DVD Player Hacks Updated Add 81 user region code comments May 15, 2017 Hi Credit for this hack goes to RABSP, although I've modified it slightly. It's basically the same method used for the Samsung BD-1500. I used it on my brand new Samsung BD-1600 today and it worked on the first try using the code below. My unit is a Region 2 (UK) machine.
I found no code for the Samsung BD-P1400 in the internet.I only want to play the DVD's I don't have any Blu-rays. I tried all the codes that I found. Perhaps you can help.
1) Press the POWER button on the remote to turn on the machine (no disc in the tray). 2) Wait till the player has booted up and the Samsung logo screen is displayed. 3) Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote twice, to open then close the disc tray. 4) As soon as you see 'No-Disc' displayed in the top left corner, press the REPEAT button followed by the 5 digit code for your current region as listed below. (Mine was 57538 for region 2) Don't press the REPEAT button for too long, just smoothly press REPEAT 5 7 5 3 8.
If it doesn't work straight away, keep trying, mine worked on the first go. 5) If you're successful, your current region code will be displayed in the top left corner of the screen. 6) Press '9' to make your player region free. 7) Turn the player off, then on again and test with a different region disc, or if you don't have one to test with, just repeat the hack and instead of your old region code appearing in the top left corner of your screen, you should see '9' if you've been successful.
The hack can be repeated to turn your machine back to it's original settings or to a particular region if the disc is sensative to region free machines. Region Codes R1 - 29334 R2 - 57538 R3 - 56732 R4 - 76884 R5 - 53814 R6 - 24462 I can not get this to work. I have tried many times.
Can you clarify whether you press open/close in quick succession or do you press open and wait for it to open, then press close. Also if you press REPEAT 5 7 5 3 8 when the 'no disc' message is displayed it does not display the '2'. When do you type this? Immediately when 'no disc' appears? I can confirm that this hack does NOT work, at least for current region 1 BDP1600 players. When I press repeat after waiting for 'No Disc' to appear, I get the crossed out icon which means that the command is not valid.
Typing in the region code does nothing. This is on a brand new BDP1600 with the latest firmware. Nope, doesn't work with a brand new BD-P1600 that I got here in Canada (should be region 1). Tried different ways to apply it but does not work. AUGUST 24, Today I bought the Samgung BD-P1600 Bluray Dvd Player from one of the many Media Markt's in Istanbul.
It was a Region 2, I did exactly as SCOTTIEUK mentioned below and it worked on the second trial. I can confirm Samsung BD-P1600 can be 'Region Free' I found it`s possible to install a firmware from another country. With this, it's possible to see DVDs ou BDs from another region, AND take advantges from other features published only on another country firmware, for example: in Brazil don't have Netflix and Pandora networks, so Samsung let them see AVI/DiVX files from USB or DVDs. To install a firmware from another country: - download/unzip the firmware - using a Hex Editor edit the RUF file - locate the 3 letters code that identify the country of this firmware, it's like XAA (for US) - change to the your-model's country (see at BD-P1600 system information) - Follow the rest of normal procedure Good movies!!
I just bought this player from Dubai and the salesperson told me that they were selling only multi-region players, for both DVD and BD. So far tested the unit only for DVD's and it can play back R1 and R2. Don't know the other regions. I can't wait to test the BD A region.
Once I test it I let you know. The hack with an another Firmware (Brasil) works perfectly, before i have a A/1 region player, buy in canada and the hack with the remote control doesnt work, but now it works and i have a A/9 region free player.
But i have a Question for 'fmcardoso' when i put a Region 2 PAL Dvd i have a message 'problem with tv system' do you known why? Thanks Hallo jimmybaby, Can you elaborate how did you do this? Sure, i download the latest firmawre on the brasil samsung website: and i do what fmcardoso say. download/unzip the firmware - using a Hex Editor edit the RUF file - locate the 3 letters code that identify the country of this firmware, (XAA for US)(XAC for Canada)etc. change to the your-model's country (see at BD-P1600 system information) - Follow the rest of normal procedure after that the remote control hack works perfectly;) Actually I am trying to do same thing But my player is BDP-1400 US version locked to Region A & 1 for blu ray and DVD respectively. It is only NTSC and does not accept PAL discs even though they are region free. 1.) My current flash of player is XAA being from US - I understood it is OK.
