NTSC/PAL Sony DAVS550

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Craig T, Nov 1, 2003.

  1. Craig T

    Craig T Guest

    Hi

    Any help would sooo be appreciated! am from the UK
    Looked round loads of websites and newsgroups, so last resort..!
    Just had my region 2 DAVS550 region hacked to open up all regions.. as far
    as i know it outputs pal-pal and ntsc-ntsc only
    i have had a few dvd players and have an idea whats going on..!
    my sony is connected to a portable TV in my room at the mo (when i move out,
    it will be fine on a big TV i know!) the portable is a (6/7 years old)
    panasonic with just one scart in..dont think its Svid or RGB
    pal plays fine..but NTSC is really red and green.. ( i am sure there is a
    techie term!).. i presumed that it would b black and white if it wasnt going
    to work.. its very like the PS2 playing back NTSC..
    is there any thing i can do to make do while its in this room?

    Cheers
    Craig
    Craig T, Nov 1, 2003
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