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Re: Playback of discs
Have you tried setting the players video output to your TV type? R1 discs are NTSC(30 fps), while R2 are PAL(25 fps). Look for video output or TV type in the player's menu. Most player's default to "any", passing whatever signal is on the disc to the TV.
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make this steps and fix it. Merry Christmas
Turn on your DVD player.
Open the DVD player's main drive, also commonly called the DVD "tray." The region cannot be changed while a DVD is in the machine, so many DVD players require the tray to be open as an extra precaution.
Push "Info" or "Setup" on your remote.
Use the remote to select the "Region" option as indicated on your TV screen.
Select "Region 9" to change the system to multiregion formatting. Regions 1 through 8 represent specific geographic locations and will not allow multiregion playback.
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