

most probably your problem is within color system settings. It's either PAL/NTSC or PAL SECAM signals being produced by your player.

1) try to check your TV screen with regards to color system it use, check the color setting if it does indicate "Auto" "PAL" or "NTSC" try to choose "auto" and see if any changes will occur.

note: you can also check the service manual of your DVD player of what color system it produce and if it's match with your TV screen

cheers.
mark

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Jan 16, 2009


This region code solution as per
http://www.dvdcodes.net/newCodesAZ/codesD/DigixMedia/DigixMediaHT-1056A.php

Power up the player and open the tray. With the tray open, hit the setup button and then 0000 and then the "Up" button.
On the Setup menu, go to Version and hit enter. Go to region code and change the number to 0 for region free and hit setup again to save.
Or
Power up the player and open the tray.
Press the SETUP button. The setup menu appears.
Press ZERO on the remote control four times - 0000
Press the CHAPTER FORWARD button - the one on the bottom right of the remote control unit that looks like a double arrow with a bar.
A new menu item appears, "Version". There is a REGION option you can select, and this can be set to zero "0" for all regions. Once you see its set to region 0, press SETUP to exit, close the tray and power off. When you power up again, its region free. RCE disks work fine in this unit.
To recap - open the tray, press setup, press 0-0-0-0, press Chapter Forward, select Version, choose 0 for region free, press setup again.
Or
1) Turn on the System
2) Open the tray
3) Press "setup" button
4) Press four times the number "8": 8888
5) Press the "Next Chapter" button (>>|)
6) Appear a menu called "Setup Factory"
7) Select with the cursor movement key "Region All"
8) Press "setup" button to save de changes.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 03, 2008


Try making DVD player multiregion

region code solution as per

http://www.dvdcodes.net/newCodesAZ/codesD/DigixMedia/DigixMediaHT-1056A.php

Power up the player and open the tray. With the tray open, hit the setup button and then 0000 and then the "Up" button.
On the Setup menu, go to Version and hit enter. Go to region code and change the number to 0 for region free and hit setup again to save.
Or
Power up the player and open the tray.
Press the SETUP button. The setup menu appears.
Press ZERO on the remote control four times - 0000
Press the CHAPTER FORWARD button - the one on the bottom right of the remote control unit that looks like a double arrow with a bar.
A new menu item appears, "Version". There is a REGION option you can select, and this can be set to zero "0" for all regions. Once you see its set to region 0, press SETUP to exit, close the tray and power off. When you power up again, its region free. RCE disks work fine in this unit.
To recap - open the tray, press setup, press 0-0-0-0, press Chapter Forward, select Version, choose 0 for region free, press setup again.
Or
1) Turn on the System
2) Open the tray
3) Press "setup" button
4) Press four times the number "8": 8888
5) Press the "Next Chapter" button (>>|)
6) Appear a menu called "Setup Factory"
7) Select with the cursor movement key "Region All"
8) Press "setup" button to save de changes.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 03, 2008


this region code solution as per
http://www.dvdcodes.net/newCodesAZ/codesD/DigixMedia/DigixMediaHT-1056A.php

Power up the player and open the tray. With the tray open, hit the setup button and then 0000 and then the "Up" button.
On the Setup menu, go to Version and hit enter. Go to region code and change the number to 0 for region free and hit setup again to save.
Or
Power up the player and open the tray.
Press the SETUP button. The setup menu appears.
Press ZERO on the remote control four times - 0000
Press the CHAPTER FORWARD button - the one on the bottom right of the remote control unit that looks like a double arrow with a bar.
A new menu item appears, "Version". There is a REGION option you can select, and this can be set to zero "0" for all regions. Once you see its set to region 0, press SETUP to exit, close the tray and power off. When you power up again, its region free. RCE disks work fine in this unit.
To recap - open the tray, press setup, press 0-0-0-0, press Chapter Forward, select Version, choose 0 for region free, press setup again.
Or
1) Turn on the System
2) Open the tray
3) Press "setup" button
4) Press four times the number "8": 8888
5) Press the "Next Chapter" button (>>|)
6) Appear a menu called "Setup Factory"
7) Select with the cursor movement key "Region All"
8) Press "setup" button to save de changes.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 03, 2008


region code solution as per

http://www.dvdcodes.net/newCodesAZ/codesD/DigixMedia/DigixMediaHT-1056A.php

Power up the player and open the tray. With the tray open, hit the setup button and then 0000 and then the "Up" button.
On the Setup menu, go to Version and hit enter. Go to region code and change the number to 0 for region free and hit setup again to save.
Or
Power up the player and open the tray.
Press the SETUP button. The setup menu appears.
Press ZERO on the remote control four times - 0000
Press the CHAPTER FORWARD button - the one on the bottom right of the remote control unit that looks like a double arrow with a bar.
A new menu item appears, "Version". There is a REGION option you can select, and this can be set to zero "0" for all regions. Once you see its set to region 0, press SETUP to exit, close the tray and power off. When you power up again, its region free. RCE disks work fine in this unit.
To recap - open the tray, press setup, press 0-0-0-0, press Chapter Forward, select Version, choose 0 for region free, press setup again.
Or
1) Turn on the System
2) Open the tray
3) Press "setup" button
4) Press four times the number "8": 8888
5) Press the "Next Chapter" button (>>|)
6) Appear a menu called "Setup Factory"
7) Select with the cursor movement key "Region All"
8) Press "setup" button to save de changes.

Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 03, 2008


Hi

I have had a good look around, and I cannot find this model on any of the region mod websites at all

the only thing I can suggest is to send an email to these forums to see if they can fullfil your requirement on a special order basis. not sure what this would cost, it may also be possible to get a service disk from JVC to change the region settings

http://www.multiregionupgrades.com/
http://www.dvdhacks.co.uk/

I hope this helps (and means you are not looking around fruitlessly)





Digix HT1056A... | Answered on Oct 03, 2008

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