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Standard DVD Region Code:

DVD discs are encoded into 6 different regions. 
Region 1 - The U.S., U.S. territories and Canada
Region 2 - Europe, Japan, the Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, Greenland 
Region 3 - Taiwan, Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong
Region 4 - Mexico, South America, Central America, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Caribbean
Region 5 - Russia (okay, former Russia), Eastern Europe, India, most of Africa, North Korea, Mongolia
Region 6 - China

Multi Region DVD Player

A Multi Region DVD player is a DVD player that is capable of playing DVD discs from around the world. That mean you can play your Region 2 DVD's on this DVD Players. 

Looking For Multi Region DVD Players? 

Purchasing Multi Region DVD Player is a big decision, currently the following companies are the main online DVD Player retailers. 

There are Many website, that sells multi region dvd players, this are also call region free dvd player, code free dvd player, all region dvd player, multi zone dvd player there are many words out there and many stores like 110220electronics and Popular Electronics they offer large selection of Multi Region Players brands like Toshiba, Pioneer, Samsung, Philips, Sony, Panasonic, Coby, Sharp, Oppo, and JVC. They also have Multi Region Blu-Ray Players we will talk about them on our other website BluRayMultiRegionGuide.com

TV Systems 

There are 3 TV systems:
  1. NTSC
  2. PAL
  3. SECAM

USA, Canada & Japan use the NTSC system, many parts of Europe use PAL system. If you purchase a PAL DVD you will not be able to watch the movie unless your television can play PAL. So always look for a Multi Region DVD Player that has built in PAL to NTSC and NTSC to PAL converter which will enable you to watch different system DVDs.

How can you tell what Region Code a DVD disc is? 

The Region Code is usually specified on the back of the individual DVD packages, either with a Regional Coding logo of a globe with the region number superimposed over it, or specifically spelled out. For example, while currently-released New Line and Warner DVD titles use the globe logo & number scheme, MGM/UA titles state: "This disc has been encoded for Region 1: The United States, U.S. Territories and Canada." In the cast of Lumivision's discs, they are labelled "Available worldwide," which means that the discs contain no regional coding and will play on any player in any country.

 

FAQs

 
Q: Are Multi Region modifications guaranteed to be lifetime?

Yes and No, but 110220Electronics offer lifetime guarantee on there Multi Region DVD Players, so you can be free off worry about that.

Q: Are the DVD Players sold in major retail stores Multi Region?

No, major stores like Wal-Mart, Best Buy, etc... only carry Region 1 DVD Players.

Q: What is RCE?

Recently, the Motion Picture Association of American (MPAA) developed a new system called RCE (Regional Code Enhancing) which is now included on almost all new region 1 DVD releases. This new technology was created to prevent DVD players with a region code 0 and "all region" DVD players from playing region 1 RCE DVDs. Now most region 1 DVD discs include this technology. As such, any DVD players that are software modified or modified by changing settings in the menu will not be able to play these DVDs. These include many of the Philips software modified DVD players. Only DVD players which are hardware modified with current region free chip sets will be able to play RCE DVDs.
 

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