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Blank and black image; sist. pal-m x ntsc

I am using the equipment in Brazil, where the signal this in the PAL-M, the image is in black color and white it has with deciding, the TV this configured in NTSC has as to modify for the PAL-M

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This TV can not be modified from NTSC to PAL.

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Television Standards by Country
COUNTRY SIGNAL TYPE
AFGHANISTAN PAL B, SECAM B
ALBANIA
PAL B/G

ALGERIA
PAL B/G

ANGOLA PAL I
ANTARCTICA NTSC M
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA
NTSC M

ARGENTINA
PAL N

ARMENIA SECAM D/K
ARUBA
NTSC M

AUSTRALIA
PAL B/G

AUSTRIA
PAL B/G

AZERBAIJAN SECAM D/K
AZORES PAL B
BAHAMAS
NTSC M

BAHRAIN
PAL B/G

BANGLADESH
PAL B

BARBADOS
NTSC M

BELARUS SECAM D/K
BELGIUM
PAL B/H

BELGIUM (ARMED FORCES NETWORK) NTSC M
BELIZE
NTSC M

BENIN SECAM K
BERMUDA
NTSC M

BOLIVIA
NTSC M

BOSNIA/HERZEGOVINA
PAL B/H

BOTSWANA SECAM K, PAL I
BRAZIL
PAL M

BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY
(AF DIEGO GARCIA TV - AFRTS) NTSC M
BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
PAL B

BULGARIA
PAL

BURKINA FASO SECAM K
BURUNDI SECAM K
CAMBODIA
PAL B/G, NTSC M

CAMEROON PAL B/G
CANADA
NTSC M

CANARY ISLANDS
PAL B/G

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC SECAM K
CHAD SECAM D
CHILE
NTSC M

CHINA (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC)
PAL D

COLOMBIA
NTSC M

CONGO (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC) SECAM K
CONGO, DEM. REP. (ZAIRE)
SECAM K

COOK ISLANDS PAL B
COSTA RICA
NTSC M

COTE D'IVOIRE (IVORY COAST) SECAM K/D
CROATIA
PAL B/H

CUBA
NTSC M

CYPRUS
PAL B/G

CZECH REPUBLIC
PAL B/G (cable), PAL D/K (broadcast)

DENMARK
PAL B/G

DIEGO GARCIA NTSC M
DJIBOUTI SECAM K
DOMINICA
NTSC M

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
NTSC M

EAST TIMOR
PAL B

EASTER ISLAND PAL B
ECUADOR
NTSC M

EGYPT
PAL B/G, SECAM B/G

EL SALVADOR
NTSC M

EQUITORIAL GUINEA SECAM B
ESTONIA PAL B/G
ETHIOPIA PAL B
FALKLAND ISLANDS (LAS MALVINAS) PAL I
FIJI NTSC M
FINLAND
PAL B/G

FRANCE
SECAM L

FRANCE (FRENCH FORCES TV) SECAM G
GABON SECAM K
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS NTSC M
GAMBIA PAL B
GEORGIA SECAM D/K
GERMANY
PAL B/G