2.) I downloaded update flash version from Brazil which is XAX from Brazil. I have also downloaded the original US version file - XAA version both latest and having file extension RUF. 3.) I used 010 Editor to hex edit this downloaded XAX Brazil RUF update file. 4.) I searched for the letters XAX in the editor and changed all to XAA. 5.) Just outof curiousity I also opened original XAA update RUF for comparison to this XAX RUF file. 6.) Other than XAX or XAA there are so many differences which we will never understand.
7.) XAX RUF file ( Brazil update) after changing to XAA in hex editior as referred above, I saved as XAA RUF file. 8.) Followed normal CD burning procedure and then putting the same to player for upgrade. 9.) The player reads it but after a lot of time says that there is error in update data. Please try again later.
) I tried with the Singapore version which is XSS RUF file changing to XAA and doing the same procedure. But here also it gives the same error while putting this firmware. ) Logically if BD-P1600 can be upgraded why not BD-P1400? ) You can go to the Samsung BD-P1400 DVD hack section where a year also I have mentioned that by this method you can make it region free at least for DVD playback. ) Jimmyboy, your PAL error is due to the NTSC version for both Brazil, Canada & US where the products are sold only for NTSC and no PAL support. I will advise you to follow the same procedure with Singapore RUF file and check if it works for you. I think it should work.
After upgraqding the firmware however you should apply Region hack again with respect to Singapore DVD region and it will then be region free for DVD playback and should play PAL and NTSC discs. ) Please guide me here if I am doing something wrong and also post your results with Singapore RUF file patched for your model. All the best Worked fine i have Samsung BD-P1590 region 1 i did what you said and wow divx works and unlocked all regions. Trying to make region free, but does NOT work for FW version 2.02!
Why do some report it works and some report it doesn't? Are people lying? Has Samsung done something to prevent the hack from working? A region 1 BD-P1600 bought in the US or Canada CANNOT be hacked using the remote control code, at least not without a firmware update.
Here's what I did: I downloaded the USB firmware update from the Singapore Samsung web site (and unzipped the file. I then downloaded a hex editor and used that to open the.RUF file. Within the first few lines of ASCII code are the letters 'XSS.' These need to be changed to 'XAA' in order to trick the region 1 dvd player to load the firmware.
I then saved the.RUF file to a USB device and loaded the USB driver into the player using the slot on the front panel. I followed the instructions and it worked perfectly. I THEN employed the remote control code - press open/close, wait for the 'NO DISC' message and press REPEAT, 5, 6, 7, 3, 2 in succession. Once the region code is displayed, press '9.'
That's all there is to it, and I promise it works. I can play both NTSC and PAL DVDs, and my Blu-Ray discs seem to work as well. One thing that annoys me, however, is that I have lost the ability to play Netflix movies and Pandora music. The Netflix intergration was one of the reasons I bought the unit in the first place. Does anybody know how to get Netflix back, or is it completely hopeless unless I reload the U.S.
Thank you guys:-D Having trouble updating the US firmware (XAA) to modified brazilian firmware (XAX) allowing divx playback on BD P1600. There are 2 ascii values - XAX and xax, which to modify? I modified XAX and followed the directions to update, but it keeps saying - there is error in update data. Please try again later. Anyone who was successful please upload and post a link to the modified firmware. Thanks and ur effort is appreciated. I tried with USA XAA and Singapore XSS, changed it in the firmware to XEU for my UK machine via Hex Editor and both times it says update data is corrupted?
Do you need to change the firmware filename? I tried renaming it to XEU, XSS and XAA get same results. I have a Samsung Bd-p1600 bought at Best buy this week, i updated it to newest version, this hack doesn't work for me at all,i wanted to see Region 2 Movie from France, and it display ' the disc cannot be played. Please cehck the tv system.' Any idea how it can be region free, feel free to let me know:-) thanks Thanks psturges1971 is works 100%, but what about making the blue ray region free, can any body help? I can confirm that the remote control hack for the BD- P1600/BD-P1590 also works with the new firmware update ver.2.04.
This was actually done with a BD-P1590, purchased in Canada. I'm not sure if it's necessary, but I first uploaded the firmware from the Samsung Brazil website (to enable divx compatibility, both versions for BD-P1600 & PBD- 1600A have identical filenames, but I used the latter). And following advice from dasblinkenlight, the firmware update first required me to change the XAX region code to XAC in the.RUF file on the first installation (to trick the player), but I had to change it back to XAX to get past the error message for the second firmware installation (you have to do it twice, per instructions from Samsung). At this stage, DIVX files were readable from the usb port (yay!) but my region 1 DVD's stopped working (oops).
