Different countries support different types of television standards: NTSC, PAL, or SECAM. The NTSC acronym stands for National Television Standards Committee, and this standard was developed in the USA. It is one of the oldest standards available with picture resolutions of 720 x 480, 704 x 480, 352 x 240 and 352 x 480. Some countries that also use this standard include the Netherlands, Columbia, Ecuador, Honduras, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, and Taiwan. Meanwhile PAL (which stands for Phase Alternating Line) was developed in the UK and Germany. Countries using this standard include China, India, Germany, Jordan, Malaysia, the Maldives, Singapore, Thailand, the UK and the UAE. The last standard is SECAM, which means Sequential Couleur a Memoire. It was developed in France. Mauritius, Monaco, Morocco, Greece, Haiti, Hungary, Vietnam and Iran are some of the countries using this standard. Because televisions are designed according to the standard where they will be used, it’s likely that your TV is restricted based on location. Don’t worry—you can always purchase a multisystem Smart TV.
A Multisystem Smart TV can be used anywhere
A multisystem television is really a plug-and-play device; you can bring this product anywhere in the world and it will run perfectly no matter what the standard. One of the smart TVs you can consider is the Samsung UA-46H7000, which can run NTSC, PAL BG, PAL I, SECAM BG and DK/PAL standards. It has a 46-inch screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution. Since it is a Samsung product, you are assured of high-quality images and videos as well as durability in design.
A Multisystem TV also has dual input voltage
A multisystem TV is intended to be used in almost any place at any time. This is why such products have added features like dual input voltage, enabling them to run on either 110/120V or 220/240V. You will not have to worry about accidentally plugging the TV directly into the outlet when you transfer to another country because multisystem TVs have multiple voltage inputs.