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Calibrator for plasma/projector

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Zeggi, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. Zeggi

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    Hey!

    i just found that both play.com/dvdboxoffice.com sell the DVE disc, now i noticed that boxoffice sell 2 different versions, ntsc and pal. Now my question is since i live in sweden i should normaly go for the PAL version, but wont that give me trouble configuring it for best pq for HD? since HD is normaly ntsc. or am i totaly wrong right now??

    the disc is for my ptae700 and 42pv500
     
  2. Gordon @ Convergent AV

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    HD is neither NTSC nor PAL. NTSC and PAL are acronyms for the composite video colour tv signals. HD is carried in analogue component/rgb or digital component/rgb and has nothing to do with NTSC and PAL

    Get the PAL disc and enjoy.....

    Gordon
     
  3. Zeggi

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    thank you
     
  4. Jim_Fear

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    I thought HD could only be a digital signal?
     
  5. ukdan

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    No HD can be through component.
    My D-theater player outputs 1080i through component.
     

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