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Just go to its menu option first. There you can change the sound system to PAL B/G, NTSC, andso on. Select the system to PAL B/G first. Then make an auto tune function, All the channels sorted by the TV will automatically tuned and stored in memory with PAL B/G only. google.com/+GopakumarGopalan
If you change the 6.0 Xtal Filter for a 5.5 Xtal filter, you should get reasonable results as the video is the same. Only use good quality 4 legged filters or you may get caption buzz. I have changed many 5.5 to 6.0 with good results. Hope that helps.
Your TV model has only NTSC system with it. No PAL or SECAM. It is not a mutisystem compactable one. Check whether your DVD has NTSC playback option. If it has, you can see discs writed in NTSC system through your TV. If it has not equipped with that system, it is useless for your TV. Sony KV32FS120 and KV36FS120 models are only meant of US standard, and have only NTSC system with it. Ok.
Make certain you are connecting a set top box to the television with an RCA cable (yellow,red,white). You cannot get PAL through the tuner with a coaxial cable on some televisions. There should be a color system setting in the television's picture menu and you would have to choose PAL (M or N) in order for the television to display it.
Now I am in the same situation as you were.
I am planning to buy one sony camcorder from US. But it supports only NTSC.
But My TV is philips 29PT7322, User Manual says it supports, NTSC and PAL colour systems. But I am not sure it works or not.
Can you please help me with your experience.
Thanks in advance,