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Old 05-23-2011, 03:49 PM   #1
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Replacing the HTS-1000 DVD player

I'm planning on replacing this with a new DVD player as mine is broke. I would think the cost of fixing it might be more or similar to the cost of replacing it. The strange thing is that I need to find a Home Theatre DVD player so it's compatible with the set-up in the RV.

Has anyone else done this already and have any suggestions? Has anyone upgraded to Blu-ray? I'm tempted to do this but it would be running a HMDI cable over to the TV which I think would be a real pain.
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:41 PM   #2
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Not sure which unit you have but in my 370 I ran a set of cables from the Home Theatre System, HTS-1000 to my TV so I can play the audio from the TV through the HT and used a better set-up for the DVD Player. I still have the HTS-1000 and it's still working after we replaced 3 of them under warranty. As for the wires I drilled a hole close to the ceiling inside the open face shelf/cabinet or whatever you want to call it and ran the cables tight to the ceiling behind the wood at the top. The only way you can see it is to get up next to it and really look hard for it. You should be able to do the same if your layout is similar to mine. My HTS-1000 is in a small cabinet next to the door just above our barrel chair.
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