GERMANY (ARMED FORCES TV GERMANY) NTSC M
GHANA
PAL B/G

GIBRALTAR
PAL B/G

GREECE
PAL B/G

GREENLAND
PAL B

GRENADA
NTSC M

GUAM
NTSC M

GUADELOUPE SECAM K
GUATEMALA
NTSC M

GUIANA (FRENCH) SECAM K
GUINEA PAL K
GUYANA NTSC M
HAITI
SECAM

HONDURAS
NTSC M

HONG KONG
PAL I

HUNGARY
PAL K/K

ICELAND
PAL B/G

INDIA
PAL B

INDONESIA
PAL B

IRAN
PAL B/G

IRAQ
PAL

IRELAND, REPUBLIC OF
PAL I

ISLE OF MAN
PAL

ISRAEL
PAL B/G

ITALY
PAL B/G

JAMAICA
NTSC M

JAPAN
NTSC M

JOHNSTONE ISLAND NTSC M
JORDAN
PAL B/G

KAZAKHSTAN SECAM D/K
KENYA
PAL B/G

KOREA (NORTH)
SECAM D, PAL D/K

KOREA (SOUTH)
NTSC M

KUWAIT
PAL B/G

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC SECAM D/K
LAOS PAL B
LATVIA PAL B/G, SECAM D/K
LEBANON
PAL B/G

LESOTHO PAL K
LIBERIA
PAL B/H

LIBYA
PAL B/G

LIECHTENSTEIN
PAL B/G

LITHUANIA PAL B/G, SECAM D/K
LUXEMBOURG
PAL B/G, SECAM L

MACAU PAL I
MACEDONIA PAL B/H
MADAGASCAR SECAM K
MADEIRA PAL B
MALAYSIA
PAL B

MALDIVES PAL B
MALI SECAM K
MALTA
PAL B

MARSHALL ISLANDS NTSC M
MARTINIQUE
SECAM K

MAURITANIA SECAM B
MAURITIUS
SECAM B

MAYOTTE SECAM K
MEXICO
NTSC M

MICRONESIA
NTSC M

MIDWAY ISLAND NTSC M
MOLDOVA (MOLDAVIA) SECAM D/K
MONACO
SECAM L, PAL G

MONGOLIA SECAM D
MONTSERRAT NTSC M
MOROCCO
SECAM B

MOZAMBIQUE PAL B
MYANMAR (BURMA)
NTSC M

NAMIBIA PAL I
NEPAL B
NETHERLANDS
PAL B/G

NETHERLANDS (ARMED FORCES NETWORK) NTSC M
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES NTSC M
NEW CALEDONIA SECAM K
NEW ZEALAND
PAL B/G

NICARAGUA
NTSC M

NIGER SECAM K
NIGERIA
PAL B/G

NORFOLK ISLAND PAL B
NORTH MARIANA ISLANDS NTSC M
NORWAY
PAL B/G

OMAN
PAL B/G

PAKISTAN
PAL B

PALAU NTSC M
PANAMA
NTSC M

PAPUA NEW GUINEA PAL B/G
PARAGUAY PAL N
PERU
NTSC M

PHILIPPINES
NTSC M

POLAND
PAL D/K

POLYNESIA (FRENCH) SECAM K
PORTUGAL
PAL B/G

PUERTO RICO
NTSC M

QATAR
PAL B

REUNION SECAM K
ROMANIA
PAL D/G

RUSSIA
SECAM D/K

ST. KITTS & NEVIS
NTSC M

ST. LUCIA
NTSC M

ST. PIERRE ET MIQUELON SECAM K
ST. VINCENT
NTSC M

SAO TOMé E PRINCIPE PAL B/G
SAMOA, AMERICAN
NTSC

SAUDI ARABIA
SECAM B/G, PAL B

SAMOA NTSC M
SENEGAL
SECAM K

SEYCHELLES PAL B/G
SIERRA LEONE
PAL B/G

SINGAPORE
PAL B/G

SLOVAKIA PAL B/G
SLOVENIA PAL B/H
SOMALIA PAL B/G
SOUTH AFRICA
PAL I

SPAIN
PAL B/G

SRI LANKA PAL
SUDAN
PAL B

SURINAME
NTSC M

SWAZILAND PAL B/G
SWEDEN
PAL B/G

SWITZERLAND
PAL B/G

SYRIA SECAM B, PAL G
TAHITI
SECAM

TAIWAN
NTSC

TAJIKISTAN SECAM D/K
TANZANIA
PAL B

THAILAND
PAL B/M

TOGO
SECAM K

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
NTSC M

TUNISIA
SECAM B/G

TURKEY
PAL B

TURKMENISTAN SECAM D/K
TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS NTSC M
UGANDA
PAL B/G

UKRAINE
SECAM D/K

URUGUAY PAL N
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
PAL B/G

UNITED STATES
NTSC M

UNITED KINGDOM
PAL I

UZBEKISTAN SECAM D/K
VENEZUELA
NTSC M

VIETNAM
NTSC M,SECAM D

VIRGIN ISLANDS (US & BRITISH)
NTSC M

WALLIS & FUTUNA SECAM K
YEMEN
PAL B/NTSC M

YUGOSLAVIA PAL B/G
ZAMBIA
PAL B/G

ZIMBABWE
PAL B/G

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