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  • Everything You Need to Know About Multi-System TVs

    everything you need to know about multisystem tvsWhat is a Multi-System TV?
    What is a Multi-system TV? That's a good question! Multi-system TVs are units that have been professionally modified for global functionality. They're designed to work with any voltage (110 to 240 volts) and with any color system (Pal, NTSC, or Secam), giving you more flexibility than the standard models that are manufactured to work only in the regions in which they're sold. They also work with any type of cable or satellite TV service, because the internal Pal/NTSC/Secam conversion ensures that the TV is compatible with the signal being delivered from the service provider. There's no need for a voltage transformer or video converter - just plug and play, anywhere in the world. If you're traveling for trade shows, relocating overseas, or looking for a specific brand and model that you cannot find locally, a Multi-system TV is the perfect solution.
     
    What Brands and Models Are Available?
    Multi-system TVs are available in nearly any brand and model you can imagine. They're not sold in major department stores, but the retailers who modify and sell Multi-system TVs can modify any model out there and usually have a great selection. From smaller 32-inch models up to the monstrous 70-inch TVs, and from basic 1080p HD to a 4K Ultra-HD Smart TV with Wi-Fi, there's a broad range of options to choose from. You're sure to find something that suits your home theater needs.
     
    How Much Does a Multi-System TV Cost?
    Since a Multi-system TV has been modified by a third-party and features extra functionality, there is an additional cost over the traditional model of the same TV. However, the cost isn't excessive and it's actually well worth the investment if you need the extra flexibility. To give a decent comparison, you can buy the LG 65UH603U 65" Multi-system 4K Smart TV for $1,439. The regular model on LG's website is $1,299 so you're only paying about $140 more for full global functionality from a 65-inch Smart TV - not a bad deal at all. In fact, depending where you live, you might be able to buy the multisystem model from our online store and have it shipped to your door for the same price as buying the normal model at a local store.
     
    Do Multi-System TVs Feature a Warranty?
    Most manufacturers don't honor the factory warranty on a TV that has been modified by a third-party. However, any reliable and honest retailer of Multi-system TVs will have faith in their work and offer the same or similar warranty to that of the manufacturer. Usually this is limited to a 1-year warranty, the same offered by a manufacturer.
     
    Where Can I Shop for Multi-System TVs?
    Again, Multi-system TVs are not available in major department stores and electronics retailers. It's important to purchase a model that's specifically advertised as multi-system and to purchase from a reputable retailer. Many people see a certain model of TV available from a multi-system retailer online, and then purchase that same model in a local store only to be disappointed that what they bought doesn't feature multi-system capability. The only units that feature multi-system capabilities are the models that have been modified - after the factory - for this special functionality. To shop a huge selection of Multi-system TVs from the comfort of your home, take a trip over to our website. You can learn more about the different models and find something with the features you're looking for. We guarantee the lowest prices and we'll ship to nearly any country in the world.

  • No, 1080p Full HD Is Not Dead Yet!

    1080p full hd isn't dead yetOf course all the hype right now is about 4k Ultra-HD TVs and Blu-ray. It's a higher resolution than 1080p Full HD and delivers a phenomenal clarity, but is it really worth it? The honest answer is yes, it's worth it. However, that doesn't mean that 1080p HD is dead. In fact, 1080p delivers an extremely clear picture, and many movies are still being produced at this resolution. Both DVD and Blu-ray still have a massive market for 1080p HD discs, and it doesn't look like that's going to end anytime soon.
     
    The question is this - do you really need 4k UHD? No, you don't. And unless it really really matters to you, you'd be better off saving your cash. We specialize in Multi-system TVs and Region-Free Players, so if anything we'd want you to purchase the latest and greatest technology at a higher price, right??? Wrong.
     
    We have a lot of really great deals on Multisystem Full HD Smart TVs, which means you can get a lot more for your budget when compared to 4k models. For example, check out the LG 55LF550 55-inch HD TV, which we're selling for just $699. It's a great TV, and it has all you need for watching TV, Blu-ray, or DVDs. While it's not a smart TV, nearly all Blu-ray Players feature Wi-Fi and streaming media. In other words, if you have a fairly new Blu-ray player you won't miss out on any of the features you love, like audio sharing and bluetooth connectivity. So yes, with a 1080p HD TV you can have a newer, larger TV and enjoy all the features you want without spending 30% to 50% more.
     
    In contrast, check out the LG 55UH603 55-inch 4k Smart TV, which costs $1,040. It's an excellent TV for the price, but do you really need to pay $350 more for a 4K model? Do you really need it? The choice is yours.
     
