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Subject: VCr compatibility

Date: 12/20/99
Posted by: Arijit Mukherjee
E-mail: parj(at)netscape(dot)net(no spam)
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Hi, I am wondering whether the VCR I have in the U.K. will work in India. Flat to round pin plug problem can be sorted out, and there is no problem regarding voltage and color coding - as both countries use PAL (or is there one???? - versions of PAL - i don't know such minor differences between the system in the 2 countries). My main concern is the channel system in use - UK uses British system, while India uses West european one. Don't know whether the frequencies are hard coded into the VCR - in which case, tuning the channels will be a problem in India. I have a MATSUI VCR, and the user documentation does not say anything about this. Could anybody provide me such info please, Thanks a lot in anticipation, Arijit

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