20 Most Recent JVC XV-N320 DVD Player Questions & Answers


the player is set to progressive scan mode.use relevant button on remote to reset to interlace mode. Duane,S/Africa

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Sep 04, 2017


Sometimes it is due to a dirty read lens in the unit. More often it is due to newer DVDs having newer security encryption algorithms that the older units are not compatible with. You may want to check to see if there are any firmware upgrades for your unit that may bring it more up to date on the current encryption standards.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Jul 08, 2015


You can read everything on dvdexploder.com about region free options with every brand. BUT you only get four of five chances.
Frankly, I would download Anydvd from Slysoft.com and get everything region free from then on.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 06, 2014


press and hold stop button more than 5 sec and ur player will be unlock

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Dec 29, 2013


I had the same problem with mine. Will it play CDs? If so, I may have the solution. If it will play CDs it isn't a lense problem. If you take the cover off you will see ribbon cables on the DVD end of the machine. Carefully disconnect them and use a pencil eraser to clean the ends of the ribbons where the contacts are. Then reconnect them. This solved the problem on my machine. Good luck!

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Aug 04, 2011


Hi,

Good day. The message your getting only tells you that the Dvd your trying to play have a lot of scratches already that makes it unreadable for your dvd player. You can try to wipe the dvd first then try it again. If it doesn't work then that means the dvd unusable. Hope this information help a bit in resolving your question. Thanks for using fixya and have a great day

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on May 25, 2011


does it read other disks?
try a few difference DvD's.
if other disks work, the disk you want to read is broken.
if other disks do not work, your dvd player is broken and you should get a new one or contact JVC if it is still under warranty.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on May 02, 2011


Hello
I thinks that you haven't its user manual with you now. If have, refer to it. All the proceedings are there. If you haven't one, either send your Email address to me by Fixya, or get into the URL I've given below, where you can download the maual of your set as Adobe PDF document. OK
Wish You Happy Easter.
www.retrevo.com > JVC Manuals > JVC DVD Players Manuals

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Apr 15, 2011


Hi, You can try testing the discs on a different player. The problem may be with a scratched disc or damaged disc. The player seems to be fine if it works with other discs. In any case, I have provided a link to the player's manual: http://tv.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/jvc/jvc_xv_n320b_xvn320b.html
Regards, Icom1

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011


Hi there,

The disc lock function has been activated on your JVC XV-N320, when in this mode the tray cannot be opened or closed.

If you press the 'eject' button whilst pressing down the 'stop' button on the machine in standby mode the disc lock will deactivate. To turn it back on you follow the same procedure. This is also described in the user manual for this model of TV umder trouble shooting on page 13.

Hope this helps,

James

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Dec 18, 2010


you need to make sure you have the correct codec for playing dvds, google free codecs and you will get a wide choice to download and install, I recomend a codec pack as these have all the latest codecs from flash to hcc's

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Apr 14, 2010


The exact model of DVD player matters. Not all models can play a Computer burned disc.
There are several types of DVD
A factory type DVD in DVD format
A burned movie in MPEG format
a burned disc in DivX format.
Etc.
Try burning the disc with a DVD Creator program, not just 'Burn to DVD'. It's not the same thing.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 20, 2010


Hi.

The best performance will be obtained using component cables and analog audio cables.

In this case you will use video component cable that are the ones in Red-Green-Blue color, and audio cables, that are the red and white cables.

Connect the red and white to analog audio out on the GVC, connect them to analog audio in on TV.

Connect the three red green blue to video out on the correspondent sockets on JVC, same on TV.

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Alternative ways to connect are SCART:

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And analog AV cable connection, using the Red-White cables for sound and the Yellow cable for video:

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The bottom picture is the JVC, the cable at the left is the yellow Video cable. The two cables in the right column connector are the audio, White and Red.


Regards.

JVC XV-N320 DVD... | Answered on Mar 06, 2010

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