Using lcd-tv in USA

  phpottinga 18:47 18 Nov 06
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I am considering buying an LCD-TV. One of my concerns is that I could move to the US in the next year, and obviously want to be able to use my tv there as well. Many tv's have NTSC playback, but that is being descibed as being able to playback US DVD and Video content. Does that also mean though that I will be able to hook my tv up to satellite/ cable in US and watch everything. I think it is, but want to confirm before I shell out the money. Attached link is example: click here

  Vangeliska 19:50 18 Nov 06

Will be a waste of time and money. Broadcast standards are different, so the Tuner won't work.
U.S uses 120V 60hz we use 220V 50hz.
You will get bigger screen size for less money in the U.S. so why bother shipping anyway?

  Stuartli 22:01 18 Nov 06

Although it would not be worthwhile taking a UK set to the States, the prices are not all that much different judging by this Sears link:

click here

where a $1,710 32in Sony is the equivalent of £902.

Sony doesn't (obviously) sell the particular model in the UK. See:

click here*

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