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Topic # 65269 1-Aug-2010 14:50
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Hey guys
Im looking at getting one of the following BLuray home theatres:

lg hb905sa


Panasonic SC-BT230GN-K
http://www.bondandbond.co.nz/tv-home-theatre/home-theatre/system/panasonic-panasonic-sc-bt230gn-k-bluray-home-theatre-system/prod103127.html

Is anyone aware of any region free hacks/codes to make them regionfree for DVDs?
Google in this occassion is not being my frind. lol
cheers

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  Reply # 361046 1-Aug-2010 15:12
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Can be done free of charge at Next Electronics or any authorised panasonic repairer as long as it is new or still under warranty. I have my DVD-HDD recorder done, dropped off in the morning picked it up that after noon

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  Reply # 361069 1-Aug-2010 16:12
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The strange thing is.. they are sold Region unlocked but you can take them to the authorised repairer and have them hacked. I would have thought that de-regioning them would be illegal in NZ Law?


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 361753 2-Aug-2010 17:31
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Email to panasonic resulted in them advising to take it to a authorised repairer and they would do it free of charge (as mentioned in a post above).

No response from LG so have purchased the panasonic unit instead.

Thanks for the assist chaps.

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