How do you make a ntsc lcd tv to work in India?
India uses the PAL color standard, in line with the UK and most of Europe. NTSC is an incompatible color encoding system used across North America. As well as color encoding differences, NTSC televisions normally operate ar 60Hz while PAL models are designed to run at 50Hz field rate. Many modern televisions will handle both PAL and NTSC but the tuners are still likely to be different. It is best to assume that a North American television will not work in India. Standards converters can be used to convert a PAL signal to NTSC but they tend to be either poor quality or very expensive. Normally, it will be far cheaper to obtain a PAL TV intended to be used in India than try to convert signals. Even with converters, the tuner is still unlikely to work properly.
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Answer . \nEach pixel consists of a column of liquid crystal molecules suspended between two transparent electrodes, and two polarizing filters, the axes of polarity of which are perpendicular to each other. Without the liquid crystals between them, light passing through one would be blocked by t…he other. The liquid crystal twists the polarization of light entering one filter to allow it to pass through the other.\n. \nThe molecules of the liquid crystal have electric charges on them. By applying small electrical charges to transparent electrodes over each pixel or sub-pixel, the molecules are twisted by electrostatic forces. This changes the twist of the light passing through the molecules, and allows varying degrees of light to pass (or not pass) through the polarizing filters.\n. \nBefore applying an electrical charge, the liquid crystal molecules are in a relaxed state. Charges on the molecules cause these molecules to align themselves in a helical structure, or twist (the "crystal"). In some LCDs, the electrode may have a chemical surface that seeds the crystal, so it crystallizes at the needed angle. Light passing through one filter is rotated as it passes through the liquid crystal, allowing it to pass through the second polarized filter. A small amount of light is absorbed by the polarizing filters, but otherwise the entire assembly is transparent.\n. \nWhen an electrical charge is applied to the electrodes, the molecules of the liquid crystal align themselves parallel to the electric field, thus limiting the rotation of entering light. If the liquid crystals are completely untwisted, light passing through them will be polarized perpendicular to the second filter, and thus be completely blocked. The pixel will appear unlit. By controlling the twist of the liquid crystals in each pixel, light can be allowed to pass though in varying amounts, correspondingly illuminating the pixel.\n. \n-DJ Craig ( Full Answer )
I don't know the exact voltage rating of the Netherlands and Australia but if they are the same then yes no problem. these companies do not produce specific pannels for each country, the only differing factor would be the power supply unit inside the screen.
In a LCD TV, liquid crystals are sandwiched between two transparent electrodes and two polarizing filters. In other words, liquid crystals (most often in nematic phase) are packed between two glass plates. Two grids of electrodes (one is horizontally aligned and another is vertically aligned) contac…t either side of the crystals. The job of this network of electrodes is to access each pixel of the crystal layer and control the electric flow. . Liquid crystals are not luminious by themselves and it is the backlight device made of fluorescent lamps which give off the light behind them. The light of the backlight is then diffused by a white panel before passing through the liquid crystals. This white panel ensures that the entire surface of the screen gets uniform brightness. The front panel of LCD is made up of a grid of wires which are in contact with each pixel of the screen and activate it separately. . With in network of crystals, each molecule functions like a gate to open or close the passage of light through them depending on the voltage of the current. To produce bright display, the voltage is kept low while for dark details the voltage is increased. By nature, liquid crystals always allow a smaller amount of light to pass through them making the pure black levels somewhat impossible. ( Full Answer )
11144, 11240, 11331, 11610 for directv, the last one works perfectly for my 537H tv
Can you use the NTSC selectable option on the European television and a step up transformer to make it work in the US?
