Question about Sony Televison & Video
Player won't power on? and it has charged all night?
Have you tried to plugged in directly to the wall without the battery?
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sony has designed this player so it cannot have the region code changed, it is hard wired into the board as part of their copy protection scheme.
Most users have rated this player as 'junk' (sorry to be the bearer of bad news) and should be replaced.
Maybe you can sell it on Ebay.
My suggestion is that the less expensive the player the better off you will be in the long run as the cheaper brands and models use DVD drives meant for PCs and Macs. More expensive models have proprietary drives, such as Sony, and cannot be manipulated and are not very versatile in recording media and or playing copyright hacked copies of DVDs even if you own the original DVD but has been scratched.
The courts are still trying to figure out these protection measures as they are not fair use in terms of you the owner of a DVD and wanting to make your own backup copy for the kids to use.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
1. Switch on the player
2; open the CD compartment
3. Enter the following code (using the remote): 2812
4. Highlight the region
5. Change to 9 (for Multi-region) using the 'Enter' button
6. Hit 'Clear' to exit
check with different region DVD
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
Do a google search for 'region hack and your model #' Not all players can be hacked and don'y pay anyone for the info. Usually a scam.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
you will needs a power transformer adaptor form 220 volt to 110 volts at 50 hz at the out put/because current there is 220 /50 hertz and us is 120 at 60 hertz..
hope that will help you
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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