How do I play a ntsc disk on a toshiba D-VR610KU model
My Toshiba D-VR610KU model IS old, but when I looked up this problem on Google several websites said that this Toshiba model WAS made to play ntsc disks. If that is true, how do I get it to work ? Thanx
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ACCORDING TO THE TECH AT TOSHIBA: THE UNIT MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE TV BY AN HDMI CABLE FOR THE DVD PART & (ON THE BACK-RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE COMBO) YOU NEED TO CONNECT A SET OF THE RED/WHITE/YELLOW CABLES FROM (VIDEO) "OUT" OF THE COMBO & "IN" TO THE RED/WHITE/YELLOW TV(AV-1) PORTS FOR THE VCR PART TO WORK.
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Based on information provided by the manufacturer, this specific model (Toshiba D-VR610) was built to meet NTSC standards. Due to the similarities between the NTSC and PAL-M formats, this model should be able to support both types of video tapes, but remember that you will most likely need to use a TV that shares the same format as the tape being played to avoid a "washed out" or monochrome image.
Additionally please keep in mind that because this player supports the NTSC format, it was most likely built for use with Region 1 (U.S. and Canada) DVD's only. While some manufacturers do provide region-free support in their players, you would need to speak with Toshiba directly for more information regarding the availability of this feature.