the directions on this file are very clear that a certain type of drive is recommended, some of the old Pioneer universal DVD players, for example. and CD players.
it's a crapshoot as to which player will work or not work. I recall some had luck with their BD players but don't recall which ones. that was over a year ago.
I can copy the directions in the SC-09TX service manual for updating DSP with the wav file and that's all the documentation I have. I don't have the service menu directions for the 92txh.
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All I can advise you on is I used a DV59AVI player which I still have, and it worked flawlessly. I know others used the 868 & other DVD players, the euro models on the list & it worked. I think someone may have used a Panasonic but I sure don't recall which one now. if you're lucky and your PC drive is the type on the list, I would think it would work.
you must be in the proper place in the service menu as well but it looks like you got that part figured out
even more basic question is - did you create the disc as an audio
disc? it cannot be a data disc with a wav file on it. it has to be mastered by your burning software specifically as a CDA audio disc.Edited by ss9001 - 1/26/13 at 3:09pm