QUOTE(death trap @ Feb 15 2006, 03:01 AM)
Most TVs built after about 1995 in the uk support both 50Hz and 60Hz. Ive owened 8 different tvs since 95 and all but a matsui 14" portable supported 60Hz, I guess you've just been unlucky with your tv.
You can get a 28" widescreen for under £100 if you hunt about on the net, I'm currently enjoying DOA4 on a 28" widesreen that cost less that two xbox games.
Quoted for the truth, but actually PAL60 is from 1987 or at least that is the first TV I've had that supported it via RGB scart.
I guess if you buy the cheapest each time you can succeed in getting a non PAL60 tv up until around 1995 afterwhich any TV with a scart or s-video input supports PAL60 and even direct NTSC via composite and RF.
The poster has managed to fool alot of people into thinking this is some sort of issue, when infact either his knowledge of which input his TV requires to support PAL60 is lacking or he's just bitching because his grandma TV doesnt support it.
edit: according to the VERY lacking specs in the link you posted, it should support NTSC through RF or even composite (though would require a switch in the menus if no autodetection) and even has a D-SUB VGA input that you can use.. just get the VGA cable!This post has been edited by Joergen: Feb 15 2006, 09:31 PM