I have a Technics SCHDV600 which is an identical looking hifi to this but it also plays DVD's. The problem I am Having is whenever I insert a DVD into the drive I get the usual search and the message "DVD H02" appears. No discs including Cd's now play on my unit. Can anybody help here please. Thanks.
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Re: Error message when playing any DVD in Hi-fi
I once had a panasonic dvd player which displayed the same code H02 and
used the same drive mechanism as your player. this turned out to be a
worn spindle motor and once replaced, all worked fine. you may well
have the same fault. hope this helps?
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The hi-fi sound goes first. There is nothing you can do about it. Unless some special recording techniques were used, you always have a linear sound track too. Try to adjust TRACKING on the remote to hook up to the hi-fi track.
i am trying to do same thing - i suggest connect ps3 via optical cable to hi fi red/ white cables via a optical/ rca adaptor, the ps3 is connected to tv via hdmi so play dvd via ps3 sound will play through hi fi - but remember dont need the yellow dvd cable from hifi dvd player to tv any more as you will be using the ps3 as a dvd player instead
hi mate, the sound processer has packed up, mines done exactly the same thing, i've taken it in to a panasonic technics specialist and the verdict is just that. i've confirmed it by swapping the sound processor with one off a friends stereo and mine came back to life. Hope that helps mate.