    Did you see the film 'The Raid 2', pictured above? Remember the amazing camera work and intense fight scenes? That film was 1080p HD, proving that Full HD is still totally acceptable quality.
     
    Whatever your choice is, we're happy to help you find the right Multisystem TV. We're not against 4k - we love 4k... We just like to keep our customers aware and let them know that it's okay if you don't have a TV with the latest technology. 1080p Full HD is not dead yet, and we'll continue to bring you the best deals out there so you can spend your hard-earned money wisely.

  • Multisystem Curved Screen TVs: A New Level of Depth

    multisystem curved screen tvMany of us consider our home theater to be an important part of our home. With the launch of curved "flatscreen" TVs a couple years ago, interest in this new technology spiked rather quickly. While curved screen smart TVs are not so "new" anymore, many of us don't really understand the benefits of the design. Let's take a look at what a curved screen offers, and finally, why you need to consider a Multisystem Curved Screen Smart TV.
     

    Better Depth and Immersion

    The curved screen design pulls the sides of the picture slightly closer to your eyes. This wrap-around effect helps the image seem more deep and lifelike by putting more of the image into your peripheral field of view. In some ways, it provides a look similar to 3D. While nothing is actually protruding from the screen, the picture itself is contoured towards you, delivering the increased perception of depth. Some models of curved screen TVs even have partial adjustments to the contrast in strategic areas of the screen to further improve the depth.
     

    Improved Contrast, Larger Field of View

    Due to their concave design, curved screen TVs naturally focus more light towards your eyes, improving contrast by up to 1.5 times. Flat screen TVs with the same level of contrast cannot focus the same amount of light into the eye, leaving the curved design as the definitive victor in the contrast department. The filed of view is also improved, but this is an issue of perspective. The curved screen produces the illusion of a wider screen, even if compared to an equally sized flat screen TV. A wider screen gives a larger picture, and this is what we see when viewing a curved screen.
     

    Uniformity

    The curved design seems to mesh better with the rounded shape of our eyes. The mellow curved shape provides improved sharpness and consistency, even at the edges and the very corners of the screen. With flat screen TVs, we sacrifice consistency that we never really knew we were missing. Once you try comparing a picture between a 65 or 70-inch flat screen and curved screen, it becomes quickly apparent that the curved screen delivers a better, clearer, more intense and higher focus image for our eyes.
     

    Multisystem Curved Screen TVs

    Why multisystem and what is it? Multisystem TVs are not limited by voltage or color formats and can be used anywhere win the world. Functional with any voltage from 110 to 240 volts, the multisystem curved screen TV offers better flexibility for global use and universal compatibility. With internal color conversion and tuners for PAL, NTSC and Secam, there's no doubt that a multisystem model is your best bet.
     
    Multisystem Curved Screen TVs are professionally modified units that are not available in major retailers or department stores. The multisystem versions are available in nearly any brand and model, but must be bought from a retailer who specializes in this technology. With over 35 years of experience in multisystem electronics and TVs, we're just one of the many trusted resources for purchasing a multisystem curved screen TV.

  • Global Electronics for International Use: What You Need to Know

    global electronics for international useAll electronics are not created equal. In fact, around the world - even if you purchase the same brand and model - there are various differences in both construction and performance. Not always visible to the naked eye, these differences can make or break your ability to utilize your electronics in other parts of the world.
     

    Most Electronics are NOT Universal

    While it might not be common knowledge to the average person, the truth is that most electronics are not designed for global use. From the different standards in voltage to the multiple audio & video formats used in various countries, there are many obstacles to overcome if you plan to purchase or use your electronics in other countries. With the exception of laptops - which usually feature a power adapter that works with any voltage - nearly all electronics are only useful in the country or region where they were purchased. While it's possible to use your devices in other regions of the world, it will usually require expensive converters, adapters, and a lot of messy cables.
     

    The Voltage Problem

    Voltage is just one of the many issues with electronics. The voltage problem also applies to personal devices and kitchen appliances; anything that uses electricity. While North America uses 120 volts, Europe uses 220 volts. This difference in voltage means that your US electronics will receive an overdose of electricity if used in Europe (which is very dangerous), while European-bought electronics won't have enough electricity to function properly. Either situation can result in damaged devices, fire, or even electrical shock.
     

    Color Systems and Formatting Issues

    Color systems are another issue, and something that we would hardly ever think to consider. TVs and blu-ray players use specific formatting to encode and decode the information that displays the image. The 3 main color systems around the world are PAL, NTSC, and Secam. Each color system is specific and it's not possible to use a PAL TV with a NTSC Blu-ray Player. PAL, NTSC, and Secam models are respectively manufactured and sold to regions that utilize those formats and are not cross-compatible without expensive converters.
     

