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I want to get a region free BD player so that I can enjoy some disc from Amazon.uk. I don't have any knowledge of where to start besides having a player modded. Any help is appreciated.
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www.bluraychip.dk      (for Oppo, do it yourself)

 

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The AVS Multi-region Blu-ray Player Thread

If an AVS multi-region Blu-ray player thread already exists, please delete this one and shoot me a link to the existing thread. Assuming it doesn't, I would like to begin with some multi-region issues I'm having.

I own a few players with which when you press SETUP followed by 8520, a factory menu appears. It shows the BD and DVD region codes. Using the arrow keys, I can reset the password and erase the internal BD data storage. I would like to know how to determine whether you want to change the BD or DVD region. I would also like to know how you change the BD or DVD region from the current region to a region of my choice. How is this done with Seiki and Toshiba players? I have a Yamaha BD-A1010 and an Envizen Digital/Azend Group, Corp./Maxmade BDP-M1061. Maybe there's something I'm forgetting or not doing exactly right. At least if you own one of the Seikis or Toshibas, you'd probibly know what I'm talking about and might be able to tell me what I'm forgetting or what hasn't been explained as precisely elsewhere.
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Since the above link comes back to this thread, I assume this is the thread for multiregion bluray. If not please move or delete to appropriate thread.

Im in New Zealand, BD regionB, 240v 50hz. Looking for capacity to play regionA blurays. Already own 2 Panasonic 3D bluray players.

I stumbled across the Panansonic DMP-BDT330GA on B&H.
"Watch Blu-ray movies or stream Internet multimedia content with the Panasonic DMP-BDT330GA Smart 3D Multi-Region/Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player. This multi-region/multi-system DVD player will play any region Blu-ray or DVD on any TV, and it works on anything from 110 to 240 volts AC, 50 or 60 Hz."
Google isn't bringing up much / anything on it. Anyone had a play with one?

Another option is to buy a normal US Bluray player and have a standalone regionA player on top of my existing set up.

Any thoughts. thanks
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Since the above link comes back to this thread, I assume this is the thread for multiregion bluray. If not please move or delete to appropriate thread.

Im in New Zealand, BD regionB, 240v 50hz. Looking for capacity to play regionA blurays. Already own 2 Panasonic 3D bluray players.

I stumbled across the Panansonic DMP-BDT330GA on B&H.
"Watch Blu-ray movies or stream Internet multimedia content with the Panasonic DMP-BDT330GA Smart 3D Multi-Region/Multi-System Blu-ray Disc Player. This multi-region/multi-system DVD player will play any region Blu-ray or DVD on any TV, and it works on anything from 110 to 240 volts AC, 50 or 60 Hz."
Google isn't bringing up much / anything on it. Anyone had a play with one?

Another option is to buy a normal US Bluray player and have a standalone regionA player on top of my existing set up.

Any thoughts. thanks
If you own a supported Panasonic Blu-ray player, you can install enhanced firmware to get region free capability for DVD and Blu-ray together with UOP/PUO deactivation and Cinavia free operation.

Panasonic Blu-ray Player Multi Region All Zone Code Free Firmware Upgrade CD

Panasonic All Zone Multi Region Code Free Blu-ray Player Firmware Upgrade

There's also a secial website for Panasonic enhanced firmware upgrades but the moderator here doesn't want links to the site being posted. Google is your friend.
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If you own a supported Panasonic Blu-ray player, you can install enhanced firmware to get region free capability for DVD and Blu-ray together with UOP/PUO deactivation and Cinavia free operation.

Panasonic Blu-ray Player Multi Region All Zone Code Free Firmware Upgrade CD

Panasonic All Zone Multi Region Code Free Blu-ray Player Firmware Upgrade

There's also a secial website for Panasonic enhanced firmware upgrades but the moderator here doesn't want links to the site being posted. Google is your friend.
Thanks for your help.
I found that site in my googling: will revisit
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Region-free DVD/Blu-ray player with an optical audio output?

Hi there,

I live in Japan but I'm originally from France and own a fairly large number of US (region 1) DVDs. Needless to say this region thingee is quite a headache. I heard that Japan and the US belong to the same region as far as Blu-ray is concerned, but not DVD.

I own a nuforce DDA-100 digital amp which I intend to use. Unfortunately it doesn't have an HDMI input so I have to use the optical one (Toslink coaxial optical).

I haven't bought a DVD player in ages but back then I had just picked a regular DVD player and then just had to enter a code using the remote to make it region-free. Does it work the same with blu-ray players?

