Re: Are HDTVs NTSC and/or PAL?
- From: "The dog from that film you saw" <dsb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2008 17:20:40 +0100
"Ricky Jimenez" <rickyjim@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:3oskc4hgva2hamuaai64aatr3u5be2e456@xxxxxxxxxx
It seems that you are saying two contradictory things. One, when I
try to send it PAL native, my RGB cables aren't really sending PAL
(what are they sending?). And two, the TV can't receive PAL signals.
I hope you can explain this. Do you think that using an all region
DVD player with an HDMI output, to feed my 2008, 1080P Samsung DLP,
wouldn't change anything? Thanks.
PAL is just a way of encoding the colour signal into the picture - as is NTSC.
when you use component you're sending the colour signal intact - colour is stored on the dvd in component form.
but even then, the dvd will contain either a 50 or 60 fields per second signal - that's what your tv can't cope with.
that fly...... is your magic wand....
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