    Disc Playback and Region Coding Problems

    This issue is similar to the rest but it only applies to DVD and Blu-ray Players. There are 3 different "regions" of Blu-ray and 7+ regions for DVD discs. In each region, the players are coded to read discs that originate from that region only. For example, Region 1 DVDs are only compatible with region 1 DVD Players. The reason for this is mainly to prevent copyright issues, minimize pirating, and to ensure timely release dates and fair prices in various parts of the world. Another aspect is political and religious environments in which much censorship demands that certain versions of media are not available, especially if they are deemed to violent or provocative.
     

    How to Solve it all?

    There is a simple solution to all of the challenges faced by traveling, purchasing, and using electronics from around the world. After all, it should be easy enough to simply plug & play without the headaches, right? Actually, it's much easier than you think.
     
    Multisystem electronics, global electronics and region-free players unlock the universal potential of your devices to guarantee compatibility regardless of where you are in the world. Specially, professionally modified and not available in major retailers, these units feature hardware/software advancements that give them the global flexibility and functionality that the manufacturers should have given you since the start.
     
    Multisystem TVs feature updated internal components and specialized software that allows them to work with any color system. They can also work with any voltage - all you need to do is flip a switch on the TV to change from 120 to 220 volts. This lets you use your TV with a Blu-ray Player from anywhere in the world, and to utilize the local cable TV without a mess of extra wiring and pricey video conversion gadgets. Region-Free DVD and Region-Free Blu-ray Players allow you to play discs from anywhere, on any TV (even non-multisystem TVs), with any electrical voltage from 110 to 240 volts. Universal personal devices such as curling irons and razors are compatible with any voltage, relieving you from any worries about a fire or damaging your device.
     
    The best part about these global, multisystem, and region-free electronics is that you can choose from your favorite brands and the latest models. It's important to find an experienced retailer who specializes in these modified units because they are not available in department stores or major retailers. They are professionally modified to give you the global flexibility that you deserve and most of them feature the same manufacturer's warranty.
     
    With over 35 years of experience in global electronics and international relocation, we're an authority on traveling with electronics. We carry a wide selection of electronics and appliances intended for global use, as well as hard-to-find 220 volt electronics from the top brand names. From washers and dryers to refrigerators, ranges and kitchen appliances to 4K TVs and the latest in Blu-ray technology, we specialize in giving you the best brands at the best prices - all with the confidence of global compatibility.
     
    Our reputation speaks for itself, and we take pride in that. Make your life easier by shopping with us today. If you're planning to move overseas, we'll even give you a free, no-hassle consultation to explain how we can make your move, your life, and your future easier with our specialty services.

  • 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.

  • Multisystem TVs for Global Use

    multisystem tvs for global useMultisystem TVs are one of those products that seem to make everything easier. Are you planning to live abroad? Are you planning to relocate or retire internationally? Do you own a yacht or RV that utilizes 220 volt electricity? Are you in a 220 or 240 volt country and looking for the best selection and the best prices? Look no further, we have exactly what you're looking for.
     
    Our huge selection of multisystem TVs includes a wide variety of models from the top brand names. These TVs are designed and professionally modified to work with any voltage and any color format, which means you can take them anywhere in the world and they will work flawlessly without the need for any type of converter. This isn't possible with the average TV. If you purchase a TV at your local electronics store, you'll also need to buy a voltage converter and audio/video converter for the TV to work properly in a foreign country. This means extra expenses and a bunch of messy and unsightly wiring that you'd probably rather not deal with. With a multisystem TV, it's plug and play. There's nothing more needed.
     

    Our Selection of Multisystem TVs

    We stock an enormous selection of Multisystem TVs. In fact, we carry many more than most electronics and home theater stores. Best of all, we do a high volume of business which allows us to offer the best prices anywhere, guaranteed. Whether you're looking for a budget option or something exquisite and high-end, we have a TV for you. When you shop with us, you're able to choose from the world's most popular brands including Toshiba, Samsung, Sony, LG, Panasonic, Sharp, Hitachi and more. From simple 32-inch HD Multisystem TVs to 70-inch 4K Multisystem TVs, you won't be disappointed. Our inventory includes the same models as your favorite stores, except the local store doesn't have globally compatible multisystem models like ours. We have plenty of sizes and the latest styles including 4K, 3D and curved-screen models so you can find the perfect fit your entertainment preferences.
     
