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    Hi, I'm in INDIA comes under blu ray Region C, I need your suggestion for my idea. I wanna watch region B and region C blu ray movies. Can i connect two blu ray player Region B & Region C to my Led tv, but i will use only one player at a time. Both region comes under PAL. Will there be any problem for me while connecting Region B blu ray player to my tv and watch Region B movies?
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    I'm not looking for splitter, I have a LED TV purchased in INDIA (INDIA blu ray region C), can i connect Region B blu ray player to my tv and watch Region B blu ray movies without any problem.
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    Yes, as long as players and tv are compatible with the media's national system/format (NTSC/PAL). Or vice-versa.

    Btw, tv does not worry about/apply to region coding, that is only particular to DVD and BD players.

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    Thanks for your reply.Our INDIAN tv system is PAL B, whereas if I purchase UK Region B blu ray disc to view in my tv (UK TV standard is PAL I) Will there be any problem.


    kindly see the differences between PAL B and PAL I in below linkhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PAL
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    Originally Posted by vishnuvardan19 View Post
    Thanks for your reply.Our INDIAN tv system is PAL B, whereas if I purchase UK Region B blu ray disc to view in my tv (UK TV standard is PAL I) Will there be any problem.


    kindly see the differences between PAL B and PAL I in below linkhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PAL
    This applies to the BROADCAST system. Kindly read what Cornucopia said. You only need to worry about PAL and region/zone codes.
    PAL is PAL.
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    Thanks a lot sir. Now I'm clear with your answer, so without any hesitation I gonna buy a region B Blu ray player and Region B movies to watch in my television.

    Hope, only drawback is I need to plug the audio &tv connections with Region B or Region C player which i gonna use at that time.




    Tons of thanks!!!
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