Ireland is in Western Europe, and thus falls into DVD region 2.
You might be able to find only used or pirated copies in Ireland. The official DVD's are region locked for use in region one only. You would have to get a modded DVD player to play them.
I think region free players play any region dvd.
No, Ireland is a temperate region.
America belongs to DVD Region 1
Ireland is in Region 2 for DVDs, so Region 4 DVDs will not play in Ireland.
A one code DVD is region locked and cannot be played outside of whatever region it has been locked in. A multi region DVD is not region locked and can be used anywhere.
A Canadian DVD (region 1) should not work on a European DVD player (region 2). There are six DVD region codes. A DVD from region 1 (which is for the US and Canada) will not play in a player from region 2 (Europe, Japan, South Africa and the Middle East).
The DVD region code for Mexico is 4.
Multi-region DVD Players allow any DVD to be played on it regardless of the region number assigned to the DVD. Region Coding is displayed on the back of a DVD package as a globe logo with the number stamped in the center.
Bandslam is due to be released on DVD in Ireland on 7 December 2009.
Tasmania is in Australia, thus has the DVD Region 4.
Region free dvd player is legal.
DVD region 3 is Southeast and East Asia. DVD region 3 software will only work in equipment build for that area.
DVD region code is a to protect the DVD producer, so there are 6 regions in the world, and when you play DVDs, your player's region should be the same with your DVDs. But some palyer software can be region free DVD player software(Easy DVD Player)
Twilight comes out on DVD on April 6th
2, which is the main DVD region of Europe and the Middle East.
A region free dvd player.
That the DVD isn't linked to a region code, an should play in any DVD player no matter what region code the player is meant for.
Hello, dear if u can make sure the DVD is region free, it can be played in any DVD players.
Australia has a DVD region of 4. Note that DVD Region 4 is used in Australia, and South and Central America. (source: voltageplugregion.com ) and New Zealand :D
yes, because Englland belongs to DVD region 2
For DVD, the region 2 includes : Japan and the Europe .And the Spain is in Europe.
you can try to use the DVD X Player, it is the best DVD player on PC, it is able to reset any DVDs by unlock all DVD region code such as Region 1, Region 2, Region 3 and etc. DVD X Player is able to plays all regions' DVD on all DVD drives (except for the Matshita DVD-RAM series, Sony VAIO serials and Toshiba Satellite series) even you have changed the region code 5 times. have a try and hope it can help you.
Hello, dear, the region free DVD can be played on any DVD player including the us DVD player