Also since the region codes are different for DVDs and Blu-rays, does it mean that if I buy a blu-ray player here in Japan I will be able to play Japanese and European DVDs (region 2) but not US DVDs and Japanese and American Blu-rays (Region A) but not European ones?

Sounds completely moronic to me. Any way to get around that? I can live without being able to play European blu-rays but not without being able to play US DVDs.

Thanks a lot for reading this.
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Hi there,

I live in Japan but I'm originally from France and own a fairly large number of US (region 1) DVDs. Needless to say this region thingee is quite a headache. I heard that Japan and the US belong to the same region as far as Blu-ray is concerned, but not DVD.

I own a nuforce DDA-100 digital amp which I intend to use. Unfortunately it doesn't have an HDMI input so I have to use the optical one (Toslink coaxial optical).

I haven't bought a DVD player in ages but back then I had just picked a regular DVD player and then just had to enter a code using the remote to make it region-free. Does it work the same with blu-ray players?

Also since the region codes are different for DVDs and Blu-rays, does it mean that if I buy a blu-ray player here in Japan I will be able to play Japanese and European DVDs (region 2) but not US DVDs and Japanese and American Blu-rays (Region A) but not European ones?

Sounds completely moronic to me. Any way to get around that? I can live without being able to play European blu-rays but not without being able to play US DVDs.

Thanks a lot for reading this.
Many Blu-Ray players can be made region-free for DVD playing with a "secret" code or via readily obtainable software (often free). Almost all (maybe even all) players require a hardware modification to be region-free for Blu-Ray playing. All Blu-Ray players that are region-free for BR discs are also region-free for DVD in my experience. There are plenty of region-free Blu-Ray players available. Just do a search for region-free Blu-Ray player. I assume many of these will be available in Japan.

One disadvantage you will have with only using Toslink is that you will not be able to take advantage of the lossless audio on Blu-Ray discs. Only the lossy core audio sound can be sent through Toslink to your amp. Also be aware that some newer Blu-Ray players are eliminating some audio and video connector types so there may be some out there that don't have Toslink.

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Many Blu-Ray players can be made region-free for DVD playing with a "secret" code or via readily obtainable software (often free). Almost all (maybe even all) players require a hardware modification to be region-free for Blu-Ray playing. All Blu-Ray players that are region-free for BR discs are also region-free for DVD in my experience. There are plenty of region-free Blu-Ray players available. Just do a search for region-free Blu-Ray player. I assume many of these will be available in Japan.

One disadvantage you will have with only using Toslink is that you will not be able to take advantage of the lossless audio on Blu-Ray discs. Only the lossy core audio sound can be sent through Toslink to your amp. Also be aware that some newer Blu-Ray players are eliminating some audio and video connector types so there may be some out there that don't have Toslink.
Thanks for the info. The problem I have when I search google is A. I don't know how reliable it is, B. I don't know which of the players that show up have a toslink output and C. I don't know if they're not region free when sold in the US and then coded upon importation here. The seller in the shop I went to today told me it was impossible to buy region-free players in Japan. I don't know whether he's required to say that or if it's actually true.

I can live with a single region blu-ray player but would like to be able to play US DVDs.

Also I don't quite understand the stuff about NTSC/Pal and such. Does it only apply to DVDs or to Bluray as well? I have some region 2 DVDs in PAL, will they play on Japanese players (NTSC, also region 2)?
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Not impossible at all. Just use Amazon.co.jp. Many use the Panasonic. I have a $130 iCom that works fine for DVD and BD playback.


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Also I don't quite understand the stuff about NTSC/Pal and such. Does it only apply to DVDs or to Bluray as well? I have some region 2 DVDs in PAL, will they play on Japanese players (NTSC, also region 2)?
Blu-Ray is Blu-Ray. There are no PAL vs. NTSC Blu-Ray discs. Other than region coding, Blu-Rays use universal formats that can work with any HDTV.

One thing you may have to consider in acquiring a region-free player. You will need to be sure that it can convert PAL to NTSC so it will work with your local NTSC (for DVD purposes) TV. Some TVs are multi-standard but many are not. Not all region-free DVD players can do PAL to NTSC (or vice versa) conversion.

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Blu-Ray is Blu-Ray. There are no PAL vs. NTSC Blu-Ray discs. Other than region coding, Blu-Rays use universal formats that can work with any HDTV.

One thing you may have to consider in acquiring a region-free player. You will need to be sure that it can convert PAL to NTSC so it will work with your local NTSC (for DVD purposes) TV. Some TVs are multi-standard but many are not. Not all region-free DVD players can do PAL to NTSC (or vice versa) conversion.
I'm not using a TV but a projector. Does it make a difference?

