Media players or bluray players model without cinavia protection

Discussion in 'CD/DVD/BD Drives' started by fits79, Jul 18, 2014.

  1. djicyice

    djicyice New Member

    Panasonic DMP-BDT100

    Does this player work with new bought 3D blu-ray movies? I found one but afraid it's too old?
     
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    why wouldn't it, the 3D standards are the same for new movies as for old ones.
     
  3. moonlanding1

    moonlanding1 Member

    there is a brand of bluray player that is a non cinavia player. the brand is "Seiki". amazon.com has them for i think115 bucks usd. in canada they sell at all canadian tire stores for 109.99 plus gst. work like the tinkers damn. and a BIG plus is right out of the box they are region AND zone free. plays any disc on the planet. the newest model is 4K but not 3D but its cinavia free etc. i hope this helps.


    https://www.amazon.com/Seiki-SR4KP1...d=1483053149&sr=8-1&keywords=seiki+4k+blu+ray
     
  4. antipodes

    antipodes Well-Known Member

    Moonlanding1 I have read most of the reviews about this product, using the link provided, none of which mentioned that the product was cinavia free but all the reviews extolled the fact that it was region and zone free. Did you establish that the product was cinavia free from your own experience? The other question I have is the unit powered via a usb cable? Thanking you in advance.
     
  5. moonlanding1

    moonlanding1 Member

    hello.
    i actually have that very player and i have tested it. i made a backup copy just using nero and no problems yet. i babysit my grandchildren a lot and i bring a couple backup copies for us to watch there and no sweat either. no sound cut and annoying sign or anything. i have that model in the link. a bunch of years ago walmart put out a seiki model called a bd-660 and it also plays flawlessly. my entire family have seiki players and i can bring my disc and watch it anywhere. i hope that helps.
     
  6. moonlanding1

    moonlanding1 Member


    sorry i missed a question. it is powered by a/c its a stand alone player.
     
  7. antipodes

    antipodes Well-Known Member

    Moonlanding1 thanks very much for your clarification. Unfortunately because of voltage differences I doubt if I will be able to use one but I am sure it will be a boon for 110V RedFox users.
     
  8. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    nonsense, just get a powerplug with a voltage adapter
     
  9. antipodes

    antipodes Well-Known Member

    Generally we are discouraged from using voltage adaptors but that advice gets trotted out when talking about things like blenders and other 1000 watt devices. I don't think Blu-ray players fall into that category so I will give your advice a shot. Thanks Ch3vr0n.
     
  10. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    i'm not saying you should replace the default one that came with it. Maybe i didn't come across. I think there's powerplugs with a built in adapter where you insert the factory plug into. I'd talk to your local electronics store or major retailer.
     
  11. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    I believe the Seiki player has a universal power supply.
     
  12. antipodes

    antipodes Well-Known Member

    Ch3vr0n and James advice noted; thanks. I also use this opportunity to thank the staff and volunteers who do so much to keep the RedFox ship afloat with their unrelenting desire to help. Happy and successful New Year to all the RedFox family .
     
  13. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    B&H Photo has them on sale for USD 99. AFAIK they ship worldwide. The unit is not region free "out of the box", you need to enter the code 8520 on the remote while on the setup screen to enter the service menu. Here you can choose the DVD/BD region.
    It has a universal power supply 110-240V.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2017
  14. Tfrost

    Tfrost New Member

    Can you play video from usb on this player?
    Thanks