20 Most Recent
Questions & Answers
Not enough volume forget about using it in the
I assume you're listening without headphones since I think those would be loud enough. If you don't want to use headphones, purchase a speaker case to connect to the player. It will amplify the sound. We also use it to listen to shows on the computer. This is the one we have http://www.amazon.com/CD-Case-with-Built-in-Speakers/dp/B0009824MK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1256616442&sr=8-2
Best earbuds to get
i reccomend http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=6011618&CatId=42 these are pretty good
but i use these for there virtual surround sound and amazing voice and bass sound plus its got a thx feature built into the headphones *yes i know it has a mic to . so you can also use it on your pc. the mic is detachable! best headphones i ever use (i am using them right now for a movie)
The only practical way to check such a disc is by substitution of another disc which is believed to be OK. But first, verify your test disc is OK by playing the disc in another player known to operate properly. If the disc passes that test, insert the OK disc in your DVP615. If the test disc produces the same error message as your first disc, the player itself is more likely to be defective. However, there is still a small chance the read head is merely dirty or dusty, so cleaning is the next step.
This is not good, the problem is in the pladder motor that spins the dvd, it has become defective and will need to be replaced in order to correct the problem.
Portable dvd player slows or stops
The pladder motor that spins the dvd disc is failing, or the 5volts to the motor is flutuating, usually the whole assembly is replaced and is expensive.
We have a picture but no audio, when connecting Zenith DVB211 DVD) player to Vizio CABLE TV...
If you are using the original cable, is it fully seated? Is the volume on the player up? Or is it all the way down.Does the playback set recognize the audio source? A work around if using the original cable- use a 1/8 inch mini double ended stereo cable like some computer speakers use and plug into the headphone jack over to the 1/8 inch stereo "Audio In" connector on the set.
AV Out cable for portable Zenith (DVP-615) dvd.
I lost the AV cord to my Zenith DVP-615 portable DVD player too. I bought a standard RCA AV but it did not work. I found my cord so I was able to compare.The standard RCA AV cable has a 4-part mini-plug. The tip is white, next is yellow, next is ground and the base is red. For the Zenith DVP-615, the tip is yellow, next is white, next is red and the base is ground.I never found where to purchase a replacement but perhaps this will help someone make their own.
Battery charging issue
you need to change the battery... because you maybe somehow overcharge the battery or something that might cause the battery to loose it's natural time in playing the DVD Player... and maybe also due to it's longer use... maybe you're using it for a long time....
first check the DVD adapter to see if it is charging the player because the player battery may be flat.
if you try this and it don't work . Confirm the battery with a new one, and if it does not work you need to open the back cover of the player.
Check for small resistance fuses , if bad replace with a new one of the same rating.
If this don't work meaning that the printed circuit board of the player bad, you can replace the board with a new one...
Not finding what you are looking for?