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Promoted item:Let It Ride NEW PAL Cult DVD Joe Pytka Richard Dreyfuss David Johansen Teri Garr

Let It Ride NEW PAL Cult DVD Joe Pytka Richard Dreyfuss David Johansen Teri Garr

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About Pal Movies

In many parts of Europe and Asia, PAL is the predominant video display standard. Consequently, all of the DVDs from these locations are in the PAL video format. In addition, many of the DVDs released in these countries are region coded so they cannot be watched outside of that area of the world.For serious movie fans, this can be quite disappointing. Many times, movies that are released in the UK are not released over in North America at the same time, and vice versa. But, if someone in North America owned a region free DVD player that could convert PAL into NTSC, he could watch any DVD in the PAL or NTSC format, regardless of its region or country of origin.When DVD players first hit store shelves they were priced astronomically by today's standards. A few years ago, the same was true for region free DVD players that could convert PAL into NTSC. But like most types of technology, the prices for these DVD players have been steadily declining, and are now in the $100 price range.Although these DVD players have 'special powers,' they are by no means any more difficult to use. In fact, if you were to pop a PAL DVD in a region free PAL-to-NTSC player, it would detect the video format, and then convert the video signal automatically. So, even if you are a little intimidated by technology, it will in no way hinder you from enjoying a variety of films from around the world if you purchase the right PAL-to-NTSC video converter DVD player.