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 Why do DVD's need to have region coding?

Answer The region coding is of no importance to the user. It has nothing to do with the type of electrical outlet being used, nor does it have anything to do with the lines of resolution. I've removed the... Read More »
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Can Someone in Region 1 buy a DVD player that plays Region 2 DVDs?

Most DVD players have a code to make them "Region Free" (able to play any region). Go to this site:http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacksLook for your model of dvd player and follow the instructions.War... Read More »
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Can Japanese region 2 DVDs play on American region 1 DVD players?

No, they are two different regional format. Unless you have an all Region DVD Player which is not available anywhere. Your computer might be able to play these Japanese DVDs but you have to change ... Read More »
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Can you play region free dvds on region 2 DVD players?

Hello, dear if u can make sure the DVD is region free, it can be played in any DVD players.
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Can most laptops/PCs with DVD drive play multi-region DVDs or are they usually region locked like DVD players?

Most of them can play all DVDs through Windows Media Player (as long as you have downloaded all of the Codexes from the Microsoft Website), Dell's default Media Experience setting is for one region... Read More »
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