Answer . Interesting. Don't see why not. Make the TV turn on and feed it the signal it's expecting...no problem with that. Phil
Not sure what you are asking here. You can buy a LCD television in just about any consumer electronics stores. If you are talking about the LCD's monitors that would be for your computer then its simple. Most of them do not have a tuner. You "can" still watch TV on them though. You need a buy a TV t…uner for your computer and hook up your TV service to it. Then not only can you watch TV, but your computer acts like a PVR (you can pause and record live TV). You can't just buy a converter for the VGA cable either (I get this a lot). The TV tuner has a micro controller inside of it (which is basically is a small processor, memory, bus, etc) which has been electrically designed and programmed to receive TV signals, then the software on the computer or built in to the unit (such as a TV) talks to this device to allow for easier more abstract use of the unit. ( Full Answer )
Can I use an NTSC PlayStation 2 game on my PAL PlayStation 2 console and multiregion tv which works in ntsc pal and secam regions?
To play ntsc games on a pal console you need to overide the consoles security, for this you can just buy magic swap DVD with the slide tool. You can buy swap magic from here. http://www.gocybershopping.com/product.php?productid=1291&cat=0&page=1 Swap Magic is also capable of booting "burnt" ga…mes as well. If you want to run executable ELF files (e.g. homebrew), then buy the CODER disks, here. http://www.gocybershopping.com/product.php?productid=1491&cat=&bestseller=Y ( Full Answer )
No, an NTSC telelvision will not display PAL signals properly. However, many modern telelvisions are multi standard and will show either PAL or NTSC signals. In these cases, using a PAL DVD output, for example, will work but note that there are potential problems with broadcast signals.. Far fewer …telelvisions have tuners built in that will work in multiple countries, so even if you have a multi-standard telelvision, you also need to confirm that you have a tuner capable of receiving broadcast signals from other countries, if you are planning on watching broadcast television. ( Full Answer )
Samsung does not sell LCD TVs that are PAL compatible. Samsung's F8is a NTSC compatible LCD TV model. A converter can be purchased tomake a television support PAL.
NTSC is the North American color encoding standard while PAL is the European color encoding standard. Older televisions, non LCD or plasma screens, generally would not be able to decode NTSC color although many would do their best to display a monochrome image. The latest generation of LCD and p…lasma screens are almost all technically capable of showing both PAL and NTSC images. However, some manufacturers will configure televisions to disable one of the color decoders. If the feature is important, then check with the manufacturer before buying a particular model. Many manuals will state that they are multi standard but a good number of models will not mention it at all. In Europe, one can expect the majority of televisions to handle NTSC signals. In North America, the need to handle European video is far less and so many televisions will not offer PAL decoding. In addition to the color encoding question, DVDs and other disc based video content are encoded with a region number. A region 1 DVD is intended for the North American market and will only play on a region one DVD player. Take the disc to Europe where the DVD players are configured as region two and the disc simply won't play. This is a commercial restriction rather than a technical one. Often, although all the hardware is capable of playing certain content, the commercial restrictions will prevent it happening. ( Full Answer )
What does the TV's nameplate say?. If it says 120v/60Hz it is designed for use on the US/Canada power system, and will only work in countries elsewhere in the world which use that same system.. If it says 240v/50Hz it is designed for use on the European power system and will only work in countries… elsewhere in the world which use that same system.. If it says 120/240v 50/60Hz it can be used on either.. Keep in mind as well that if the TV is meant for 50Hz instead of 60Hz, it may be a PAL (European standard) video type instead of NTSC (American standard), so that may be a problem also.. . For more information on the different voltages, frequencies and plugs used around the world see the answer to the Related Question shown below and its Related Links . ( Full Answer )
There are such devices as `television standards' converters used for that very purpose. And since the television industry is going all digital, it probably won't be long before you can get a used one on Ebay or through some other broadcast equipment supplier.\n. \nOne of the other ways, is by usi…ng your computer and making the conversion through either a software application or possibly even a particular make and type of video card. For instance, my ATI video card can play either NTSC or PAL, and I've seen quite a few free proggies on the net for doing standards conversions. But, you gotta spend some time diggin' for em because they're up against the commercial software makers. \n. \nYou may be better off just trying to convert your video into a different format, such as .wav. Divx, Quicktime, etc. using your computer. Then take if from there.\n. \nToo many options and plenty of ways to experiment to get the results you want. ( Full Answer )
Most (if not all) current consumer TV's (not monitors) are capable of receiving an over the air signal. If it has a built in tuner, it should work. Can't guarantee though that it has a digital tuner, but you can find that out in your owner's manual, the manufacturer's website or by checking the se…t up menu on your TV. ( Full Answer )
Samsung, for the most part. That doesn't mean they don't use circuit boards from other manufacturers for some of their sets. It's a matter of economics.
