Should somebodody help me with changing region code in Sony DVP-SR310P ? I can't find hacks... And my kids can't see movies from Europe.
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If you have more than a few discs, it would probably be worthwhile to get an Android Box for less than $50. Then rip your DVDs and play them off a flash or external hard drive. Gets around NTSC/PAL playback issues and it's more convenient and cost effective than having to rip and burn the DVDs to new discs.
Thanks for fast answer.
You right , that is good idea, but unfortunatelly I've over 100 dvd's.
And my wife planning to buy more...
It's why I am looking for codes.
But how, I must ask, will you deal with the PAL issue ?
Making your player region free will still not make them playable on US tv's
For the nth time, with the possible exception of certain Intel processors, I don't have/ever owned anything whose name starts with "i".
Your options are:
As mentioned above, get a player that does internal PAL to NTSC and find a region-free code for it. Note that region-free codes for current DVD players are extremely rare and are usually for non North American versions and subject to change with new revisions of existing models.
Get a pre-modified player. www.220-electronics.com been around a long time and has a good reputation. Make sure to get one that specifies playback on ALL TVs or NTSC to PAL output.
Rip and burn your DVDs to new discs and use a player that does PAL to NTSC conversion
Rip and playback your DVDs on an Android Box or other local media / streaming device.
Note that with Blu-Ray players the first option isn't available at all since all region-free Blu-Ray players are software and/or hardware modified.