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Re: flat screen for overseas
Because Best Buy™ stores are primarily located within the United States and Canada, the vast majority of TV's sold by the company will be NTSC/ATSC-complaint only. Unfortunately, this means that if you are looking for a model that supports both the NTSC and PAL broadcasting standards, you will most likely need to seek the assistance of a specialty importer.
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Remember you have to have a High-Def signal source to actually view High-Definition video. This means local broadcast TV in HD or digital cable TV with HD service and a HD channel or satellite or a Bluray Disc.
The UK line standard is 625 PAL -I. The Spanish standard is 625 PAL B & G.
There are quite a number of TV's around in the UK that are multi-system and I would check very carefully if yours is capable of VHF reception too. If there is no way for you to change the TV over to PAL-B and PAL-G (usually done in the MENU setting when tuning) then it will be PAL-I, UK standard only which means you will have to buy a Spanish TV.
If you are unsure, then ask a TV high street dealer who may be able to help you on this.
The color loss is most likely due to a NTSC/PAL compatibility issue. If you bought the players overseas in a PAL region (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0d/PAL-NTSC-SECAM.svg) and the TV is NTSC or vice-versa, there will be a color loss. Thiss because the different regions have different formats and when you go from one to the other, the color does no transfer over. You can buy a PAL to NTSC or NTSC to PAL converter to fix this issue.
When you say 10.5 inches from wall, do you mean that from the center of the drain in the floor to the back wall is 10.5 inches? If so, you need a toilet for a "10 inch rough-in" dimension. The Aquia doesn't come in that dimension. Sorry!
Caroma Sydney Smart model 270 comes in a 10 inch rough-in and is a dual flush model. Note that all dual flush toilets are fairly expensive as compared to normal toilets. HOWEVER, genrally speaking, ALL 10 inch rough-in toilets are fairly expensive just because the low volume that are sold.
Is it a rear projection set? or LCD? If it is a projection set it could be a bad High voltage splitter. Part is about $30 If it is LCD it could be a bad power supply or inverter board. A good tech can replace capacitors in power supply without replacing the board
When in high def and on the PC the formate buttom on the remote is disabled. The formate will have to be done with the high def remote or through the PC. You will have to contact the high def and the PC provider to adjust the format.