Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".
Emerson brand is not readily available in my country and therefore we have limited exposure to their various products. Although from what I was made to understand, more often than not, Emerson units are specifically manufactured for the US market and therefore would have limited or no multi region capability. Sorry. Although normally, the NTSC/PAL feature (if ever available) would be clearly marked in the box or in the manual or as a sticker on the unit itself.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008
You need either an NTSC DVD recorder (keep in mind that the US has 110 voltage, while Australia does not), or a computer card that supports NTSC. Some video capture cards support both NTSC and PAL (often switchable). Choose good quality, and pay attention to video/sound sync - some bad quality cards loose sync. Once the tapes are transferred to DVD - and keep it native NTSC all the way, they can be played on virtually any PAL DVD player/TV combo. With an NTSC source, it's best NOT to convert to PAL, while with a PAL source in the US, you'd need to convert to NTSC or only show the DVD on a computer (where NTSC/PAL doesn't matter).
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Press N/P button on remote, if that dont work, go into the Setup Menu and do a DEFAULT. If either of those dont work, check to make sure your video cable is in the correct location.
If your in U.S., should always be on NTSC
If outside of U.S., you would select PAL
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
I want to know what is you location/country?
you DVD don't have any problem its normal for all DVD players.You cannot play both PAL and NSTC in good picture because it depends on your country or location.
this are the country that plays in NSTC:
thank you.I hope this info will be helpful
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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