Chipping an old player

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by MartinImber, Apr 22, 2002.

  1. MartinImber

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    Can I still get my 715 chipped and is it worth it - also shouldn't Sony pay for it?
     
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    Why should Sony pay for it??:confused:
     
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    Because they released a CRIPPLED player which I didn;t do originally due to warranty voiding.

    Don't you think a DVD player saying DVD-Video should play back any disc saying DVD-Video - well I do!

    Yes I know I should have bought from the internet but I didn't have internet then - also didn't know about regions - I've had over 3 years!

    The heavily recomended player of the time was the Pioneer 717 - which was plagued with lipsync.
     

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