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    I have a Sony MDP-600 Laserdisc player, and I was finally (after two decades) getting around to converting the content to digital files. When I tried to do so, the video was fine, but got no audio (my same setup works fine coming from a VCR). I moved between the two analog outputs, with no difference. I'm also getting no audio from the headphone jack. I tried switching from analog to digital audio, still nothing.

    So I read I should try putting a CD in and playing that. So I did--and now the player will not spit out it out! I can put a laserdisc in, and it still plays (still w/o audio), but the CD seems to have disappeared. If I take out the laserdisc, I can apparently still play the CD (I see indications on the display that it's playing, but still no audio).

    Does this unit have a separate CD player inside, and the disc is stuck in there? Help!
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    Doh! It just spit out the CD!

    So, back to the real issue--why can't I get audio off my laserdiscs? I'm tried multiple discs with no effect.
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    Ask and answer one simple Q. If you connect the same player and any LD to a tv do you get sound ?


    And for the former. You have only, I guess, one disk tray but a CD is smaller than a LD and there could be a division in the tray for CDs. Just ensure that there is still not another one in the tray.
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  4. What is the make and model? Some of the later laserdisc players had AC3 audio. I think some of them had a switch or menu item that turned that on/off.

    Another feature is that my Pioneer laserdisc player has is the ability to play either the analog or digital track. It's been quite awhile since I played a laserdisc, but as I remember, if you set the player to the digital track, but you only had analog, you got no sound.
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