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Buy two players. One from each region. If you ave an NTSC TV only, you will also need a PAL to NTSC converter, if you want to play UK PAL DVD`s on US or Asian TV`s. But I think all Euro/UK TV`s are all both color signals (PAL & NTSC).
Hello The output signal's colour system to this player is NTSC. Just look whether your TV is NTSC system compactable. Check whether the disc is recorded in any other colour system, like PAL or SECAM. These are the reasons for absence of colour to the picture. Check whether the colour control of the TV is at minimum.
[TV System] Change this setting if the video does not appear correctly. By default, this setting matches the most common setting for TVs in your country. • [PAL] - For a PAL-system TV. (European TVs) • [Multi] - For TV that is compatible with both PAL and NTSC. • [NTSC] - For an NTSC-system TV. (American TVs)
[Picture Setting] Select a predefined set of picture color settings or customize the personal setting. • [Standard] - Original color setting. • [Bright] - Vibrant color setting. • [Soft] - Warm color setting. • [Personal] - Customize the color setting. Set the level of brightness, contrast, tint and color saturation, then press OK
This is usually associated with trying to play NTSC formatted DVD's on this PAL player. As you might not know even if the unit is set region free (Region Code 0) the movie is still encoded for NTSC.
You can also get this problem if you are using S-Video plug with a SCART Adapter and the switch is set to output instead of input something to do with the internal pins. I recommend using SCART to SCART or HDMI if you have it
If you are playing different region dvds, they can be of different color formats also
(US = NTSC, Europe = PAL). If your television is not multi-format then non-compatible
DVDs will play black and white. The solution is to purchase a mutli-format TV (accepts
both PAL and NTSC formats)
the PN onremote to tv set this is all about the system on tv ie pal is always for colour , and auto is always determined by the tv this si automatical set by tv depending on in coming siginal ie from advd machine. NTSC is always afaded colour some times it may appear as black and white
There can one of two problems here. Either your DVD player's output is set to NTSC and you are attempting to play it through a PAL (European) TV, or you are perhaps using the SVHS output incorrectly. The solution is to access the player's setup menu and ensure the video output is set to your standard (PAL or NTSC). Hope this helps!