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Avia dvd.

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by sapper44, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. sapper44

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    I have as many Pal dvd as Ntsc so what do I do about Avia.Is it pointless as I will only be able to set up my home cinema for Pal or Ntsc.
     
  2. Marc

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    i've always wondered about that.. i guess some people just recalibrate their tv before every movie, or have a tv that lets you save multiple configurations.. personally i just tune it by eye, since the only things i can change on my tv are colour, brightness, contrast, sharpness and hue, i'm sure i can just about handle it.
     
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    I don't hink it's pointless ;) Personally speaking, I have a projector (which can store 3 different picture settings) and TV (which, strictly speaking) can only store 1. However, it's pretty simple to setup the TV using a Pal setup disc, and jot down the settings. Then use an NTSC setup disc and jot those settings down also. That way you have a record, and it's a simple matter of changing things on the TV whenever you go from Pal to NTSC :)

    sapper44 - If you're happy setting things up by eye then that's what works for you ;) When you review DVDs, though, having some form of reference is pretty much essential.

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