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The add u read before u buy this thing,does it say multi-zone player,if it did not properly not.U bought this thing as a refurbish machine?Yes.If the seller didn't give u the owner maual,toshiba website only give u the basic for the operation of the machine only,more than that,u have to talk to their costumer service department.Pay them a fee,they'll send u out a coppy.
Hello, This DVD player unfortunately does not support most of the Copied DVD /CDs. it works stemless with only genuine / original CD and DVDs.. If your DVD or CD originally recorded by manufacturers but still can not read , than I recommend you to obtain and apply it to clean your laser eye of the DVD player.
The second problem is related with factory locked multizone feature.. on the rear of the player will be a region code plate with a picture of a globe and a number next to it.If you DVD disc does not have the same ZONE number ,it wont work. But in order to convert your DVD to a multizone you need to make some additional adjustment. Hope it will solve your problem.otherwise ask me to give you more on unlocking multizone feature. Please remember to vote me too.. Regards
Compatible disc formats: DVD, CD, CDR, CDRW, Video CD
Yes, but is easy if you have a A/V Receiver like a Marantz or Yamaha and put in the "MultiZone" Out, in Marantz you can see in your room example a Cable, and in MultiZone a PS3 DVD, 2 outs with 1 source (Receiver).
The same thing happened to me. To fix, follow the instructions below. 1. Turn your machine on. 2 Press Setup on the remote. 3. Press Preference. 4. Type on remote 9653. The use arrow keys to select Region "0". 5. Then click OK and the machine should now recognise multiple region zone DVDs.