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Who converts Pioneer 737 to multiregion

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by cutes6, Apr 10, 2003.

  1. cutes6

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    I live in Yorkshire and need to convert a 737 to multiregion - does anyone know anyone near me who can software upgrade my 737 to multiregion please - thanks
     
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    Got this info from dvdchips.co.uk

    or if you would rather they will do an upgrade for £50
    You will need to send them your DVD, but the price includes return postage.

    Mark.
     
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    I thought this mod requires two solder points to be joined? Only then it allows the change.
     
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    That's partially correct, the machine must have been modified to allow this sequence to work. Any decent mod on a Pioneer will be a firmware upgrade and auto region switching. The sequence described above is to manually lock the player into a certain region, supposedly for problem RCE discs.
    Try here, I can recommend them wholeheartedly.
    www.mailuk.com
     

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