To remedy that, I attempted the remote control region code hack, which consisted of turning on the player without a disk, quickly opening and closing the tray with the remote after it boots to the Samsung screen and the instant that 'no disk' is displayed, pressing repeat,7,6,8,8,4 for a little less than 1 second per button (ignore the big red circled line in the corner). The region code '4' was displayed in the corner, pressing '9' made it region-free, and after that I powered off the system. This took about 25 attempts and it seems that timing is the critical factor. The only downside is that my particular unit now buzzes some when I stop a disk or divx file, so you may have to get in the habit of pressing mute after stop.
I'm very happy that the player now has reasonable functionality, as the Canadian market has the worst player of anyone because we do not have rights to Netflix/Pandora streaming and are not offered DIVx compatibility. Happy hacking! It worked fine on mine BD-4600 as well.But as one said earlier, how to get the Bluray regionfree?
I dont care about DVDs anymore. Hi, anantjoshi.
Did you manage to get throght the message 'There is error in update data. Please try again later.' When updating the firmware? Anyone could solve this? Thanks Hi yugonomura. I did not have any success with this. I am trying the best I could.
So nothing works on this shit. For anantjoshi: Download the upgrade from Samsung Brazil, Hex edit the ruf file and change XAX to you current machine system info (see at BD-P1600 system information) In your system it will give your current firmware info + the XXX extenstion.
Ok, so I went out and bought a BDP1600 from Best Buy today in the US, then I downloaded the Brazil firmware. That seemed to go just fine. However, when I went to apply the remote hack, it simply will not work.
Now when I try to upgrade with the Singapore or Brazil (again), it gives me that message everyone else seems to get. 'There is error in update data. Please try again later.'
I have to say that one thing I found strange was in the directions for upgrading the firmware, when you get to number 7, Samsung says. If this is the first time this player is upgrade by CD or USB flash drive, proceed to Step 8. Otherwise, upgrade is COMPLETE. THE STEP BELOW IS NECESSARY ONLY FOR THE FIRST FIRMWARE UPGRADE. Turn on the Power.
Select Menu LANGUAGE. Repeat from Step 1 to Step 6. The Current Version and New Version Please in Step 4 may be identical. Please select Yes to complete Firmware upgrade.' I'm not sure what number 9 is referring to. Does anyone else? I do not have a button on the remote for menu LANGUAGE, and when i hit the menu button, language is not an option.
Language is an option down deep in the menus, but surely they don't mean that. I did go there and look over the languages, but nothing seemed amiss. I actually couldn't complete these instructions, because when I went back and tried to repeat steps 1-6, I get the above error message. Does anyone who's been successful know what 'menu LANGUAGE' means?
Maybe this is what is holding us who are getting the error message back. AND IF YOU MESS UP SOMETHING HERE IS HOW TO RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS Just unplug the BP-D1600 and then plug it on with NO CD in.
Then open the front panle and with your hand press the FF button for about 5-6 secs until you see a LANGUAGE Screen, just choose your language and the BP-D1600 is factory reset. I was REGION FREE than after this I was REGION 2 again. If you get this UPDATE ERROR PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER message You should do the following: Goto your BD-P1600 system screen and find out the system info.
There you will see some info. Look at the 3 last letters on the firmware on your samsung. It could be: XAX, XAA, XEF, MEA, etc, note this 3 letters. These 3 letters shows you what firmware you have already installed on your device.
This also shows your country code as it was mentioned above by others. So if you bought a BluRay player from USA, don't try to upload the UK web site firmware because it wont work and you will get this error message. It took me to 3-4 hours trying to figure out why it won't load. I bought my BluRay from Istanbul and I was trying to load firmware from USA and UK web sites which gave me this error, then I looked at my software and my 3 digit letters were MEA, so I searched around the web until I get the firmware in MEA format extension is RUF but the file name is MEA, then it worked like a charm BluRay Region free?????????????????????????????????? It's worth noting here an issue to beware of when flashing with firmwares from another country - if your tv does not support PAL (if you bought it in the US it probably does not), DO NOT flash your player with a firmware from a PAL country (such as Singapore) - it will switch the output to PAL and you won't be able to see it, even the menu.
