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Question about the Philips DVP642...?

Old 06-26-07, 03:26 AM
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Question about the Philips DVP642...?

i know a lot about this player and while i recognize its limitations, i love its versatility in playing multiformats such as Xvids, AVI's and the like. i know about the region free hack and i was curious...i have a friend moving to Germany and she needs a player that will play R1 DVDs she already owns, in addition to the ones that will be available over in Berlin. is this player going to work for her over there with an A/C converter? any helpful hints would be appreciated, thank you.
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Why would a power source have any effect on it's playback ability?
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Might be a good idea to check the manual (or spec sheets online) of this player. It could well be multi-voltage "out of the box" and all she may end up needing is a power plug adapter rather than voltage regulators, etc.
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Originally Posted by mythmaker18
Might be a good idea to check the manual (or spec sheets online) of this player. It could well be multi-voltage "out of the box" and all she may end up needing is a power plug adapter rather than voltage regulators, etc.
thanks for the info. that's exactly the kind of answer i was looking for, appreciate it.

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