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Old 08-05-2019, 12:11 PM   #681
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I ask for the Sony X800M2 on 220-Electronics

We are not sure exactly when it will be listed on our website, however the is now available and the cost is $449.00. If you would like to purchase please give us a call and you can order over the phone.

So, $150 more than the "normal" amazon price.
Would that price be for Multi-region for BD too? Only I'm looking to get this machine, but if it's not, and Multi would be considerable more, I'll stick to getting the X800.
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Old 08-06-2019, 12:22 PM   #682
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Is there a region free 4K UHD Blu-ray player that will play all A/B/C regular blu-rays automatically without having to change the code everytime?
Thanks in advance!!
Not that I'm aware of though I'm hoping that's a reality one day. I keep my S-6700 set to region B and use my 4K player for everything else.
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Old 08-06-2019, 07:14 PM   #683
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I got my multi region external mod kit from jvb digital and it works fine on my Oppo 205 player.
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Old 08-07-2019, 01:46 AM   #684
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I got my multi region external mod kit from jvb digital and it works fine on my Oppo 205 player.
Same with me, took it off my 103 and works fine on my 203. Just watched a region b movie last night.
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Old 08-07-2019, 05:01 AM   #685
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Same with me, took it off my 103 and works fine on my 203. Just watched a region b movie last night.
Great. I look forward to watching some more region 2 blurays that I have on order.
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Old 08-17-2019, 02:54 AM   #686
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What do you prefer, TWO players, or ONE player:

1. Sony BDP-S1700 (region free player, no 4K discs) $139
2. Sony Ubp-X800M2 (no region free, but plays 4K discs) $250
TOTAL = $390

or one of this two:

1. Sony UBP-X800 (region free and read 4k discs) $369
1. Sony UBP-X800M2 (region free and read 4k discs) $489

why two players or why just one?

all prices based on 220-electronics.com
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Old 08-18-2019, 02:07 PM   #687
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I own the Sony BDP S-1700 and a UBP X700. I own 2 because I have them set up in two different viewing areas and I also needed a region free blu-ray player. I’m 99% satisfied w/the S-1700. It has played all region B BD’s except one. It’s simple to use and sits atop my PS4. For under $150, I consider it a good investment. As for my Sony UBP X700 I’ve been fortunate and have had zero issues with it. No freezing issues, no loading issues, no stuttering. It’s been flawless. However, I have never had it connected to WiFi to stream though. I’ve always used my TV’s internal WiFi to handle all that. Lots of people report problems after using their player to stream.
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Old 08-20-2019, 03:29 AM   #688
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I own the Sony BDP S-1700 and a UBP X700. I own 2 because I have them set up in two different viewing areas and I also needed a region free blu-ray player. I’m 99% satisfied w/the S-1700. It has played all region B BD’s except one. It’s simple to use and sits atop my PS4. For under $150, I consider it a good investment. As for my Sony UBP X700 I’ve been fortunate and have had zero issues with it. No freezing issues, no loading issues, no stuttering. It’s been flawless. However, I have never had it connected to WiFi to stream though. I’ve always used my TV’s internal WiFi to handle all that. Lots of people report problems after using their player to stream.
Due you have a both: Sony BDP S-1700 and a UBP X700, my big question is:

The Picture Quality on both are the same? I mean if you play a region free disc on both units the video quality is the same???

You know I don't have a in mind this: "Oh! I have a region B disc, good I can played on my region free S-1700 but sadly will not as great if I could played on the UBP X700", you got my point, I don't want feel like I loose quality on my region B movies.
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Due you have a both: Sony BDP S-1700 and a UBP X700, my big question is:

The Picture Quality on both are the same? I mean if you play a region free disc on both units the video quality is the same???

You know I don't have a in mind this: "Oh! I have a region B disc, good I can played on my region free S-1700 but sadly will not as great if I could played on the UBP X700", you got my point, I don't want feel like I loose quality on my region B movies.
The S-1700 is 1080p and the other is UHD. I just watched Swamp Thing on the S-1700 at 1080p without upscaling. I will put it in the X700 to do a comparison and leave my thoughts for you. Although I do have to ask, are you going to be watching on a 4K TV and upscaling it? If so we could be seeing to very different results. I have the exact same TV in my two different viewing areas.
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The S-1700 is 1080p and the other is UHD. I just watched Swamp Thing on the S-1700 at 1080p without upscaling. I will put it in the X700 to do a comparison and leave my thoughts for you. Although I do have to ask, are you going to be watching on a 4K TV and upscaling it? If so we could be seeing to very different results. I have the exact same TV in my two different viewing areas.
thanks, I have just ONE tv, Sony 4K (I don't remember the model right now, is not one of the tops recent, I'll upgrade very soon to recent one) but yes, my goal is play everything in one 4K TV.
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After reading on a forum that the Sony BDP-S7200 has a 110v/240v compatible Power Supply I ordered one from the USA delivered to the UK so I can play US region A releases, used an adapter and plugged in it and received a puff of smoke! Clearly it wasn't 240v compatible. Any electronics experts advise whether the entire machine is toasted or just the internal power supply?
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After reading on a forum that the Sony BDP-S7200 has a 110v/240v compatible Power Supply I ordered one from the USA delivered to the UK so I can play US region A releases, used an adapter and plugged in it and received a puff of smoke! Clearly it wasn't 240v compatible. Any electronics experts advise whether the entire machine is toasted or just the internal power supply?
Fun(sad)fact:In some cases the rest of the player does seem to survive such a thing


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Is https://www.220-electronics.com/ the best place to buy a region free player? Or is there a better option?
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I bought mine from Bombay Electronics.
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I bought mine from Bombay Electronics.
These are the 2 names that regularly come up along with their Ebay fronts. Whichever has the best deal at the moment would be my opinion.

I used Bombay when there was a 15% off Ebay code. No problems. It was a slightly lower than with the 10% off 1st purchase on their website.
Overall I think more people have used 220 over the years and I don't remember any consistent issues with either
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Okay, I know I've asked in this thread before on recommendations for a region free Blu-ray player but that was before I decided on what I was looking for my home theater setup. Now that I have made my mind up, I’d like to ask what region free Blu-ray player would you recommend for up-scaling regular 1080p Blu-rays to 4K? I don’t intend to collect 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays again, so I don’t need recommendations on a region free 4K player. I plan on only collecting regular Blu-rays from now on but I’d like to watch them on a regular 4K LED TV (I need nothing fancy like an OLED or QLED panel for my movie watching). What would you all recommend? I’d also like it to connect to WiFi, but I feel most Blu-ray players have WiFi built-in nowadays.
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