    With such a vast inventory of brands and models, it's easy to find a multisystem TV with the features you demand for your home theater. Some of the available features include:
     
    • Worldwide Voltage (110 - 240 volts) for Global Use
    • Internal PAL/NTSC Conversion for Global Use
    • 4K Ultra-HD Resolution
    • 3D Ready
    • LED/LCD/Plasma
    • Dual Core and Quad Core Processing
    • Built In Wi-Fi
    • Streaming Media & Apps
    • DLNA Compatibility
    • USB Ports
    • HDMI Inputs/Outputs
    • Gaming Mode
    • Sports Mode
    • Curved Screen Design
    • Quantum Dot Display & PurColor Technology
    • Screen Mirroring
    • Smart Phone Remote Control Apps
    • Fully Adjustable Display
    • 24fps Frame-Rate
    • .....and much, much more!
     

    Get Your Multisytem TV Today

    With so many models, sizes and brands to choose from, it's difficult to get into too much detail. It's best that you see for yourself and view our selection here to see what we have available. You'll surely find a TV that's perfect for you, at a price you can afford. Best of all, you'll never have to worry about compatibility again!
     
    With over 35 years of experience, 220 Electronics serves an extensive amount of loyal customers from over 150 countries and counting. Our customer service specialists are here to help with anything you might need, from questions about a certain multisystem TV to help with shipping. You're going to get a quality product and quality service at the best prices anywhere, guaranteed.

  • Multisystem Smart TVs: 4k, 3D, Wi-Fi and More

    multisystem smart tvsIn the last few years we've seen many interesting advancements in TV technology. The introduction of Smart TVs into the market was the beginning of big change; namely the ability to incorporate your theater system into your home network (or vice versa), allowing for endless opportunities to share, sync, record, and upload all types of media - from your favorite movies to your music playlists, photo albums and more. What seemed impossible just 10 years ago is not only possible, it's now commonplace.
     
    The widespread use of smartphones over the last decade has resulted in a seemingly effortless ability to snap pictures, record video and share media on the go. But what good is this tech if it's limited to the smartphone??? Manufacturers began to take note of this, and in response they developed a whole new breed of TV to compliment the growing arena of mobile technology and on-demand media.
     
    While the Smart TV isn't necessarily breaking news, the technology continues to advance as top manufacturers continue to fine-tune their devices, employ improved features, and develop more effective user interfaces for consumers to enjoy. What began as TVs with semi-functional web browsers and a handful of hardly useful features has progressed into built-in Wi-Fi, thousands of apps, and the ability to use your smartphone to control your home theater from anywhere in your house. While some features are more useful than others, one thing is for sure - Smart TVs are here to stay, and they're only going to get better.
     
    While there's literally been an explosion of new features, there are a few major factors contributing to the growing success of the Smart TV. Let's take a look at them and how they've changed the home theater experience forever.
     

    Built In Wi-Fi

    One of the biggest advancements of all, built in Wi-Fi is responsible for the majority of a Smart TV's cutting edge features. When TVs first began to utilize internet connections, they were hardwired with an ethernet connection. While this was a neat feature to have, it was hardly a game changer. Limiting the user to web browsing and other basic tasks which were often painfully slow when compared to an actual computer, it lent very little in the realm of productivity.
     
    When Smart TVs began to feature built in Wi-Fi, it opened the doors for endless functionality. Combined with bluetooth, users can now send all types of media wirelessly across their home network, from their mobile devices to their TV with as little as a few clicks. Massive music libraries can be accessed from your TV screen and played on premium quality surround sound systems without the use of cables or adapters. Pictures from your recent vacation can be viewed by the whole family on a 60-inch screen. Instead of using your small mobile screen to show your friends that hilarious video you took, you can mirror it directly to your TV in high definition. You can even make video calls (with apps like Skype) to friends or family overseas directly from your TV - something we previously could only dream of.
     
    Although a wireless connection to the internet hardly seems like groundbreaking technology, it's paved the way for a new era in how we interact with our TV. If you want flexibility, ease of use, and access to the biggest & best selection of media & apps, built in Wi-Fi is a must have.
     

    3D Technology

    One of the most interesting feats in recent years is the explosion of 3D TVs into the home theater market. What used to be reserved for multi-million dollar IMAX theaters is now available right in your living room, delivering a rich, in-depth cinema experience that puts you closer to the action than ever before.
     
    Since production companies began to collaborate with TV and Blu-ray manufacturers, 3D movie titles have become more widely available and are now a favorite of many movie fans, especially for fast-paced, graphic packed action and adventure films.
     
