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How to hack a Sony DVP-NC66P5 Dvd Player to make it zone free?

I’ve talked to sony reps before, and I don’t believe it’s possible in an economic fashion. HOWEVER, many cheap, cheap, cheap DVD players are zone-free (so they can sell in all markets) but don’t advertise it on the box. When I sold Home Theatre equipment a year ago, we had a Kodak DVD player for $29 that played all zones, DVD +/- r/rw MP3 VCD and many other things.

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High End Home Theater Equipment


High End Home Theater Equipment


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RCA RTD396 DVD Home Theater System


RCA RTD396 DVD Home Theater System


$77.87


This 100-watt Dolby digital 5.1 surround sound DVD Home Theater System will complete your home theater experience. It has progressive scan video output (Y, Pb, Pr jacks) and additional analog video output. The AUX audio input makes it easy for analog audio sources and the front panel line-in jack makes connecting your iPod, iPhone, iPad or other portable audio devices a breeze. Compatible media  

Antec Low Profile AV Component Cooler for Media PC Home Theater Products


Antec Low Profile AV Component Cooler for Media PC Home Theater Products


$52.25


The soundscience a/v cooler protects your home audio/video equipment by guarding the components of your home theater system against overheating. Simply place the a/v cooler on top of your hottest component and let its fans suck air up and away, keeping the device cool. Cools All Your Home Audio/Video Equipment. The soundscience a/v cooler is designed for home entertainment setups that involve mul…

Monster MP AV 750 Audio Video PowerCenter


Monster MP AV 750 Audio Video PowerCenter


$49.95


Keep All Your AV Equipment Safe with Advanced Dual Mode Plus™ Power Protection Common surges and spikes can easily damage or destroy your valuable AV electronics. Exclusive Dual Mode Plus automatically disconnects to isolate your equipment from surges and spikes. It also sounds an alarm to let you know that the PowerCenter™ has protected your electronics from dangerous power conditions. Surge…
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