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Re: No sound coming out of the Portable DUR7
If there is no sound from your player, you can check the following things:
1. Blu-ray player audio settings
2. HDMI cable connection error
3. Incompatibility between your Blu-ray player and TV
4. Blu-ray discs damage or restriction.
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If the player really can play flac and has a good DA converter, I think it is one of the best portable music players around.
I do use Shure SE425 and Stax RS-001 MK2 earphones (both in ear) I think the Sony NWZA17 would be a good match for both phones.
I use very expensive sound cards in my computer and only play Flac or real CD. Be aware not the amount of bits or the sample rate is important. The source used to make the digital recording decides how the result, coming out of you speakers (or earphones) can be.
My earphones can keep up with my electrostatic loudspeakers, so worth trying. If money is no issue the Shure SE535 would be great. Although more expensive than the Sony MWZA17. But once you have great earphones, they can be used for many years to come. The player will be replaced in at least 3 to 5 years
I had also a problem like that before while watching movie brain works for free,earn adds by Google and sponsored by the queries.The usual problem are the two speakers attached to the pannel since they are thin and small they cannot handle the audio range of the sound output of DVD movies.They are usually busted, other rare case is the earphone jack,it disconnect the speakers when phone is plugged in, the connection must restore after earphone is unplugged.Please vote for links... thanks
Check your settings in the menu of the dvd player you can do this with or without a dvd in it. If not a setting it maybe the speaker/s are blown try putting earphones in if you get sound from them it is probably the speakers.
Have you recently used headphones in this device? I have a portable DVD player that had a similar problem. It thought that headphones were plugged in and that turned the sound in the external speakers off. If i plugged in headphones the sound worked in them. So I jiggled the headphone plug in while in the jack and removed it and the sound came back on.