I was able to get around this by putting in a bluray disk, which switched the output to 'film' mode (24hz), which modern TVs can display, and then ejecting the disk. The menu for the BD-P1600 remained in film mode, and thus viewable, and from there you can flash it back to an NTSC firmware. I can confirm that the remote control coding (REPEAT 57538)works (after many trials (for me, more than 20). It shows the code on the left corner. For me, the first time it already shows number 9, besides I´ve bought a BD-P1600 in Dubai (region B).
I tried putting other codes, like 1 for region A, but, unfortunatly, it seems it didn´t work. I tried to play a Region A Blu-ray movie and it didn´t work. Otherwise, it seems working for DVD disc. I tried a region 4 DVD and it plays normally. So, I would like to know if someone else could unlock the player for Region A blue-ray disc, or free region. I want to share with you that I could change the region code for Blu-ray disc.
I have a BD-P1600 bought in Dubai (region B). As I live in Brazil, I couldn´t play region A Blu-ray discs, that I find here. So, I used the sugested remote control hack and it worked for DVD, but not for Blu-ray. So, I changed the firmware, downloading the brazilian version. I had to use the hex editor and changed the XAX code for MEA code (just the first XAX I found in RUF file) and it seems working. I´m now playing a region A BR disc and it seems OK.
Ah, and with a kind of bonus, the brazilian firmware adds for me an option to directly play youtube videos, that I hadn´t in my original firmware version. Thank you guys for the tips. You helped me a lot. Can confirm the hack (at the top of this thread)worked when selected Region 3 only, and Region 9(region free). Works 100% on Samsung BD-P1600 purchased in the UK November 2009. I just brought a bd-p1590 in US, but I still can't make it work without losing netflix/pandora/blockbuster. If anyone finds out how to do it please post it.
Will appreciate it. For anyone having trouble with this, I noticed two things when I did it. When you hex edit the.ruf file, only change the first instance of XAX (for Brazil) to XAA (for US). If you change any others you will get the update error message. Also, once you have applied the new firmware and are doing the remote control hack, be aware that the player is now region 4, so you have to use the region 4 code. Once I did those two things it worked perfectly. But you lost netflix/blockbuster/pandora.
Thanks for your BD-P1600 hack at the top of this forum, scottieuk. I can confirm that this does work (New Zealand with no firmware updates). It took me about ten attempts. You just have to be quick with the key presses, keep trying and don't yell at the player! I'm now watching all DVDs that were previously locked out. I tried installing the brazilian firmware on an US BD-P1600 player and simply was not able to. I used several different hex editors to change the first 'XAX' to 'XAA' and I put the.RUF file in a flash drive, but every time I try to update the firmware I get an error saying 'Error is detected in the update data.
Please try it again.' I even tried using both usb ports. I tried changing the.RUF filename so that it had 'XAA' instead of 'XAS', but that didn't work either. I even downgraded to 2.04 XAA and THEN tried to upgrade to 2.05 XAX with no luck. I am starting to think it has something to do with my 'Loader' version. Perhaps it detects that the firmware has been tampered with and it simply doesn't let you flash your blu ray player with it. My Loader version is: 'LDv1.12090924'.
Could you guys please tell me what loader you have and if you have been able to succesfully install a firmware from a different region? Also, if someone who has been successful in installing the Brazilian firmware could write a very detailed step by step mini tut on how to do it (without any ambiguity) that would be great. Hi All, I just bought a Samsung BD1580 here in Italy, region 2, the firmware is version 2.05 and country code XEF, and tried to apply the region changes described above. With the remote control procedure nothing happened. Tried and re-tried endless times and the only sign saw was the 'red circle' of impossible operation when I pressed the 'repeat' button.
I eve tried with both repeat buttons on the remote, the regular one and the 'repeat a-b' that sits beside the regular one. I then tried to update the firmware.
Downloaded the Brazil version for BD1600 (couldn't fidn a specific for the 1580), opened with a Hex editor and changed only the first XXX found to XEF. Didn't rename the file and tried to update. Renamed to XEF and tried again, error. Does anyone knows what could be wrong? Could they have changed the hack procedure in version 2.05?
Thanks I just bought a brazilian BD-P1600 player with 2.05 firmware and I was able to use the hack to open the DVD player to all regions. It took me several tries in order to make it work (at least 10 times). One thing I notice is that when I pressed the REPEAT button and it showed the stop sign it never worked. The time that worked I pressed the REPEAT button and soon after I started pressing the code (76884). It showed the '4' in the upper left corner and then I pressed 9 for all regions.
