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Which brand of CD-Rs and CD-RWs are compatible with Sony DVP-C660 DVD player?
-- Sid Paralkar (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 01, 2001
www.vcdhelp.com has a compatibility list that should help you. I can't personally verfiy this, but one guy told me that his Sony would play Practical Peripheral brand CD-Rs with no problem. CD-RWs are generally not a problem with Sony, but CD-Rs typically don't work on Sony.
-- Jason Shumate (Jason.Shumate@sita.int), May 01, 2001.
CD-R/CD-RW compatibility with Sony DVP-C660 DVD Player
-- mpampiskonidis (email@example.com), May 02, 2001.
Which brand of CD-Rs and CD-RWs are compatible with Sony DVP-C660 DVD player? Or you guys know any hacks for it? I do http://www.dvd365.net/?hacks.htm Cehck it out ANd please email me for hacks for this product or cdr z Thanks
-- Sean (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 05, 2002.
Well, my DVP-C660 plays VCD's recorded over PRINCO brand CD-R's.
-- svcd fan (email@example.com), January 31, 2003.
I have princo 80 minute CDRs and they do NOT work with my DVP-C660.. these are packaged in a yellow box with slim jewel cases.
-- Alex F (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 29, 2003.
Princo CDR's use to work with my DVP C660. 2.5 years later, it does not. I tried cleaning my CD Player as well, but this has not helped the situation. So the moral of the story is, if your DVD player is new (which is probably not the case) it might work with Princo CDR's. If it is an older model, it probably will not.
-- Antonio S. (email@example.com), October 14, 2003.
I found his on http://ecoustics.consumerreview.com/pscAudioReview/Home+Video/DVD+Pla yers/DVP-C660,/PRD_124603_1587crx.aspx
It didn't help me but it may help others.
By pressing (one after the other) "title", "clear" and the "power" button while dvd player is in standby mode will bring you to a hidden menu (make sure your TV is on!). Select option 1 from the TEST MODE MENU (Drive auto adjustment). From the next submenu choose option 4 (SACD). The tray will open allowing you to put in a CD-R into the player. Follow the on-screen instructions, the first steps are fast but after a while, it checks jitters and that takes forever, hitting "return" then will stop the process. In my case, eventhough I aborted the operation, after I exited the hidden menu, I was once again able to read CD-Rs.
-- Rod Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 08, 2004.