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UK Sony kv21ls30 in the US

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by shaunashott, May 6, 2003.

  1. shaunashott

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    Hi I have a sony kv21ls30, i am thinking of moving to america and want to take my smaller tv with me.

    apart from the power difference, would I be able to use that tv in the states?

    It accepts ntsc signal but i dont know if that would help

    so any help would be great
     
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    It is very unlikely to work as a TV - ie, to receive broadcast transmissions using its tuner. Voltage differences aside (as you say) it will work as a monitor - ie, to show images and sound sourced from an external device, connected via Composite Video, SVideo, RGB or SCART (depending on what sockets it has) - such as a VCR, DVD player, Set top box etc. But note that SCART cables are peculiar to Europe - you won't find any in US stores. So, if your TV only has SCART sockets on it, gather up a selection of cables and adaptors before you leave.
     

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