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  # 1208528 5-Jan-2015 13:39
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Hi All

Thanks all for your replies with leads to different options

I think in my price range at the moment will be either the Laser (if I can find one in NZ) or the Veon if that still has region change capabilities

Thanks again for your information and discussion.



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  # 1213469 14-Jan-2015 01:03
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The Veon at the warehouse is now only $79:

Can anyone confirm that this model is definitely region switchable for Blu-ray?


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  # 1215030 14-Jan-2015 18:54
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Personally, I wouldn't bother with looking for a region free Blue-Ray, since the regions are much better organised than they were with DVD.  I'd probably get a good player and leave it at the default region B (basically half the planet), and then get a cheap one and set it to region A.

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  # 1215036 14-Jan-2015 19:04
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  # 1281115 11-Apr-2015 15:35
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Well MightyApe just launched a new region free Bluray player, 3D as well.

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  # 1281117 11-Apr-2015 15:38
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Finch: Well MightyApe just launched a new region free Bluray player, 3D as well.

All those logos on it. Its like a teenagers car!


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  # 1281147 11-Apr-2015 16:27
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Not sure about "launched" as it says it was released in July 2014, and that player has been around for quite some time. And it used to be cheaper too.

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