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    Ive been looking to get dvd-audio in my car for some time but i havent been sucessfull thus far.... Anyone have any experiance or suggestions concerning dvd-a in a car audio enviroment?
    J. J
    http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2604492
    TYPE RF System INSTALLED:
    RAVDVD1, Front: Silk FNX/FNQ 6.5, Highs amp: 801X
    Working on:
    Midbass: 8 HX2, Center: 4 FNQ, Midbass Amp: 801s, Center Amp: 301m, Sub Amp: T30001bd, Processors: 2 3Sixty.2

  • #2
    A DVD drive and a 5.1 card won't do it for you? What's the problem? Can you expand on what the problem or hurdle is?
    System always under construction


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    • #3
      ok i tried it in my primary laptop and it didnt read in dvd-a but in dvd-v so i didnt get the 96/24... Tried dvd-a on my CQ-DVR909U and it didnt read... same story on the laptop ive was going to use as my car pc didnt read at all
      J. J
      http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2604492
      TYPE RF System INSTALLED:
      RAVDVD1, Front: Silk FNX/FNQ 6.5, Highs amp: 801X
      Working on:
      Midbass: 8 HX2, Center: 4 FNQ, Midbass Amp: 801s, Center Amp: 301m, Sub Amp: T30001bd, Processors: 2 3Sixty.2

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      • #4
        i was just sorta wondering if anyone has had a lil more experiance with this then me.... I hate to say that im penny pinching but i really cant afford spending a **** load on experimenting, I dont mind spending cash on what i need to get it running but i guess after the panasonic dissapointment ive gotten a little discouraged
        J. J
        http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2604492
        TYPE RF System INSTALLED:
        RAVDVD1, Front: Silk FNX/FNQ 6.5, Highs amp: 801X
        Working on:
        Midbass: 8 HX2, Center: 4 FNQ, Midbass Amp: 801s, Center Amp: 301m, Sub Amp: T30001bd, Processors: 2 3Sixty.2

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        • #5
          Probalby has somethign to do with the software player. IIRC, creative audigy2 had the ability to play/decode DVD-A, but you had to use thier mediasource software player. Have you tired these?

          http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD-Audio_Tools
          http://dvd-audio.sourceforge.net/
          System always under construction


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