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Multisystem and Worldwide Compatible TVs

Multisystem LCD TV's are PAL, SECAM, NTSC worldwide compatible. Our multi-system LCD TVs, multi-system Plasma TV are 1080P high-definition and HD ready also have HDMI inputs and do not require a converter box. All our Multi System LCD TV's are 110-220 volts 50/60 HZ for use anywhere!

Various Formats Multisystem TVs Can Do

Selecting a Multisystem TV is a difficult process, but understanding the various formats of an LCD TV is important to take full advantage of a system. A decent television is capable of delivering clear pictures through formats utilized around the world, such as NTSC, PAL and SECAM. These formats are utilized across the globe due to their relatively low demand within the US. Americans watch US videos and DVDs rather that a fully-optimized system, but the correct choice is versatile for those over-seas.

PAL, or phasing alternate line, is normally utilized within Europe, Africa and Asia, and DVD users should understand PAL’s alternative voltage and lines with reference to NTSC formats, as a DVD player running on an LCD Multi-system TV can play both formats. These formats are interchangeable, and each PAL offers complete compatibility with any devices requiring either format.

Meanwhile, NTSC stands for National Television System Committee. The National Television System Committee created the format, and it is featured across South America, Central America, the US and Japan across more than one LCD Multi-system TV. DVD buyers should note differences between NTSC and PAL, as not every DVD player supports each format. NTSC was created to solve the conflict created from the introduction of the analog television within the United States, and it was routinely alternated across the years to accommodate for color television, 3d TV and digital TV

SECAM stands for Sequential Coleur Alev Memoire, and it also means Sequential color with memory. SECAM is used in France, and it was the first full-color television featured in Europe. SECAM was created in 1956 while color TV still had low sales. It was introduced to Eastern Europe, Belgium, the Middle East and the Soviet Union. However, many Eastern European countries have since swapped to PAL format. However, while the PAL format is preferred, it's not uncommon to see SECAM, even today, within households.

Multisyetm TV, NTSC, PAL, and SECAM map

With the many available formats, selecting the correct 3D TV, Plasma TV, LED TV or LCD TV is easy, and the system can effectively switch between the many formats available on all of them. A Multisystem TV is purchasable over-seas, and customers can experience enhanced satisfaction derived from a many-format system. Often, families and businesses require a system capable of delivering both pleasure and work-related viewings on an able-bodied medium. A television capable of supporting multiple formats is required.

Each format is interchangeable, so customers needn’t worry when selecting the correct version. Each format correctly utilizes the systems needed to release quality textures available with most systems, like a traditional TV or a LED TV, and even plasma TV formats are supported. Selecting a LED Multisystem TV might seem stressful at first, as there are many components to choose from, and as it utilizes many features across a wide-spread selection, but each system is both efficient and easy-to-use with proper instruction guidance.

We at 110220Volts are proud to offer this product that is otherwise very hard to obtain in the US. Browse our selection of Multisystem TVs and find yours today!