Question about Philips HTS 6600/12 Home Theatre System HDMI Theater System
Display reads "LOADING" then displays "NO DISC"
Glenn's answer is incomplete. I have the same machine. I am currently experiencing a similar problem. The machine reads cd's, vcd's, but it will not read dvd's. Commercially purchased dvd's. The problem is not a format problem, not a zone problem. The dvd's work in other machines, so it is not a dvd problem. If anyone has any ideas, please respond. Thank you.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
No one can do anything, it sucks and just don't buy it. whom did that mistake already like we did, go buy a proper dvd player...
Posted on Nov 07, 2011
I have the same machine, and I am currently experiencing the same problem. What did you guys do?
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
That,s because it is either a homemade one or it was recorded in a different format ! When you have a dvd player read the manual to see which dvd,s it accepts ,alot of the time theese players don,t read the dvd,s that are of a differnt playing format , check the dvd,s that are popular ,like any rented ones from blockbuster , most machines today will accept dvd/dvdr/dvdrs/dvdrw IF your dvd is of the dvdrw type the rw stands for rewritable and can be used in your computer and most cheaper dvd players will not read theese so the NO DISC screen you are experiencing is most likely a disc that your player cannot read , hope this helps Sincerely Glenn mayer
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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