Pioneer Region Mod

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Soupladel, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. Soupladel

    Soupladel Guest

    Can anyone tell me where I can download the region mod disc for the Pioneer

    I realise there are a number of sites such as dvdchips that are offer to
    sell you a copy of the idsc for approx £20, but was wondering if it is

    I was also wondering whether these discs remove macrovision, and/or the
    ability to back up so call "protected" discs?

    My intentions are to purchase a number of DVD boxsets on Region 1 as they
    are cheaper, mainly play them on my Pioneer DVR-420, but occasionaly play
    them on my panasonic RV-31 in the bedroom which I have been reliably
    informed cannot be made region free without the use of an engineers remote.


    Soupladel, Jan 12, 2005
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  2. Soupladel

    Vamp Guest

    think you will need a PDA or a laptop with a infared thingy on it and some
    free software to send the code to the player.
    you can find the info to put into the IR program online but it'll take a
    while, i done this to a friends pioneer 360.

    £20 is a rip off! you might as well ditch it for a newer player, can get a
    nice shiny new pioneer for £50 these days already multi region out the box!
    Vamp, Jan 12, 2005
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  3. Soupladel

    Burny® Guest

    Not a pioneer dvr420 he cant its a standalone dvd recorder with a 80
    gig hardrive ;-) Mine was multiregion outta the box though.
    Burny®, Jan 12, 2005
  4. Soupladel

    Vamp Guest

    damn learn something new every day :)

    didn't know it was a DVD recorder, i guess the R in the model name gives it
    away when i think bout it!
    buy the disc for £20 then burn copies and sell on ebay, i would :)
    Vamp, Jan 13, 2005
  5. Soupladel

    Soupladel Guest

    To be quite honest, I haven't even bothered trying a region 1 disc yet (i
    don't have any but I suppose I could make one up)

    Soupladel, Jan 13, 2005
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