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I have bought an Epson Moviemate 85HD DVD projector online from the USA for use in Australia. How can I unlock the DVD region lock so we can watch Australian Zone 4 movies on the machine. (feeling a bit silly)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cinego D-1000
Well I was hunting for a replacement remote, came across this page, and know this fix for you all. Go into your setup menu, slide over to the management tab and make sure Auto Source Select is checked. If it is not, it does not search for a DVD but instead looks for only external inputs. Even pushing the manual source select button will not find the DVD if this entry is not checked.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Hi, I have just done a bit of research on this unit, and while I live in new zealand, the australian and new zealand broadcast systems are similar as well as both using region code 4. My experience with american video devices has shown that american manufacturers do not normally produce multisystem devices to be used in other parts of the world and as such would most likely not work with the australian broadcast system never mind region 4 discs. I would strongly suggest you ensure that the unit is capable of dealing with a PAL signal first before you even bother with trying to multizone it. PS the zone coding was created by the american movie consortium and as such, it will be very unlikely you will find a region hack for this unit.
Cheaper to ditch the unit and purchase a local DVD player and projector.
PS you will get a better (albeit slightly duller) picture with a decent LCD projector. I strongly recommend the Panasonic PT-AE700 or later. You will be impressed.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
SOURCE: YPbPr and YCbCr signal
with component, if there is not a solid signal, it'll go blue. if the dvd is dirty, the player is dirty, or any other break in signal, it'll go blue. clean your dvd and/or player.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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