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PAL support I have a 5-year old Infocus LP-70 (I am in Europe now and I THINK it is 70). Does it support PAL DVD as played by a player?

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Hello,
Yes the LP70 and the LP70+ both operate perfectly with a PAL source. Also the will operate just fine using 220vac 50hz too.

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Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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