Now it is playing Region 1 discs. I am in problem. I read all the above replies and download brazil XAX firmware and edited the RUF file of XAX to replace XAX to XAA. I have not changed the file name. Used my USA flash drive to load the firmware into the player. It successfully updated and got power off automatically as per samsung guide instructions.
But, I have not tried selecting the language as per the instructions in STep 9 which asked to repeast the same process. Here comes the problem, I tried couple of times REPEAST-5-7-5-3-8. BUT, IT DID NOT WORK. I played a dvd of USA and played well. Again, i tried to update the firware inserting the USB drive.but I was ended up getting ' Eroor is detected in update data.please try again'. Since then I could not do anything.i have been trying with REPEAT,57538.no use. But, It hacked for AVI files(it was not playing before firmware update) which I have in DVDs.
But, not playing Indian format Video CDs which would be PAL. ANY help to reset to USA settings will be greatly appreciated.or atleast to hack. Thanks a lot u guys. The region hack code worked on my SAMSUNG-BD-P1600 bought from Bestbuy.ca online couple days ago. The unit came with an old version of firmware, then I uploaded the Brazil 2.05 (i think). I did the firmware refresh twice though as per instruction.
The tricky part is, for the 2nd refresh, you have to use the original Brazil firmware without modifying the XAX. Then I found the player is A/4, which can no longer play US/Canada DVD.
Then at the first trial to hack with remote control I succeeded. I can play Canada DVD now and some AVI files etc. I am still having problem with PAL DVD, I will be trying the Singapore firmware now.
Okay, I am able to play both PAL and NTSC now after I applied the Singapore firmware. The Brazil one only allow NTSC. Same approach except the Singapore firmware is A/3 so you have to use the region 3 code to hack.
The firmware is 2.05. Worked, after several times of trying, worked when samsung logo was inmediatedly shown,need to do it quickly and no delays on pressing the keys. Tryed some region 1 discs and its nice.
Mexican and Brazilian firmware are almost the same, (region 4 for latin america/including brazil) so, according to Samsung, my current version is 1.03 and read +R /+RW discs, but have no youtube/.mkv reading features. Version 2.05 (mexico/brazil) have.mkv/youtube features (no pandora/netflix) but is not able to read +R /+RW discs, such a lack is not a good new for me, it has no sense, can anyone confirm this? On 2.05 version?
It's worth noting here an issue to beware of when flashing with firmwares from another country - if your tv does not support PAL (if you bought it in the US it probably does not), DO NOT flash your player with a firmware from a PAL country (such as Singapore) - it will switch the output to PAL and you won't be able to see it, even the menu. I was able to get around this by putting in a bluray disk, which switched the output to 'film' mode (24hz), which modern TVs can display, and then ejecting the disk. The menu for the BD-P1600 remained in film mode, and thus viewable, and from there you can flash it back to an NTSC firmware.
THIS IS VERY TRUE!! I went from the canadian to the brazil for a few months. Just flashed to the singapor firmware and i got no display on my plasama. Going back to brazil now! Sucks because i have some Pal dvd's! I have carefully read all of these instructions and researched the Blu-ray players on this site before making my purchase. Yesterday I went to Sam's Club in across the border in New York State and bought a Samsung BD-P1600 for $148.99 plus tax.
Canada customs got their share on the way back! Anyway, what the last poster wrote about applying the firmware from a PAL country is true! The North American TVs won't even display the menu of the Blu-Ray player!
It was a nightmare trying to get this back. Too bad I read that after I did the Singapore firmware update. As everyone else says, the player with the US firmware will not accept the hack using the remote control. The Brazilian firmware update does work and then you can use the remote control hack and it will make your player whatever region you want.
I changed it to 9. When I go to System Information (from the setup menu) it still shows DVD region 4/Blu-Ray region A. Is this normal?
Or should it now say 9? I tried the hack again and instead of Brazil's region 4 it now shows 9 in the upper left-hand corner after the hack code is accepted. The only thing is that I tried to play about 6 or 7 of the DVDs I purchased in Europe when I lived there and none of them can be played! Is this normal? Is it because they are PAL? I had also purchased last year a PHILIPS DVD-player at Costco for about $40 found the hack, it worked the first time and since then I have used that to play all of my non region 1 DVDs.
