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Mv free firmware for Jamo DVR50 v2.9.4!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by _dracula_, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. _dracula_

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  2. chrbjo

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    Did you try playing CD audio after the firmware upgrade to 2.9.4? Mine plays CD audio in slow-motion after the upgrade :thumbsdow
     
  3. _dracula_

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    Well I did not , but I guess this flaw is aslo in the original firmware.
    This firmware is primary to watch your original dvd's
    properly on your Progressive / VGA Projector / Mornitor,
    In all avalble resolutions.
    it you donk like it you can try the firmware for the kiss 470
    Its V2.85 it has the same mods.
    you can find it at http://194.109.4.5/470/470-ALLVGA+HDTV.zip
    Jamo is a Kiss-470 OEM player so the Jamo firmware is identical to the kiss 470
    except the logo's.
     
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    I received a CD from Jamo with the latest 2.9.4-firmware and when doing a "Full Update" everything works fine again :)
    I guess the first update I did went bad.
     
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    Well as lang as you dont mind Macrovision or VGA limitation , the Jamo CD sould be sufficiant.
    But I guess it could be a glits because I did not recive any other complains about this firmware. :)
     
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    Tried it.
    Couldn't get the Jamo to boot from it.
    Turned player off, then on, it just thought it was a normal disc.
    It you try and play the dvd it says its a boot disc, but won't boot from it!
    Downloaded it twice and used 2 different cd's!

    Any ideas?

    Chris
     

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