grrrrr. . . will i need the box to get it replaced? would it be worth changing to the XMS? this is really giving me the sh*ts. Its such a long drive
The world works in mysterious, predominantly evil, mostly fu*ked up ways. .so act accordingly
Just to clarify, DTS soundtracks needs an amp.
Anyone know when the www.xmseletronics.com.au website will be fully functional?
I wish I had a dollar for everytime I put my two cents worth because then I'd be $0.98 richer...
I got the xms855d dvd player yesterday.. And i asked the guy if it played all regions of dvds..He said he wasnt sure. Upon getting it home and setting it up it worked fine, but when i placed a region one dvd in it the menu worked and had sound but the main feature had no sound. I then tried a dvd set box of the same series for region 4 and it did the same thing.Menu works and has sound yet the feature does not.Does any one else have this probelm with their dvd players? Or should i take it back and exchange it?
I'm pretty sure that downmixing is turned off by default on the 855.
If you are plugging into a stereo TV, then you would only get the surround left and right channels.
Go into the audio settings and set the analog output to downmix to stereo and away you go.
thanks so much i finally got it working i was gettin a lil worried about the no sound thing..but all is good now...thanks so much for ur help
Cant get the composite output working on the DVX222 unit. The setup menu and DVD's display in black and white. Works fine with my old DVD player.
Tried PAL/NTSC/Progressive/Interlaced and a factory default with no luck.
The "component" item in the menu allows you to select between YUV and S-Video which is a little confusing, anyway tried both with no luck.
Can someone else test the composite output on the DVX222 for me otherwise I may have a dud and need to get a replacement.
Have you checked the setting on your TV also?
If your TV does not support NTSC, you may want to set the setting to PAL instead of Auto.
Jees finally some Mediatek players I was beginning to think they were some kind of myth.
Sounds like the DVX222D might the go since I only need 2Ch sound.
I had the HDV1000 but no long file name support, don't need HDMI and having trouble with burnt DVD's (which my ancient Panasonic and Xbox have no trouble with), might be time to finally get a Mediatek player while they are about.
Have many people purchased these players, what are they like. I have seen some feedback but not a lot of info. Any info, comparisons to other players (esp MTek players) would be much appreciated