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Re: this tv work in europe?
Well I am guessing you live in the us and are moving back to europe. So I will approach it from that end. To answer your question is yes and no. US is on a system called NTSC, europe uses a format called PAL for its signals. This is like the difference between Mac and PC formats. You will need to research first a power adapter for the tv. I would recommend a power conditioner as well. You will also need so check into is a PAL to NTSC converter.
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Not really. You can buy a transformer in European countries to allow US products to work, but you would not be able to receive European broadcasts. A set top box would be required for watching broadcast material, preferably one that uses one of the HDMI ports. Information is here: Page 47 of http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/TH37PX60U-ENGLISH.pdf
Digihome is not a brand unto itself. It is manufactured by a Foreign Country (I believe it's in Turkey) by the name of Tesco. Very large territories for sales in Europe of the Digihome label and a half dozen others. You will probably have to find a TV shop that will look at it for you as they have no service nor even their own. website.
TV's operate on 110 volts, not 220 volts. You need more than just an adaptor to plug in your TV. You need to use a voltage converter to bring the voltage down to 110 volts. But since you already connected your TV up to 220 volts, damage has already occurred to the sensitive electronic components and you need to get it repaired.
The tv power supply board is not the problems,that can add a transformer to solved it easily.The problems are US and Europe uses a difference tv signal frequencies.The US,Canada and Mexico are using a NTSC signal frequencies.Europe,Asia,Middle East and Africa are using PAL signal frequencies.U must have a tv that call REGIONS free tv to work in Europe and US same time.If u just have a standard LCD or a Plasma HD tv buy it in the US for example will not work in Europe
You need a step down converter. They are cheap. You might have already damaged your TV, though. The converters here say for Asia/Europe use but probably same plug for Africa. Verify that when ordering.
If you have your owners manual check the specs, however most Sony Bravia units have universal power supplies (120V-240V 50/60Hz). If the TV was built for North American use the tuner may not be able to decode the signals in Europe or Asia, they will need to be converted to standard HD signals (1080i, 720p etc.connected with HDMI or Component inputs) to be displayed.
You would need to get the transformer/converter. It will convert the power from 120 to 220. If your going to a military installattion, most of the Housing is American standards. If you plan on living on the economy and not near an American installation then your TV would only be good for your DVD and games. PS3/Xbox. They have satalite and cable, but it all depends on where you will live. On American Soil...your good to go. Off..... doubt it!!
The voltage rating of the cable is not a problem. For all home appliances, including TV sets, the voltage rating of the power cable is supposed to be up in the 600 Volt to 1000 Volt range depending on the particular manufacture of the cable. This is not an issue. I have never seen a home appliance that could handle more than 240 VAC.
As for the Amperage rating of cable, it is more than adequate for the appliance that the cable is sold for. The 220 Volt appliances use about 1/2 the amperage that their equivelent 120 Volt appliances use. This is because the wattage for the power consumption is normaly constant.
The power cable is not a factor here. If the power supply in the TV can take the 220 VAC, and the 50 Hz power line frequency then there are no problems from that point.
It is not the power cord that makes the rating of the power supply. You can use a transformer, and not a solid state converter to lower the 220 V to 120 V.
What you will find if this is a North American TV set, it may not work in other countries due to the standards for TV broadcast.
If the set is rated for PAL, this will only work with the video inputs, and not the tuner. The tuner frequency allocation and the video and audio carriers are also different between the some of the different countries.