cfitz wrote:You can download a set of manuals (including a number of languages) from that site as well:
http://www.liteonit.com.tw/liteweb/imag ... 2001-8.zip
Ian wrote:According to Lite-On, the LVD-2001 will have a suggested retail price of about $199.
Ian wrote:Boone will be happy about that. I don't think he got an english manual with the player.
Boone wrote:Region Protection - I didn't not explore that due to the fact that DVD Region encoding is the law.
It was nice to see both an Optical and Coaxial Digital Audio Out be provided for legacy situations in spite of the fact that the entire world has gone optical.
hoxlund wrote:im new to the whole progressive scan, 3:4 pull down
what does that pull down thing mean?
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cfitz wrote:Boone wrote:Region Protection - I didn't not explore that due to the fact that DVD Region encoding is the law.
Thanks. However, and please correct me if I am wrong, I don't believe that it is the law. As far as I know, the "requirement" for region protection is simply part of the licensing agreement between DVD CCA and the manufacturers of DVD players. It does not bind the end consumer, and has no force in law with regard to the end consumer. In fact, there have been arguments made that RPC violates global free trade law, so that what may actually be illegal is RPC itself. I think New Zealand is one country that has pushed this argument. Breaking CSS may be another matter due to the obscene Digital Millenium Copyright Act, but as far as I know it is perfectly legal for consumers to bypass RPC.
Still, I understand the burdens imposed on you as an official affiliate of this site, so if discussing this would cause problems with CDRLabs' relations with LiteOn, then maybe it is best to leave this question to digi and dhc014 when the player actually ships.
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