In my opinion, the only DVD code site to deal with is DVDExploder. They've unlocked many of the players I import, ready for resale in the UK and Australia. Their database unlocked my LG, Panasonic, Matsui, Denon and Sony players - with ease. And MY customers are happy to have a region free player without the hassle.
HOW they go about obtaining these sequences is a total mystery to me, although I've posed the question to them in various different ways. I 'do' know that certain representatives of a well know store brand actively point people in their direction when customers ask why they can't play foreign movies on their shiny new players.
I'm guessing this is because they're not permitted to sell or manufacture DVD or Blu-ray players 'region free' and need a reliable source to stop their customers flipping out.
In fact, it’s a really easy process to make your DVD player region free. You just pick up your DVD’s remote, tap in a quick DVD region free code and there you have it – a multi-region player. This goes for DVD and Blu-ray systems found in your car, home cinema system, portable device, TV/DVD combo… anything with a player found in it.
The site contains heaps of background information regarding DVD player region coding and is a great source for all of those interested in the multi-region unlock process. The subject has gripped me from the start – and the site is a gold-mine. But don’t just take my word for it. They’ve pleased many more consumers than me.
If you’re interested yourself and are wondering how to make your DVD player multi-region, check out their testimonials page. I guess this review is a simple ‘thank you’ from me to the DVDExploder team. So, there you have it. No DVD mods, no DVD chipping, no warranty issues. Thanks guys!
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