If you just want out-of-the-box functionality, and use DVD's that you OWN, you should enjoy the experience. If you rent a lot of disks or have many disks that are scratched, you may want to think twice. If the surface of the disks are spotless, I have no problems. Scratches and dust confuse the optics resulting in audio and video skipping.
It's not such a good buy at all, since I've just bought one and I'm really finding hard to make it region free. It has a menu where you can change the region, that's ok, but when I change the region to, for instance, ES, in order to watch a picture made for that region, it displays an error or code zone, I've tried every zone and it just plays back DVD discs for Zone 4. I feel like I've been cheated.
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Hi, When you bought your DVD player it comes with 1 type of cable. RCA type cable 2 audio and 1 video. Yellow for video and red and black for audeo. Your TV should have RCA plugs on back and match them up with DVD player. Most DVD player now come with optical out put, TV must have input to complete. If you have that you can get better sound from them. Good luck
buy one that has hd tv and next time dont get duped by the salesman like i did when i asked him if it was full hd and he said yeah absolutely otherwise i wouldnt have bought it from the Good Guys in Sydenham
Hi, have you tried this? It worked on my LG player. 1. Open DVD tray 2. Press "0000" on the remote. 3. A screen will appear saying NEW REGION CODE displaying the current one. 4. Press "0" for all zones. 5. Press the "select" button on the remote. 6. Close the CD tray. 7. Power off
I have just bought this unit and have been using the menu recently. The only ways i can see to do it would be to either, (as you say) plug it into a HDTV, or navigate the menu blind and hope for the best.
If you press SETUP on your remote once to get to the menu setup screen and then push the RIGHT navigation button 3 times this should take you to the system setup screen. Then push the DOWN navigation button 4 times and then push ENTER. At this point it asks you for a 4 digit password to reset the unit which is a factory preset, 5555, so type that in. This should then reset the DVD player to factory settings.
Hope it helps,
For starters, the Chinese have a totally different set of coding than most anyone else. So you would most likely actually have to buy a dvd player out of China to read it. Otherwise, get teh right codec's for your computer to play it on a dvd rom drive for the computer. Im sorry that this may not be what you are looking for, but ive learned from buying a lot of foreign movies, that you most often have to buy the playing equipment also from the country to play it.