When I see "region-free blu-ray player" I never really know whether "region free" extends to DVDs as well.
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While most BDs are 1080p/24, there are a number of 1080i/50 BDs. These are not playable on most US players. The region free iCom will handle PAL/NTSC and has a 110/220 power supply. Depending on the mod used, the Panasonic should be able to handle both also.

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I'm not using a TV but a projector. Does it make a difference?
A projector should be able to handle things better than most TVs so you might not need PAL to NTSC conversion. Check the manuals for your projector and see if anything is specified about what video formats it can handle.

I have never heard of a region-free Blu-Ray player that wasn't also region-free for DVD. This doesn't mean that one doesn't exist but it is unlikely that any region-free Blu-Ray player won't also be region-free for DVD.

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Yep. Any region free BD player I've seen is also region free for DVDs. I have seen several that are region free for DVD but not BD. Projectors can usually handle 25/50. All 3 of mine do. None of my TVs do.

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Blu-Ray is Blu-Ray. There are no PAL vs. NTSC Blu-Ray discs. Other than region coding, Blu-Rays use universal formats that can work with any HDTV.

One thing you may have to consider in acquiring a region-free player. You will need to be sure that it can convert PAL to NTSC so it will work with your local NTSC (for DVD purposes) TV. Some TVs are multi-standard but many are not. Not all region-free DVD players can do PAL to NTSC (or vice versa) conversion.

So if I purchase software to just allow me to play region B blurays on my Panny region A player I don't need to be concerned about the PAL/NTSC thing as that only applies to DVD???
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NTSC and PAL are only applicable to standard definition video (i.e., non-HD broadcast and DVD). I'm not sure you'll find a software solution to region-free Blu-Ray playing. All the players I know about that play Blu-Rays out-of-region have a hardware modification (either an internally installed chip or one installed externally via USB). It is possible there are players that only require software or firmware mods to be made region-free but I am not familiar with any.

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NTSC and PAL are only applicable to standard definition video (i.e., non-HD broadcast and DVD). I'm not sure you'll find a software solution to region-free Blu-Ray playing. All the players I know about that play Blu-Rays out-of-region have a hardware modification (either an internally installed chip or one installed externally via USB). It is possible there are players that only require software or firmware mods to be made region-free but I am not familiar with any.

Thanks for the explanation-appreciate it!


This is what I was referring to http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-...d=680402088900 .


Maybe I should have said FIRMware......


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Not impossible at all. Just use Amazon.co.jp. Many use the Panasonic. I have a $130 iCom that works fine for DVD and BD playback.


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Not a bad idea to have a region free player with Disney not selling 3D titles stateside right now.

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Disney is usually region free I thought - I recently bought the UK Frozen in 3D as well as Need For Speed and both worked in my region A player? City of Ember with Bill Murray is the one that first got me into trouble as well as Caprica on Blu (boy was that not worth it!). Since I use my Sony 590 to stream both Amazon and Netflix with both apps supporting 5.1 Sound, I couldn't just upgrade to an OPPO since it doesn't support both. The bandaid was the cheap, and surprising reliable ICOM for 130 that I literally keep in a drawer and just plug it in for the handful of titles I need it for.
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Not always. Ratatouille and Need for Speed are both Region B for BD and 2 for DVD.

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I own Need for Speed in 3D and its region A with the 7.1 track. The other regions did get a release, but with an inferior sound mix. Ratatouille, that's a good find! Didn't realize that one already came out in 3D - strange! I wonder if this will make the rumor of the incredibles being in 3D true as well?
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UK Need for Speed UK does have the 5.1 audio track. Maleficent 3D is also Region Locked. Winter Soldier is Region Free.

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Not impossible at all. Just use Amazon.co.jp. Many use the Panasonic. I have a $130 iCom that works fine for DVD and BD playback.


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Region coding has been a joke almost since the beginning and was cracked almost immediately. The interesting thing is that with Blu-Ray most of the big studios abandoned it. The most frequent region coders these days are the smaller companies like Arrow, Criterion, Kino Lorber, Twilight Time, Studiocanal, Olive Films and others of that ilk. With only a few exceptions the big studios have moved away or are in the process of moving away from region-coding their Blu-Rays. DVDs still tend to be region coded, though.

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As I mentioned earlier in this thread, I have 2 Panny BRPs- a 210 & a 220 that I'm able to play region B Blurays on by hitting Top Menu, Stop, then "1". It'll then play them just fine EXCEPT they won't play 3D Bluray in 3D, only 2D. Just wondering if anyone has had any success play Region B discs in 3D on their Panny players by following this or any other "hack"


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