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Arcam DV27 pause

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by TomT, Apr 2, 2002.

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    Anyone know why pressing the pause button once pauses play, but the next time (trying to get it to come off pause) it sends the command "step"?

    Is this a firmware issue? Any solution?

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    Nothing unusual here. A lot of DVD players will do this, as does my VCR. Some companies have this and some choose to have 2nd pause press as resume play.
     
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    Richard, thanks. I guess there's no way to change this then?
     
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    I guess not. You'd have to ask Arcam to add another option in the setup menu to allow you to choose between step and continue for the pause buttom response.

    It's always possible.
     
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    Thanks Richard. The reason I care at all about this is because I'm using a pretty neat remote, called a Harmony. It changes button functions depending on what the current activity is, e.g. watching a DVD. Pressing the Mute button with a DVD playing not only mutes the sound, but also pauses play. So, pressing it again, it would be nice to just start back up playing (as it did with my recently retired Sony S7000).....
     

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