Question about JVC XV-N320 DVD Player
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.
Posted on Jul 08, 2015
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