— In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bill"
> There is little point in buying VHS tapes unless you don't have a
> Series 3 is available on DVDs which are far more robust and do not
wear out through repeated use.
> BUT…. USA is region 1, UK and Europe (Australia as well I think)
and some other parts of the world are region 2. As sold a player will
probably only play the region you are in (USA in your case). As far as
the region compatibility is concerned many players can be made to play
back discs from any region. This is called region hacking and is not
as fearsome as it sounds. Check the list of players and the
instructions here to make your player region free enter the model an
hit the search button:
> http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks If you have a player listed there
you are ok. If not I'd suggest buying a cheap player, I don't know
about the USA but in the UK DVD players are for sale at less than £20
which I'd guess is about $30 and can be made region free.
> The USA uses a TV system called NTSC, in the UK Europe and much of
the rest of the world the PAL system is used. The good news is that as
far as I am aware all DVD players will correctly play either system so
there should be no problem with that.
> —– Original Message —–
> From: linda huthmaker
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 4:52 PM
> Subject: Re: [shiponedingroup] Digest Number 253
> I am trying to obtain Series 3 of ONEDIN LINE< all I think I can
get is a VHS from the UK. I don't think that would work, would it?
But, I guess a DVD would be OK, in the US, or elsewhere. Please give
me the possible address of any concern who can sell a Series 3 DVD.
> Many thanks,
> Linda Huthmaker