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Ever been to a developing country and
come across a bustling marketplace bazaar? If so, chances are
you�ve seen various consumer products and electronics, including
DVDs. What�s not surprising is that many of such DVDs are
counterfeit and thus are priced insanely cheap. However, the
high quality DVDs straight from the manufacturers that will
definitely play in a DVD player are often just as cheap. Why?
Because distributors realize existing factors in
socioeconomically diverse regions such as pirated DVDs will no
doubt affect competition, sales, and subsequently the bottom
line: profits to the company. Therefore, DVD manufacturers
price DVDs differently in different regions of the world.
The impact of this price structure is
that you can buy unbelievably cheap DVDs from other regions
straight from the manufacturers, the same DVDs you buy now but
at several times greater cost. Unfortunately, you can�t slash
your entertainment budget to zero just yet. Since manufacturers
realize the lucrative potential of DVD distribution across
regions (there are six in the world, with the most affluent
nations in regions one and going from there up), they have
equipped DVD players to work with only DVDs labeled for sale in
that particular region.
That means that even if you have a garage
full of dirt cheap, hot DVDs, you won�t be able to play them on
your DVD player. However, engineers that developed any
particular DVD player will most definitely include a back door
that will disable (unlock) the inability to play DVDs from
different regions. They�ve included an unlock feature so they
can shift DVD players from an area of surplus to one of
scarcity. In addition, many times they need to test various
features of the DVD player that requires the ability to play all
sorts of DVDs.
Now that you know about DVD unlock
regions and the basis behind it, let�s explore exactly how DVD
unlock works. A software, not hardware, mechanism, usually
locks a DVD player. In turn, DVD unlock disables this feature
by toggling the switch off. So instead of complicated hardware
rewiring, all you need to do is trigger that toggle, usually by
a series of button pushes on the remote. Thus, DVD unlock is
much like video game cheat moves. All you need to know is the
code for the DVD unlock and bam, you�re in the wonderful world
of almost free and unlimited DVDs.
When you buy a DVD unlock program, you
will usually download it instantly to your desktop. Then all
you need to do is install the DVD unlock program and open it.
The DVD unlock program consists of a huge database that will
almost for sure have the DVD unlock code for your particular DVD
player. Once you have found your DVD unlock code through the
database, just follow the directions as to how to translate that
on your DVD remote. Within minutes you will be enjoying the
delights of almost free DVDs.