Understanding Code Free DVD Players and Their Advantages

DVD players have certainly evolved throughout the years with new features and capabilities. If you love watching DVDs that you buy from different parts of the world, then it makes sense to invest in a code-free DVD Player that can play any kind of region-restricted DVD in any country. 

Why do you need one?

Basically, the world is divided into 6 regions: Region 1 is USA and Canada. Region 2 is Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East and Greenland. Region 3 is Taiwan, Hongkong and parts of SE Asia. Region 4 is New Zealand, Australia, and Latin America. Region 5 is Eastern Europe, India, and Africa. Region 6 is China. DVDs made in certain countries are compatible only with DVD players that are made for that region. So if you bought a DVD during your trip to Europe or Asia and want to watch it back home in the US, you need a code-free DVD player.

It’s fun to purchase DVDs from other parts of the world especially if you like arthouse films that might not be available in the US. But if you have a region-restricted DVD player, you cannot play them. It’s time to buy a code-free DVD player like the Samsung DVD-P728 so you can play not just DVDs but also VCDs, SVCDs, and CDs from any region. The enhanced digital technology will let you enjoy a crisp movie viewing experience.

Did you know that most code-free DVD players have built-in PAL to NTSC converters as well? The Yamaha DVX-S301PN is a great example of one such product. You can watch different types of DVDs and CDs with this device. It is an all-in-one surround sound home theatre system that you can easily install in your home.

Resource URL – http://www.blog.samstores.com/understanding-code-free-dvd-players-advantages/

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