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Technically, yes but not so it would yield BD-quality audio or video. You need a control receiver that accepts either HDMI/DVI INPUT for 720I and above video. The digital audio in will probably suffice.
Same thing happened to mine. I called customer support and got it fixed. Unplug the DVD player for 30 seconds. Hold in the open/close button while you plug back in. Keep holding the open/close button and it will open in about 5 seconds. It is some kind of reset code from overheating.
Not sure which trick worked, but i did ur classic 7,3,4,4,6,6,0 trick, got no message from the player. So i did pressed 0000 after that. Still no message appeared. But when i pressed start....it worked!!!!!!
Thanks a ton!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God Bless...
I would suggest that you smash
Philips HTS w/a hammer!
I had better sound from TV alone! Only 2 speakers put out sound from TV. Recordings from DVR can not be heard very well w/all volumes at max. System sucks! You get what you pay for! $2500 LCD TV sounds worse w/Philips HTS than my son's $300 TV! ALL cables hooked up as instucted!!!!