I am installing a system in a Mega Yhact that travels across the world. I need to unlock the region code and put it at 0 so the crew from different countries can watch their movies. This ship is in a different county every month. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks
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OK....Pull the dvd player out. Look to see if it has speaker wires coming off the back. If not, does it have rca plugs???? (red and white). if so then you are gonna need an amplifier to get sound. If it DOES hve speaker wires, chec to see if they are hooked up to the speakers in the vehicle.
region codes are only available from the internet by bright people who have figured out how to "Hack" into the software of the device and they call this a "Region Hack", as of this date there are no unlock codes avail for this unit, most of the codes are for mainstream home units and not the car mounted DVD systems. The manufacturer will not provide software updates, the legal status of region hacking is under litigation to determine whether it is copywrite infringement, what this means that soon it will be illegal..
I LOVE Farenheit products...Unfortunately, without experience this job is best left to the experts. If you insist on trying it...you'll need a couple dozen barrel-type or "crimp" connectors 12-14ga., electrical tape, 3M scotchlocks same size and a continuity test light or multimeter. If not, a local car stereo installation shop MAY do it for you for $$$...Check Crutchfield.com for manuals/installation tips etc...doesn't matter what brand it is...just match the same capabilities.
the best advice there is to contact the manufacturer and see if they sell it seperately. i don't know that you will find any out for sale otherwise. i'm thinking about trying a universal from radio shack for my in dash pioneer.??!