Originally Posted by robertpierre
so, to recap the byte four:
8D - Canada/US NTSC/PAL, R4 BD A
- Australia R4 BD B
96 - Canada/US NTSC/PAL, R2 ?? BD B
Sorry, to disagree, but there is something wrong in this.
I yesterday tried changing 96 to 8D on my Euro Player which was resulting in switching Blu Region from B to A.
So I think an Aussie player will "react" the same way, my EU player did - but I could be wrong. I think you mentioned the Aussie one changed to B looking at a post from Bradavon. But I think Bradavon mentioned an Aussie BH-100 and not a BH-200. We already discovered yesterday, that 8D is originally from a BH-100 (Aussie).
So I recap for BH-200 this:
- 8D results in BD A (US, EU and most likely also an Aussie player)
- 96 results in BD B (US, EU player)
- 00 results in BD A (US, EU player)
All 3 I tested for an EU player myself. I always ended in having the same Region for Blu's than my american colleagues
I think (my personal 2 cents) changing the 4th digit always ends in the same result, whatever player you change the digit (EU or US).
Thanks for all your effort @ALL
Oh, I hope that Aussie isn't a cuss word ;-)