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No Audio when playing back certain DVD's???? HELP!!!!

When playing a home made movie transferred onto DVD it wont play audio on my LG DVD recorder, but on my LG DVD player, I get both Video & audio perfectly?? Any Ideas??

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Ensure the audio cables from the DVD player are connected properly to the television or stereo receiver. Attempt to play a different disc in the DVD player. Try playing a different audio source through the television or receiver. Connect the DVD player to a different audio input on the television or receiver.

BTW, you can also make use of some player to play DVD on PC. Here I recommend you some free player to play HEVC, DVD and etc.

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Have a check on your DVD player. If the DVD player is inexpensive or far older, probably it's the high time to change a new one.

Check whether your DVD disc is in good condition physically and has some scratches or damages or not.

Figure out the DVD disc is homemade burnt or commercial one since the homemade disc and commercial disc utilize different codecs. So try to make it clear what type of files your DVD player supports and make sure your DVDs are in that format. If not, have a try on Leawo Blu-ray Ripper, to 1:1 rip DVD to VOB, MKV, MP4, AVI, HEVC, H264, etc. formats. Thus, you can play DVD movie on HDTV via USB port in digital format without using DVD player.

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Try changing the audio output for source MPEG from Bitstream to PCM. Worked for me with SVCD discs that had no audio.

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Install AC3Filter ,This has solved many problems relating to sound http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ac3filter/ac3filter_0_70b.exe?download - binary http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ac3filter/ac3filter_0_70b_src.zip?download -

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