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Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Consider supporting us by disable your adblocker or Try Convert Xto DVD and convert all your movies to DVD. :)Sony DVP NS92V Region Free Hack ________________________________________ I found this on the net and tried it last night on my Region 2 model. That dynamic blue screen, which comes on automatically via a vibration sensor (yes, it can be turned off, but who'd want to?! Its brightness is settable so it doesn't disrupt the darkness in your home theater.The buttons are well placed and clearly labeled and the remote fits perfectly in your hand.I've been looking at the 885 but now they've released the Harmony One in the US, Europe and Australia so it'll be here soon. There are plenty of other models available in the US & Europe as well but all spec'd below the One. Buying the One from HK or Aus would make it a bit cheaper but warranty might be in question.Does anyone have one and if you had to buy one now, which one would you get ?
And because it doesn't control my XBox or my PC, then it doesn't have a "Play games" or "Look at Internet Porn on the big screen" macros either. And would only send a -lette to school for less than a week. I've seen it online for that much ( OS-13-71-12b ... p=2147481#post2147481 I cracked the region-code of my Sony DVP-NS92V with a Kameleon One for all URC-8206 remote. Sony DVP-NS92V region crack with a Kameleon URC-8040 remote (it really works with all the Kameleon's wich have a Magic key). Press magic (only tap it, do not hold the key down). I did spend a while configuring it all and getting it working just right. Harmony One looks like a cosmetic upgrade to 885 only. Agree with both Jedi (Logitech 885 is great) and Morro (Kameleon All-in-one is crap)The Logitech All-in-one needs some tweaking and setting up of things, but when it's done it works very well. Only thing it doesn't control is my XBox360, which is not via infrared (Logitech do have one that does control the XBox360 though) In the end, if you want to watch TV, you press one button, and everything turns on and most the times to the right channel/input.But now that it's done, it's made my life so much easier. If you then want to watch a DVD, same again, one button gets you there.