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Taking US Samsung TV and DVD player to India?

Can I take my Samsung TV and DVD from the US (110V) to India (220v)? What do I need? I was told that in addition to a step down converter I need to check about NTSE vs PAL systems, etc. Please help.

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You need to get a transformer( 110 to 220).

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