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Topic # 88624 19-Aug-2011 14:34
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Just wondering if FreeView BuiltIn TV work in India?
Planning to take a 26" TV to India. But having a doubt if it will work in India
Is there any difference in the transmission frequency between India and New Zealand?

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  Reply # 509062 19-Aug-2011 15:41
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Any particular reason? Is it the tramission Frequency?
My brother brought a Flat TV to India from Dubai and works fine. I think the transmission frequency is almost similar

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 509095 19-Aug-2011 17:13
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jogralds2002: Any particular reason? Is it the tramission Frequency?
My brother brought a Flat TV to India from Dubai and works fine. I think the transmission frequency is almost similar


I guess the Analogue Tuner will probably work OK as NZ is PAL B/G and India is Pal B.
Doesn't appear to be any Freeview in India so the Digital Tuner won't work. Would probably be wrong format and channel spacing if they did have Freeview anyway.
Presumably the flat TV from Dubai was Analogue only??
As Freitasm says, really would ba a waste of time.

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