My DVD player has died

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Postby Big Magilla » Fri Oct 17, 2008 7:48 pm

Blu-ray players will play regular DVDs, but they aren't really cheap.

Best bet aside from Blue-ray is a region free player.

You can get a region free Toshiba for $89 or a Pioneeer (which is what I have) for $125 delivered in a couple of days from these guys:

http://www.regioncodefreedvd.com/dvdorig.html
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Postby Penelope » Fri Oct 17, 2008 6:35 pm

Was going to show my mother Atonement, but the disc wouldn't feed into the player. Tried turning it off and on several times. Even tried using a different disc (Butterfield 8). Doesn't work.

So perhaps I should invest in a new player, and am thinking I should get a Blu-Ray player. I need guidance. I want something cheap, but I still want to watch regular DVDs. Is this possible?
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