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Panasonic tx-32ph40 TV compatible with progressive scan pal 50hz zone2 yes or no ?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by VEGA2003, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. VEGA2003

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    Does anyone know if the Panasonic tx-32ph40 is compatible with the 50hz signal in progressive scan PAL of zone 2 DVD’s.

    I know it works with 60 hz progressive scan with zone 1 DVD’s but what happen with 50 hz zone 2 DVD’s?

    Thanks for your answer.
    ;) ;)
     
  2. fuzzy

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    I thought pal prog scan output via component was at 60hz whether that was from zone 1 or 2. The difference is whether they are NTSC or pal.. i think! Perhaps someone with more knowledge will enlighten:confused: I hope so since my next purchase when funds allow is to buy a pal prog dvd player to go with my ph40:)
     
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    According to available information the Panasonic model you are refering to is the first TV in Europe to support PAL progressive signal (625p@50Hz) input (via the component interface)!

    See thread "The ultimate CRT-based PAL TV?" for the only other model that supports PAL progressive as well (JVC's latest model).

    Which model you should go for I really couldn't say since I haven't seen any of them in real life performance. However, the spec of the JVC TV looks really impressive...


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  4. YellowCows

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    Yes, the panasonic is Pal progressive - compatible from its component inputs.

    Pal is 50Hz, NTSC is 60Hz. This is the same whether interlaced or progressive.

    HTH

    Moory:)
     

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