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Panasonic DVD-S68/DVD-S68P-K HDMI 1080P Up-Converting All Multi Region Code Zone Free PAL/NTSC DVD Player. Plays DVDs from all Regions: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 PAL NTSC RCE REA on ANY TV. FULL HD CONVERSION, USB Playback and REC for Music

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  • HDMI 1080P Up-Converting Region Code Free 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PAL NTSC, built in 3 way converter PAL to NTSC and NTSC to PAL you can connect to any TV
  • HDMI 1080p upscales to high definition for sharper pictures
  • PANASONIC CODEFREE VERSION MULTI-SYSTEM Multi All Region Code Zone Free PAL/NTSC DVD Player
  • Incredibly versatile and multi-format-friendly, DVD player can play back just about any DVD or CD you can throw at it.
  • PAL/NTSC Play Any Region DVD's - Best Region Free DVD Player
  • DVD+R(including dual layer)1, DVD+RW1, CD, CD-R/RW1, WMA, MP32, JPEG, MPEG43
  • Specifically, it can play back the following disc formats: DVD-Video, DVD-RW1, DVD-R (including dual layer)1,
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Technical Details

  • Model: S68

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 1.5 x 8.3 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004QIPKNY
  • Item model number: S68
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,368 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 3, 2011

Product Description

The Region Free Code Free DVD-S68/DVD-S68P-K features a 1080p up-conversion function that converts standard definition (720 x 480 pixels) images from DVD sources to high-definition (1920 x 1080 pixels) quality images. And with the addition of HDMI 1.3 with Deep Color to our DVD players, the up-converted signals deliver vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed images.

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Customer Reviews

This product is a good deal and performance is great.
mayumi
I've played my recorded DVD's on JVC & Sony players as well as the Toshiba & the Panasonic recorder & have never had this happen before.
J. Silver
1st and foremost it plays my region 2 DVD's from France & the UK!
G. Martin

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136 of 142 people found the following review helpful By AJC UK -> USA on May 18, 2011
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I have a large selection of Region 1 (USA) & Region 2 (Europe) DVD's being a British Expat.
My previous Multi Region model (a 2006 LG model) finally died last week, so I looked at the Panasonic to compliment my 2011 Panasonic DMP-BDT210 Blu-Ray player, as that can't play the old region 2 dvd's.
Out of the box the player feels 'cheap', the drawer mechanism is very flimsy and the unit feels 'light'. I understand this isn't a $150 blu-ray player, but it doesn't compare remotely in comparison to the quality of the Blu-Ray player.
The real problem was that it didn't do as sold, first DVD in (a region 2 Disc - 'The Italian Job') played well, great. The second disc I put in was a kids region 1 - 'Carebear' movie that came up with an incompatible region warning. Grrrrrrrrrrrr!
I broke out my folders of discs, and found that all my region 2 discs seemed to play OK, but about 30% of the Region 1 discs, threw up an incompatible region warning! These weren't damaged, and not 'weird or specialized' discs. Discs from 'My name is earl', and a number of other major movies would not play.
Disappointing.
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By G. Martin on May 22, 2011
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Panasonic DVD-S68 region free player.

I guess I fall into the category of those reviewers that like their player because mine works just fine too!

Perhaps one reviewer needs to ask for the software hack from his vendor to re-correct his player if it's not performing properly. I bought mine from Bombay via Amazon fulfillment! Out of the box; A-OK!

Down to my review now. Ok. 1st and foremost it plays my region 2 DVD's from France & the UK! It also plays my Korean imports and many are Pal 2! That being said I can stop now! Ha ha. But just a few more words.....

This is no Sony! Sony menu & interface have many more choices. This really is quite minimal in that respect.
So usually it will not playback from last stop. Sometimes but not always. Ok I can live with that as most DVDs have scene selections!
The remote IS SMALL. But I find I can get use to that too!
Those are the two biggest distracters and forgettable as far as I'm concerned.

Now this unit does have HDMI, but I use component cables because HDMI limits the control I have in picture sizing. In other words HDMI defaults to a FULL setting so I cant see "a film" in letterbox or 4:3 as it was produced, so therefore the cables!
Next, it is PROGESSIVE and that's great for most movies, but allot of titles look jerky in motions, like people walking etc. & the way to change that is to use the INTERLACED and those choices are on the units menu so if you see jerking motions switch over to the "interlaced" and they disappear! I cannot SEE the difference between Progressive or Interlaced so I certainly don't feel like anything is lost!

Also I've had no problems playing R. 2. & R. 1. back to back.
A reviewer said they have!
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By S. Fan on April 18, 2011
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This DVD player plays all NTSC/PAL DVDs in my collection flawlessly. It automatically detects the format and region of the inserted DVD and plays it without any further user intervention. I have no problem navigating the DVD menu of a PAL format DVD unlike my old all region/format dvd player. Another great quality of this DVD player is that it can play all Ghibli studio DVDs (NTSC Region 1) from the beginning to the end smoothly without any noticeable pause or freeze in the middle of movies (my Samsung DVD player often freezes in the middle of the Anime movies despite of the DVDs are meant for US distribution).

This DVD player has one set of RCA composite output and one set of component output in the back plus one HDMI output in the front. Since I am still using an old fashion TV, I do not know how good the up conversion of this player is. But, the picture quality is excellent. I chose this model because of the up conversion capability in case of my future TV upgrade.

The vendor shipped the item very quickly. One thing I did not find in the package was the mail-in registration card. I assume the vendor tinkered the player to make it all format/region and, thus, voided the manufacturer's warranty. Anyway, I would recommend this player to anyone who wants to watch PAL format DVDs or Anime movies.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By BN on June 6, 2011
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The DVD player is suppose to be an all region player, however it didn't play the DVD from Japan. In addition, it did not play some of the US region DVD's as well.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Howard W. Herron on February 6, 2012
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I am not normally a complainer. Nor do I ever submit reviews on products I buy. However, this one is the exception. This DVD player played the foreign movies just fine. The region of DVD it had difficulty playing was Region 1- American/Canadian. One third of my DVD collection, which is extensive, was greeted with an error message, saying it could not play a DVD from this region. Sometimes the error screen would even show the 20th Century Fox logo in the background. When I called Panasonic tech support, the man who helped me was no help at all. I stayed on the phone for an hour, as he put me on hold, told me to try stuff that was already in the manual, and suggested that my DVDs were not Region 1. At one point he actually asked me where exactly I'd purchased my X-Men DVD. I said that I didn't know- Target maybe? It had been a decade since I'd purchase it. But I do know one thing- I didn't fly to London to buy it. Eventually, the man told me that they'd be contacting me in one week with either answers or a rebate. I never got a call. I invested in a Phillips player that had good reviews, and I'm now crossing my fingers.
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