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WTD -- Region Free DVD Player

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:31 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Can anyone recommend a good one for as cheap as possible please?

Preferably silver but no real problem if not.

Thanks
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:31 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I Last Week Bought Another "pacific Dvd1002mk2" From Asda Store For £19 (reduced From Normal £24).
It Is A Region 2 Player But Can Be Changed To Region Free In Seconds By Opening Draw Pressing Clear Entering 13690 Then Closing Draw. It Is An Award Winning Player And Is Will Play Badly Scratched Dvd's Better Then Anything. It Also Has A "pal60" Setting Which On All My Tv's Clears Up The Jumpiness Of Many Ntsc Dvd's
#2
so you'd recommend that one...instore or online? or both?

Anyone else with any recommendations
banned#3
IAN1959;1592138
I Last Week Bought Another "pacific Dvd1002mk2" From Asda Store For £19 (reduced From Normal £24).
It Is A Region 2 Player But Can Be Changed To Region Free In Seconds By Opening Draw Pressing Clear Entering 13690 Then Closing Draw. It Is An Award Winning Player And Is Will Play Badly Scratched Dvd's Better Then Anything. It Also Has A "pal60" Setting Which On All My Tv's Clears Up The Jumpiness Of Many Ntsc Dvd's

What is it with more and more comments being posted with every word starting with a capital? It makes them mroe difficult to read and surely must be a real pain to type this way or is it that they have been through some kind of spell checker?

I'm intrigued. :-D
#4
Well I bought my latest (I already had 2) in-store 2 weeks ago. I have not checked online. At one ASDA store it was £19 at another £24, which seems strange.
Before you buy, if you already have a Region 2 player which you are satisfied with, check out a site like "dvdcodes.net" to see if there are any codes to convert your existing player to region free. http://www.dvdcodes.net/newCodesAZ/codesP/pacific/PacificDVD1002.php is the link for the Pacific. I have changed 3 different players to region 0. You will need a region 1 dvd to see if the codes work. Having just bought a Pacific I know the code still works on the one I got. What I like about this player is it will usually play really badly scratched discs perfectly (eg Blockbuster ex- rental). Also it has a good picture when playing a widescreen film on zoom on a standard t.v. As I said, I have noticed on my tv's the NTSC format discs (used in the US) have sometimes jerky pictures. Setting the Pacific to "PAL60" stops this with just a slight mottled effect which is not a problem. Whatever you decide to buy remember you do not need to pay extra for a region free player as someone will have probably have a code on line somewhere to change a cheap region 2.
#5
I typed it in capitals and put it through "iespell". Strange it came out like this?
banned#6
IAN1959;1596368
I typed it in capitals and put it through "iespell". Strange it came out like this?


aha - thanks. Guess others must be doing this too.

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