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 What is the difference between NTSC and HDTV?

Answer NTSC was an older analog standard. The new standard is ATSC.HDTV's have the ability to display a broadcast resolution of 1080i/720p which can be achieved using the ATSC tuner that is built into mos... Read More »
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Can pal system work on ntsc hdtv?

PAL is the color encoding system used for standard definition television in the UK and Europe while NTSC is the color encoding system for standard definition television in North America. In Europe... Read More »
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What is the difference between PAL NTSC?

PAL and NTSC are both standards for the encoding of color television signals into a single wire. They were developed in the 1950s and have remained unchanged ever since. Although they both do the... Read More »
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Is there a difference between HDTV and HDTV Integrated in 2007?

HDTV integrated is probably just marketing talk (written on the box) for HDTV. It means the same thing. HDTV is a new format that has higher resolution, higher clarity, and is all digital. TV stati... Read More »
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The Difference Between NTSC & PAL Formats?

NTSC (National Television System Committee), and PAL (Phase Alternate Line) are different types of television signals. They are incompatible with one another, meaning that televisions that are capa... Read More »
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