Compacks DVD6972 Multi-region 2 Channel DVD Player - Just £15.99 Delivered @ Amazon!! - HotUKDeals
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A nice, compact DVD player that would be ideal for a childs bedroom - and doesn't cost the roof if it needs to be replaced. Please note that it does not come with a scart lead, although they can be purchased from places like poundland etc. Multi region aswell!!

Compatible with DVD, VCD, CD-DA, CD-R/RW, CD, MP3, HD-CD, J-PEG and Kodak picture CD
Subtitles available in 32 different languages
Audio soundtrack can be heard in 8 different languages
Multi angle viewing
Slow motion playback
Parental lock function
Repeat function
Programmable track selection for music CDs
On screen display
Multiple audio options for listening to music or films
Dolby digital decoder
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#1
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[mod]#2
Good price, thanks emasu :thumbsup:
#3
Alternatively, buy a regular 'Region 2' DVD Player and Google for the unlock code that needs to be punched into the remote control. Instant 'Region 0' goodness.

That's exactly what I did with my combined Freeview/DVD Player from Argos! :giggle:
#4
L.Rawlings..where do u get the code from and does it work on all dvds
#5
cpfc
L.Rawlings..where do u get the code from and does it work on all dvds


Since it would cost manufacturers a small fortune to build specific DVD players for all the different regions, what makes them region restricted is purely software based, and flashed onto the players after manufacture and before shipping.

So long as you know the manufacturer codes to access the Region menus hidden within the firmware, you can potentially 'un-region' any DVD player on the market using a simple number sequence on the remote that the player will recognise as a Region menu request.

Just put your make and model of DVD player into a search engine and add 'region codes' or 'region unlocking' next to it.

There are hundreds of websites out there that collate this information so that you can 'multi-region' aka 'Region 0' your existing units so that they will read discs you buy from all around the world. :thumbsup:
#6
cool thanks for that
#7
cpfc
cool thanks for that


You're welcome. :)
#8
L.Rawlins
So long as you know the manufacturer codes to access the Region menus hidden within the firmware, you can potentially 'un-region' any DVD player on the market using a simple number sequence on the remote that the player will recognise as a Region menu request.


Just a word of warning, whilst the majority of DVD players can be hacked like this (using their own remote control), some need a special remote or DVD to transmit the code. You have to 'hire' these, so it will cost you extra to do this.

In other words, if you want to spend as little as possible, make sure the model you are after can be made multi-region using it's own remote control *before* buying it, just in case.
#9
I take it they aren't including a free copy of Snakes on a Plane anymore with this player as I can't see any mention of it.
#10
What's meant by '2 Channel' ?

tia

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