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Do all modern widescreen TV's support NTSC?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by dwmoook, Dec 28, 2001.

  1. dwmoook

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    I am about to purchase a 28" widescreen TV. Are all new widescreen TV's compatible with normal NTSC as It will be used with my Pioneer DV530 which outputs native NTSC.. My 21" Hitatchi is fine with the output so I assume all Hitatchi's can support it. Are there any makes to avoide?
     
  2. mjn

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    99% of the branded widescreen TV, will accept a NTSc signal, just double check on the specs from where ever you buy it from. Or if possible check the model number and information on their website.
     
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    Some of the budget models don't as mjn says in his response.

    The Schneider 32" WS set being one example.
     
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    Make sure the TV can accept NTSC 3.58. There is another NTSC also known as quasi NTSC or NTSC 4.43 which will give a B&W picture with a pure NTSC signal.
     

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