So, what's the story with this hack? What shall I expect it to play? Thanks for any suggestions.
I have just hacked a canadian version of the bd-p1600 so for those saying it is not possible, maybe you do something wrong. For the region free hack i found it is not necessary to power cycle the unit before opening closing the tray for it to work. The important thing is to use the region code of the firmware version you installed.
So just to be clear and save some time to peoples, if you flash your bp-p1600 with the brazilian firmware for activating video on usb then you need to use the brazilian region code(76884) in the procedure to make it region free. Hope it helps I hacked my Region 4 (bought in Australia) BD-P1600 today using scottieuk's method. At first it didn't work, and then I realised I was pressing Repeat A-B instead of just the Repeat button on the remote, so make sure you you press the right one. Before I started I also completely disconnected and then reconnected the power. Don't know if that would make a difference or not. Haven't tested with Blu-ray yet, but a region 2 DVD that previously didn't work now is fine.
Okay so I changed the firmware to the singapore firmware and now im not able to view anything on my tv because its showing PAL. I put in a bluray disk to get around this (and i did).
But for some reason it won't let me update the firmware again. I tried a CD and USB but saying error in my update (something like that). How the hell do I revert back? To watch PAL, use your computer monitor. Connect DVI or VGA cable between BD-P1600 and your monitor.
I recorded a video on youtube showing it's very easy to do it i am from brazil and used the combination REPEAT+7+6+8+8+4 now it's region 9 Although several Canadian users have confirmed that they have successfully applied this hack, I have been unable to do so. I purchased a BD-P1600 today from Future Shop, with a manufacture date of 2009/02 and firmware version 1.02 XAC. I have been unable to successfully convert the firmware to any other region (XAX, XSS, XAA), despite following the instructions re: hex editing. I have been sure to replace only the very first XAX or XSS in the firmware with XAC, but every time I have tried to upgrade the eited foreign firmware I have encountered an error with the update data. Any Canadian users with more specific instrucitons? Or is it random luck of the draw as to whether a Canadian XAC unit will load modified foreign firmware?
An important info. I just updated the Firmware on a Brazilian player to the newest version.
It's now S/W: BEv2.06100201AXAX Loader: LDv1.06090917 Region: A/4 (BD/DVD) Now the hack I used to make it codefree for all DVDs doesn't work anymore. I just purchased a Samsung BD-P1600 from Future Shop and then tried to apply the Brazil firmware with the country code modification using a hex editor. It appears the newest upgrade to the Brazil site will not allow the firmware to upgrade. Instead you get an error notice!@ After successfully changing my US bd-p1600 to use the Brasil firmware I found my self wanting to use netflix and pandora again now that I have a nice HTPC.
To revert was pretty easy, though I could not find any thing on the 'net to actually revert back. The steps are very easy. Download US Firmware 2.05 (at time of post) XAA 2. Rename file to 2.05.XAX 3. Use a hex editor and change the first occurrence of XAA to XAX 4. Save to USB and finally use the back-usb port on the BD-p1600 to upgrade firmware.
(It's pretty easy now, but when I wasn't sure how to do it before I tried many other things before this, doh). I have copied the HEXed RUF file on USB drive formated as FAT32 (default), inserted it into the player and. Nothing happens. How to have the player actually to load new firmware from the USB drive? I see how I can create palylists and stuff, but not to boot/upgrade/downgrade off the USB drive. After many tries, it only worked when I used a newly-formatted USB drive. And thru the front port.
Hi all, I bought an (BP-1600 US) last december with firmware 1.03 XAA, yesterday upgrade to 2.05 XAA, I'm from Mexico and I can't use Blockbuster, Netflix and Pandora without proxy, I more interesting to play mkv/mp4/divx so tonight I will upgrade to firmware 2.06 XAX.
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United Arab Emirates. Summary Samsung BD-P1400 General Discontinued No Forum link Model BD-P1400 Manufacturer Samsung Release year 2007 Release date September 1, 2007 Description Regions sold A B BD profile Basic Profile (1.0) Blu-ray 3D No Portable No Media BD media BD-ROM BD-R BD-RE BD-9? DVD media DVD-ROM DVD-R DVD-RW DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-RAM? CD media CD-ROM CD-R CD-RW Video 4K HDR Video resolutions 1080p 1080i 720p 480p 576p?
DVD upconversion 1080p 1080i 720p 4K? Video frame rates 24p 60p 30p?