What is a code free DVD player?

Dec 22nd, 2011 by Boren 3,414 views |Comments Off

We all know that DVDs and DVD players are region locked and divided by geographical regions. A “DVD Region Lock” is technology on DVD players that prevents those who live in one region from successfully viewing a DVD movie that was produced and distributed for a different region. Example, if your friend purchase a DVD movie in US (region 1) and send it to you who live in Australia (region 4); the DVD will not be playable on your DVD player. How could you manage to play this DVD movie? Is there any DVD player that can play it? The answer is yes. You could find a code free DVD player.

A code free DVD player is a DVD player that is able to play DVD disc from any region in the world. Code free DVD players are modified to play PAL DVD disc on an NTSC television or play NTSC DVD disc on PAL television. Using a special DVD disc to modify the firmware of DVD player by changing the way the DVD player reads code. Or modify the hardware of DVD player by re-chiping it with a separate chipset. Both of these two methods are expensive and the previous one is not stable or won’t recognize disc after frequently modification.

To get a code free DVD player software is a good choice. It is easy-to-use, reliable, no more complicated steps required. Through DVD X Player, you can play all regions’ DVD on all DVD even if you have changed the region code 5 times. So there is no need to worry about the region code. As a code free DVD player, DVD X Player has more powerful function such as recording DVD movies, supporting Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS, converting videos, capture images from DVD movie.


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