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modifying Pioneer LD player for "real NTSC output"

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Anonymous
February 7, 2005 7:26:45 PM

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Hi, I found a simple online diagram showing how to modify a CLD-1450 for
give "real NTSC output".. two quick questions.

1) What exactly does "real NTSC" mean? what's the difference??

2) Can it be done to a LD-V2200 industrial player?

Thanks! I'm pretty curious about this one.
-Mike
Anonymous
February 8, 2005 2:41:54 AM

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"half_eaten" <half_eaten@nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Hi, I found a simple online diagram showing how to modify a CLD-1450
> for
> give "real NTSC output".. two quick questions.
>
> 1) What exactly does "real NTSC" mean? what's the difference??

The 1450 was a European PAL laserdisc player. Sounds like somebody
modified it to also play NTSC discs.

> 2) Can it be done to a LD-V2200 industrial player?

You don't need it.
February 8, 2005 11:01:46 AM

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>> Hi, I found a simple online diagram showing how to modify a CLD-1450
>> for
>> give "real NTSC output".. two quick questions.
>>
>> 1) What exactly does "real NTSC" mean? what's the difference??
>
> The 1450 was an European PAL laserdisc player. Sounds like somebody
> modified it to also play NTSC discs.
Nope.... a standard 1450 does play NTSC (and PAL) discs but it converted the
NTSC signal to Pseudo-PAL (PAL on 60Hz).
The 'real NTSC' output just means that they modified the 1450 so it also
outputs NTSC/60Hz.

>> 2) Can it be done to a LD-V2200 industrial player?
>
> You don't need it.
>
!