Question about Televison & Video
If it is a USA model then you may have problems. First you have a problem with AC power as the US uses 110-120 volts AC while 220-240V is present at the wall outlet there. Next you have incompatible TV signals. Now if all you want to do is view your DVDs then you might be OK IF you convert the power (with a step-down transformer) and the physical plug on the cord with an adapter plug as countries use different cord plugs. So as you can see there are some issues to address. Generally I'd say use a TV from over there.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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