Question about Sony Televison & Video
This model is apparently hardwired to play only Region 1 (USA, Canada, Bermuda and US Territories) or All-region disks. (Some of the older players allowed you to change the region up to five times; on the fifth change, the last region selected becomes permanent.) You would need to get a Region 4 player to play Brazilian DVDs. Note: the region refers only to the area where the disks are sold; you can take Region 1 disks to Brazil and play them on this unit so long as you don't have trouble with import laws.
It is theoretically possible to hack the firmware to defeat or change the region code, but you would probably have to change the ROM chip to a custom-programmed ROM to do it. You could probably buy another DVD player for much less than the cost of the equipment needed to do the hack.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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