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How to convert the my jvc dvd player to ntsc to pal or vise versa, coz i used old tv so i need to change it . tnx my jvc model is xv-tha30 dvd cinema system

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You have to use an external device to convert NTSC to PAL or vis versa. The device cost between 175 to 250 $. I think you can buy a small new generation multi system TV for that price !!!!.
If you still want to buy click on the below link.

http://www.converters.tv/signals/ntsc_to_pal.html

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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