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NTSC means frequency of 60Hz
PAL is frequency of 50Hz
If you run a game from a different region and you get bad quality video (like black and white), your tv doesn't support that region
 

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Ok i'll try to see if any of my TV's support pal......the one in my room doesn't cause I remember I accidentally ran a PS2 NTSC as PAL and the screen kept flickering and I had to shut my PS2 off to get it to work right
 

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tj_cool said:
NTSC means frequency of 60Hz
PAL is frequency of 50Hz
If you run a game from a different region and you get bad quality video (like black and white), your tv doesn't support that region


I have a PAL TV and by default always at a frequency of 60Hz dosnt matter what i use.
 

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colinwatson1 said:
tj_cool said:
NTSC means frequency of 60Hz
PAL is frequency of 50Hz
If you run a game from a different region and you get bad quality video (like black and white), your tv doesn't support that region


I have a PAL TV and by default always at a frequency of 60Hz dosnt matter what i use.
And that is where Pal50 and Pal60 come in
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