my Panasonic DMR-EH60 is region 2 is it worth sending back get a multiregion one

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by the blue angel, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. the blue angel

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    is it worth sending this one back and get a multiregion one from multiregion magic does it affect software in anyway
     
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    Do you really need a multiregion modified machine? I have the odd few region 1 DVD discs but I usually use one of my multi-region dvd players for this altho my Panasonic E85 which was purchased already M/R modified will also play them. Hardly worth the trouble of sending back your newly purchased machine just for this reason.
     
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    Do you expect to buy any DVDs which are not region 2 or 0 (0 play on anything)?
    You'll only get non-R2 or 0 if you buy outside the UK or Europe.
     
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    guess i will keep it otherwise i have to pay 25 pounds back to the company
    for sending it back and they could charge me extra because i have used it
    i no i have 7 days to cancel
     
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    I have a Panasonic DMR-E95 and DVD-S35 (player only). I unlocked them using a gadget from DVDCodes (http://www.dvdcodes.net). It took about 20 seconds for each. What they do is send you a chipped remote and instructions for the model you've specified. When you've used it (you can only use it once), you put it in a stamped return envelope (supplied), post it and Bob's your uncle!
     
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    if something went wrong and sent it back once i used the chipped remote
    would that void the 12 months warranty with who i bought it from
     
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    I don't think doing it that way is worth the trouble. The Panasonic shop here in Plymouth, for example, will do it for £20.00 AND, because they do it, the guarantee is not voided!!
     

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