I emigrated from the UK to Oz and found that my new Sony BDV-E800W wouldn't play most of my UK DVDs. Sony said it couldn't be made multi-region. I found DVDExploder and subscribed to their website for a very reasonable fee. They recommended to me by email a cheap URC which I bought and just followed their instructions and now have a multi-region Home Video system. Well done guys!!
Having purchased my Blu-Ray DVD player some time ago, it was good to be able to find someone like DVD Exploder to help me get the best out of my DVD viewing experience. Thanks guys, blood's worth bottling. I have one ongoing request and I am hoping for good news on this front soon.
Very pleased with the service. Easy download and data base had my DVD (Phillips 5990) procedure. Unlocked at the first try. Tray closed at end of process and other region DVD in tray started to play. Could not have been easier. Can’t ask for anything more. Impressed with the large data base available.
Site is very fair. Provides access to gain unlock information on all the users products- DVD’s and hard drives.
Had occasion to send message to DVD Exploder and got a very quick and positive reply. Full marks to Paul and his team.
In March 2011, I sent a request for the unlock code for my
Sanyo HVR-DX625H DVD/VCR. There was a code on the list already for a HVR-DX625, but this would not work for my machine. After waiting for a couple of weeks I decided to try the code for a previous model
(HVR-DX610), which was successful. Whenever I emailed the company about my request I received prompt replies to my queries.
I feel this is a valuable site with codes for many makes and models, and feel the initial fee is fair considering that I can now access the codes for other models when the need arises, and this is included in the initial fee.(No need to pay each time I need a new code).
I recommend this service to anyone needing it. Be patient as the manufacturers are very reluctant to supply these codes to anyone.
After years of having to sift through region descriptors on DVDs (and being caught out with the wrong one from time to time) for a modest $15, DVD Exploder has helped me turn my DVD player into an all-region reading machine. Hooray!I would recommend their service 100% to anyone needing to sort out their machine for once and for all!
I signed up with DVD Exploder, modest cost $A16:- No.1 of their list of 3 possible unlockers for the LG didn't work and I couldn't see how to use either of the others. I emailed them and received a reply within a day or two suggesting an alternative which worked fine. They also assisted with advice on an unrelated problem. All communications have been prompt and courteous and I am happy to recomend them to prospective customers - David Edwards
Definitely worth 5 stars plus, for the service they provide and their prompt attention if you require help.I am in my seventies and couldnt get the code to work. Could've been my arthritic fingers, a sticky remote or an impaired brain, who knows! Any way I contacted the team and they laid it out step by step and eureka I now have a zone free DVD player.
I had been thinking of looking for a multi zone player and this site has saved me heaps.
Many many thanks guys!
The DVDexploder website deserves the five stars for the only two reasons ever needed for commercial praise:
Their PROCEDURE fixed my problem and the COST was very reasonable.
Plus, for other peoples' problems, they have a huge database which should solve most any unblocking problem presented to them.
Their replies to my particular queries were quick and appropriate. I highly recommend them.
In my opinion, the only DVD code site to deal with is DVDExploder. They've unlocked many of the players I import, ready for resale in the UK and Australia. Their database unlocked my LG, Panasonic, Matsui, Denon and Sony players - with ease. And MY customers are happy to have a region free player without the hassle.
HOW they go about obtaining these sequences is a total mystery to me, although I've posed the question to them in various different ways. I 'do' know that certain representatives of a well know store brand actively point people in their direction when customers ask why they can't play foreign movies on their shiny new players.
I'm guessing this is because they're not permitted to sell or manufacture DVD or Blu-ray players 'region free' and need a reliable source to stop their customers flipping out.
In fact, it’s a really easy process to make your DVD player region free. You just pick up your DVD’s remote, tap in a quick DVD region free code and there you have it – a multi-region player. This goes for DVD and Blu-ray systems found in your car, home cinema system, portable device, TV/DVD combo… anything with a player found in it.
The site contains heaps of background information regarding DVD player region coding and is a great source for all of those interested in the multi-region unlock process. The subject has gripped me from the start – and the site is a gold-mine. But don’t just take my word for it. They’ve pleased many more consumers than me.
If you’re interested yourself and are wondering how to make your DVD player multi-region, check out their testimonials page. I guess this review is a simple ‘thank you’ from me to the DVDExploder team. So, there you have it. No DVD mods, no DVD chipping, no warranty issues. Thanks guys!
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