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Multisystem TVs Provide Global Flexibility

multisystem tvs for global flexibilityWhen we think of our TV, we usually don't worry wonder whether or not it will work in another country or a far-away part of the world. In fact, that idea probably never crosses the minds of most people, even though most of us own one or more TVs. Our TV is something that we use in our home for entertainment - there's no need or desire to travel with it, right? Well, not completely.
In this day and age many of us are traveling the world, relocating for retirement, heading overseas for temporary business arrangements, careers, and the like. A growing number of businesses are also attending an increasing number of trade shows in different regions of the world. But where does the multisystem TV fit in to all of this? First you need to understand what a multisystem TV is and how it works.
A Multisystem TV is a TV set that's been professionally modified for global compatibility. When you purchase a TV in your home country, that TV is designed to work with the standards used in that country - from the electrical voltage to the standard color system. If you tried to take your TV overseas - let's say from the US to Europe - you'd be in for a big surprise. Not only does Europe use a different voltage that isn't compatible with your North American TV, they also use a completely different color system. This means you'd need both an external voltage converter and an external video converter just to use your TV. While it might not be a major problem since most people don't travel the world with their TV set, it's a problem that's more common than you might think.
If you're in the market for a new TV but know you'll be relocating overseas for retirement in 6 months, is it smart to buy a new TV or should you wait until you arrive at your destination and purchase one there? If you need a TV for a tradeshow display in China, should you purchase a TV in in China or should you bring one along and have to deal with compatibility issues? If you want a specific model of TV that's not available in your country, should you order one from the US along with a voltage transformer and video converter so it can be used? The answer to all of those questions is no. A multisystem TV is the simple and effective solution to all of these situations.
Multisystem TVs are equipped for any voltage, from 110 to 240 volts. This allows them to be used in any country, in any region of the world. All you have to do is flip a switch to select the proper voltage and the TV is ready to go. They also feature internal video converters which gives them compatibility with any color system (Pal, NTSC, Secam). This ensures that they'll work with the local cable or satellite TV systems in any region of the world. There's no need for the extra cost and messy wires that come with voltage converters and video converters. The Multisystem TV is ready to plug & play, anywhere in the world, at any time.
It's important to note that Multisystem TVs are not available in department stores or popular retailers. These are specialty products that have been professionally modified by experts and are available only from reputable retailers dealing in international electronics. These retailers will generally offer the same brands and models as your favorite electronics stores, with the only difference being that the unit is modified for global use. The other good news is that while there's a slight price increase for a multisystem TV compared to the same non-multisystem model, the price is negligible given the global flexibility. You're buying a unit that can be taken anywhere without any compatibility issues, guaranteed. That is the value of a Multisytem TV. It's all about convenience, flexibility and savings.
As specialists in international electronics and Multisystem TVs for over 35 years, we have a huge selection of the top brand names and the most popular models. Due to our large volume of sales, we're also able to guarantee the lowest prices anywhere. For more information on multisystem TVs or to browse our inventory, visit our website here.