Best Buy offers two brands at their stores: Dynex and Insignia. Both are apparently manufactored by LG but while Insignia is made to compete with the more known brands: Sharp, Sony, Samsung, etc. - Dynex is made to be inexpensive.
There are several factors that need to be taken into account.\n. \nFirst, North America uses 110V while Europe is based on 230V power supplies. Many products will operate on any voltage between 100 - 260V but American products often are restricted to 110V. The only way to find out is to read the …label on the equipment itself. It is possible to use a transformer to deliver 110V but they are not cheap.\n. \nSecond, the television signal is different between the two countries. North America uses NTSC at 60Hz and Europe operates on PAL at 50Hz. Again, many televisions will handle both but that cannot be assumed.\n. \nLastly, the tuners operate on different frequency bands so it is unlikely that a direct aerial connection will operate.\n. \nSo, it the television operates on PAL, has wide range power supply then maybe it will work in the UK. By the time shipping has been added to the overall cost, it is not likely to be worthwhile to bring a US television to the UK. ( Full Answer )
Without more information it's difficult to answer your question.\n. \nIt really depends on the output connector type on the video game and whether or not the TV has a matching type of connector, or whether or not there's an adapter available to make the video game usable.
Circut City makes element lcd tv's..... Idk I just kno dat they sell them there
`NTSC' is the acronym for the National Technical Standards Committee. That was the group that got together and standardized the TV signals for the United States so that TV stations would be compatible anywhere in the country.\n. \nOf course, we `older TV technicians from the vacuum tube days' used… to joke that it stood for, `Never the same color', because the tubes would wear out and change their value, causing color changes in the TV's. ( Full Answer )
I just bought Microspot LCD ... and i found its awsome .. it is true that you can't compare Microspot to with anyother Big Brands.. but as per this LCD Price .. i found it is really good !!. Cheers..
PS2's work on most t.v's but i tryed it and it was a toshbia brand lcd and the lcd tv broke so i'd go with the hdtv :D
D-link dwa-140 should work fine. Last time i checked, they were around $20-$25 on ebay, which is a lot cheaper that the samsung rip-off dongle (which in essence, is nothing but a re-badged DWA-140!). Make sure you check the version of the D-link DWA-140 before you buy. I bought the B2 ver 1.71 a…nd can't get it to work on my Samsung tv. ( Full Answer )
I Usually does something with the Cathode Ray Tube. I don't know for sure? Thank you.
If your lcd is a newer tv, then most of the time, the 64's will not work with the video ins. Some of the older lcd's can run 64 but your best bet is just running it on an older tv.
The problem depends on how you are getting the video into the TV. If you are burning the video file to a DVD disc then most DVD players will not recognise the AVI file and it will have to be converted to a DVD friendly MPEG format so that it can be viewed on a TV.
There are several things that can cause a lcd tv to have sound but no picture. If the backlight of the lcd panel comes on momentarily when first turned on, the problem is most likely caused by defective backlights which are part of the lcd panel. If there is no backlight when first turned on problem… may be inverter circuit or power supply. If the backlights come on and stay on the problem could be the tcon pcb or the main pcb. The tcon is sometimes available but most of the time part of the lcd panel. Unfortunately this symptom usually is cured by replacing the lcd panel which is most cases is cost prohibitive. ( Full Answer )
I would buy a ready made one. Unless you are an excellent handyman, this could be troublesome. It has to support a certain weight and be able to tilt etc.
