Ahhhhh Ok. Now that makes sense.
That means my player can read the data from a R2 disk but cant convert to show that data on a 525 line, 30-frames per second rate NTSC TV because the PAL format plays movies at 625 lines at 25 frames a second!? Gausendheit!! I knew it was all about lines and frames!!!
Correct to add more. The frame size of NTSC DVD is 720x480 while PAL is 720x576
What DVD player can not only read a R2 disk and convert the signal to NTSC TV? Hmmm.
Philips DVD players: 727K, 626, 626. Pioneer 667A. Most generic DVD players: Nextbase, SAST, Extreme, etc. (about 3K each)
Oh well. I have a 1998 21" Sony Trinitron (kirara) tv. My suspicion is that its just NTSC. Cant find a manual nor does the panel of the TV show that its multi-system. Any thoughts about this?
I cant say, check the menu settings, if it is multi-system ther there an option to choose PAL or NTSC or Auto.
Now for a last question....whats the difference (in features) between the 700 pesos converter and the 3000 converter.
I really dont know, maybe the brand or the quality of converted video system. You know there are many types of PAL system: PAL-A, PAL-B, PAL-N, PAL-M, even SECAM... some converter supports all system while some are not...
All these is giving me a headache. Hehe. And the LOTR 1 and 2 cost 60 pounds or about P6,000 na. Should have bought it via amazon.
Try our very own Member Exchange Section. Baka makakuha ka ng better deal.
Thanks again. You know what, its a gud thing your a guy, otherwise ill try to hit on you and even ask you to dinner. hehehehe.
Dont bother, we are all here to help.