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PANASONIC Home cinema SC-DT100 - Flat cable connection

Do you think it's possible to use a common DVD reader with the amplifier SA-DT100 via flat cable? My DVD reader SL-DT100 is not working and i would like to replace it by another one (not PANASONIC)... Do you have the connection schema of the PANASONIC flat cable? Thanks a lot!

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2008

    hi, i search the pin-out of the sc-dt100-receiver - dvd-player connection. i need it to serve a sat-receiver (5+1) audio signal to the sc-dt100-receiver.
    if you have additional schematics of the sc-dt100 - please send me by email (edu[at]at.e-technik.uni-kassel.de)!
    best regards edu

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Hi, when you say it doesn't work, will it just not play/read the disc? Mine has to be "initialized" every time or it shows "No Disc". To initialize I turn the unit on then press and hold "Stop" on the unit and the "10-" button on the remote, then it works fine.

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