No, they are different things. NTSC is the color encoding process used in North America for standard definition video signals. In Europe, a similar encoding system called PAL is used for standard definition video. HD video is never encoded into a single signal and therefore neither NTSC nor PAL pl…ay any part in the transmission of any HD signal. ( Full Answer )
That high pitched whine is probably the high voltage transformer (inverter) powering the backlight. Usually it goes away after the TV has been on a while.
Curtis International, an electronics company in Toronto, Canada. They sell then sometimes at Walmart. Or you can get them online at hhgregg.com or some other websites.
You'll need to look at the storage temperature and operating temperature for that particluar tv. Most can be stored down to 10 degrees F. Obviously, it will depend on your climate. Jeff
A LED tv is a LCD tv with LED backlighting. non led lcds have CFL backlighting or such (compact fluorescent LED tv's are different because they can be thinner and have a more dynamic brightness range (in general). The LCD means liquid crystal display and is just a type of display (opposi…te of plasma or such). LED LCDs are light emitting diode backlit liquid crystal displays. (the best out now) so the best TVs are currently 3d led lcds. ( Full Answer )
no it does not unless it is one that can switch and made for multiple markets
Computer LCD displays operate in a very similar way to LCD televisions. The input signals are normally different to those available on a television but otherwise, the technologies used are the same for both.
i am not aware of which the best selling TV is. However, Sony Bra via is a reliable TV with good quality
LCD stands for Liquid Cristal Display. It's the type of TV screen they use, as opposed to old tube screens of old days.
Samsung has an "LN" class with speakers on the front. I've been keeping an eye on the LN19C350 model myself(the number after the LN is the width in inches).
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Samsung makes large LCD television. A "large" television would be considered a television greater than or equal to 46 inches in diagonal measurement.
Quite a few companies make LCD TVs with built in DVDs, but most of them are sized to be portable. Toshiba, Sanyo, and Haier all make well reviewed models.
LCD screen TVs are brighter than plasm screen TVs which is very good to place in a room with a lot of light. Some LCD TVs have the option to create more dramatic looking contrast levels. Also very good about LCD TVs are that they weight less for easier transport and use way less electricity
I have no idea, but remember the domestic voltage in the US is different. If you don't use the appropriate adaptor, you'll zap your telly!
NTSC is the North American television standard for color encoding. India uses PAL, the British color encoding standard. The two are not compatible and to use an NTSC television with Indian signals will normally require a signal transcoder to convert the color information from one to the other.. S…imilarly, North American broadcasts are on a different frame rate to Indian. Changing the color encoding does not change the frame rate so it is not guaranteed that a color transcoder alone will do the job. To get a converter that changes both color and frame rate is expensive and it will almost always be less expensive to obtain a new television rather than ship a US model, convert signals and power supply as well as the tuner system.. ( Full Answer )
Custom duty on LCD TV from Bangkok to India is 35% on value above Rs. 35000/- i.e. if the TV is priced upto Rs35000/-, it is duty free, thereafter 35% on difference amount will be charged as duty.
The working principles of LCD and LED TVs is basically the same, asboth types have layers of glass through which liquid crystals canboth block and pass light. The main difference between the twotypes of technology are that LCDs use fluorescent lights and LEDsuse light emitting diodes.
LCD televisions cheaper and more efficient than LED televisions because they are primarly easier to make and get the parts for. But they also last longer than led making them of higher quality.
LCD television prices in India can range from 6000 rupees to 50,000 rupees or more. The most common price for an LCD television in India is 15,000 rupees.
The answer to this question depends on consumer preference, but some of the highest rated 32 inch LCD TVs come from Vizio, Toshiba, Samsung, and Sony.
The television manufacturers that make a 30 inch LCD are the following: LG, Samsung, Sony and many more. You can find all the different companies when you walk into a tech store.
There is no single company that makes such a product. Many companies make LCD monitors with TV tuners. Such companies include Samsung, Acer, Philips, and Asus.