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Dvd playback, picture is poor, there is a honeycomb effect over the whole screen, dark colours show this up worse, but its all over. I dont think its the tv as its fine on digital tv.

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This is a video processing problem not related to NTSC vs PAL. This is a rare problem that is not likely to be resolved here. If the DVD player was an inexpensive one, just replace it. The only way to repair is to replace the processing board which will probably cost almost as much as a replacement unit.

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Check ntsc and pal setting on the player.if tv is on ntsc then the player should also be on ntsc.

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