I want to get a CD from the USA but will it play in the UK?
I want to get NOW 73 in the USA to add to my NOW collection
But it a USA CD but will it play in the UK?
- RichardLv 44 months ago
Yes they all work
- 4 months ago
Unless you can somehow encrypt grooves, then yes, it'll work.
- Staap ItLv 74 months ago
To be certain it will work hold the player upside down and backwards.
Hope this helps.
- Tony BLv 74 months ago
Yes, it will play anywhere.
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- spacemissingLv 74 months ago
All CDs will play anywhere.
They have no region coding.
- SSP Bowl DudeLv 74 months ago
CDs do not have region control.
- LanceLv 74 months ago
I'm in the US and have bought several CD's from the UK before and they play well when I get them...The CD packaging is sometimes of a slightly different size and so doesn't fit as uniform with other CD's in my stack but I have never had any that don't play. Also the size of the CD itself seems to be uniform both in thickness and in diameter. If it is different its slight because I can see no difference through casual inspection.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Yes. CD is a universal standard invented by a collaboration of Philips of Holland and Sony of Japan, and it will play in all CD players world wide. Unlike DVD movies, there is no regional restriction on CDs. Philips wanted to use analog signals but Sony insisted on digital.
- DuckLv 74 months ago
It should. I don't think there's region filtering on compact discs.