Some store bought DVDs fade in and out every few seconds. While others work perfectly fine. In additon DVDs I make work fine. The DVDs that fade in and out work fine on other DVD players. Any suggestions?
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i have delt with the same problem the burned disks are only readable by a computer, or your burning software is meant for computer to computer burning, or the dvd players laser is just not strong enough to read the disks i can play some movies on one player and not so many on another
Try putting an store bought audio CD in there and see if the same thing happens. If it does, listen very closely to the disc drive when you have a disc in and see if there is a slight click sound every few seconds when a disc is loading. If this is the case, the spring that raises the lens to the disc is most likely broke/missing/off alignment and the lens can't read the disc.
This is a common problem with all disc readers, and unfortunately no easy solution is available.
If your player can read a CD, check if any of your DVDs are marked in any way. Dirt and fingerprints can cause the player to not be able to "see" the disc properly.
There are a couple of things to look at: First of all does your computer have software to read copy- protected DVD's. Second if this anime set of DVD's is imported from Japan it might not be compatible with players from the US. If you look on the Internet you can find patches for your DVD player software to read foreign DVD's. Check out VLC and libdvdcss.
Not a solution but in case it may help other's understanding with a similar problem, found glitch to be related to the default Chapter-making process within the Panasonic DVD recorder when dubbing a DVD. Default appears to be 5 mins 20 seconds per chapter, i.e. 320 seconds. Glitches from these DVDs are seen regularly on two of my four DVD players at every 32 seconds, i.e. one-tenth of the chapter length. Can't explain why this happens, or why indeed two of the players sail-through this recurring glitch without problem.
possible clod solder connection in the scan b+ voltages,contact sony and get them to check their dealer store locations in your area and have them send a message to the dealer describing your fault to them also.