    While the 3D TV experience requires the use of special glasses (usually included with the TV), it doesn't allow you to watch just anything in 3D. To enjoy this technology, you'll need to watch media that's been filmed & formatted for 3D. In other words, you can't simply watch football, the news, or your normal cable channels in 3D. On the upside, some of the most visually rich films of recent years (including many children's titles) are available for purchase in 3D Blu-ray format and an increasing number of specialty cable channels and streaming media services are beginning to offer 3D media for your viewing enjoyment.
     

    4K Ultra-HD

    One of the newest and most promising developments in the world of TV is the 4K Ultra-HD TV. The standard for as long as we can remember - 1080p HD - is now taking a backseat to the unfathomable clarity and depth offered by 4K resolution. The new 3840 x 2160 pixel format translates to double the resolution of standard HD, causing many to react with excitement and disbelief at how the crystal clear image produced by 1080P HD and Blu-ray technology could possibly be improved upon.
     
    While 4k technology has been available to the consumer for nearly 2 years, it got off to a rather slow start - mainly due to the lack of supporting media available for purchase. However, as film makers and production companies realized the demand for titles in 4K resolution, they began to deliver. Today, more and more movie titles are being offered in 4K and several major cable providers - as well as TV networks - have began to offer 4K services to their customers.
     
    One of the current issues with 4K Ultra HD is the delivery of content via streaming media services. With double the resolution of standard HD comes double the data. This means that your internet needs to transfer twice as much information. This can often be problematic for streaming services that buffer media and allow you to watch while the remainder is being downloaded in real-time. In recent months this issue is being dealt with via a variety of methods, including increased internet speeds for 4K use. So while your favorite youtube videos aren't yet available in 4K, the movie industry and many sports networks are already offering 4K Ultra HD in full swing. As 4K continues to develop in popularity and availability, it's going to leave 1080p as nothing but a distant memory. If you're in the market for a new TV, now's the time to make sure you purchase a 4k model.
     

    Multisystem TVs

    With all the new technology available, it's a shame that the one thing manufacturers aren't offering is a TV that can be used anywhere in the world. While it might seem like a trivial request to many people, we're living in a world where flexibility is paramount and international business has made travel into a lifestyle for many. Furthermore, the ability to research and communicate globally has ushered in a new generation of travelers and expatriates whose homes and destinations are often overseas. But what is one to do when their new TV isn't compatible in another country??? This issue is easily resolved and avoided with the purchase of a multi-system TV.
     
    Multisystem models are professionally modified units that are compatible with any voltage, from 110 volts to 240 volts. They also work with all major color systems such as PAL, NTSC and Secam, which means they'll work with a foreign cable box or Blu-ray player. There's no special adapters or converters necessary, everything comes built in to the unit. At a price not much higher than a normal TV and with all the standard features and capabilities of a Smart TV, a multisystem unit is an excellent investment for anyone planning to travel or relocate overseas. These models are also ideal for RVs and yachts, which generally operate with 220-volt electricity. They offer an unparallelled value and guaranteed compatibility, no matter where your travels take you.
     
    For more information on Multisystem Smart TVs, be sure to visit a trusted resource as these models are not available in department stores. As a distributor and retailer of multisystem electronics for over 35 years, 220-Electronics has the experience & inventory to meet your needs. In addition to our knowledge, we offer the guaranteed lowest prices anywhere.
     
    Visit our website today to browse from the top brand name Smart TVs, equipped with today's must-have features like Wi-Fi, 3D, and 4K Ultra-HD.

  • Multi-System TVs - Guaranteed to Work Anywhere in the World

    multi-system tvAre you relocating, working abroad or attending an international trade show for business? If so, a multi-system TV could prove to save you money, time, and lots of headaches.
     
    Multi-system TVs function just the same as a normal TV, but with a slight advantage - they can be used anywhere in the world.
     
    Normally, TVs are manufactured to operate only where they will be sold, meaning they only operate at a specific electrical voltage and with a certain color format. Since different countries are wired to use different standard voltages, a North American TV cannot be used overseas and a TV from overseas cannot be used in North America. Thankfully, multi-system televisions have overcome this obstacle with their ability work at any voltage (from 110 to 240 volts) and also with any color format (PAL, NTSC or Secam). These units have been professionally modified and are simple to operate - just plug & play like a normal TV.
     
    For those who are relocating to a foreign country soon, the multi-system option saves the hassle of shopping overseas where the language barrier may prove to be frustrating and where electronics will often cost more. Also, those who work or travel abroad on a yearly basis will find the multi-system capabilities to be indispensable from a convenience and economic standpoint. Lastly, if you're a business owner who attends foreign trade shows, a multi-system TV can eradicate the worries associated with taking electronics abroad and having to lug around bulky voltage converters or purchase expensive video converters.
     
    Multi-system televisions are available in practically any model of TV including all the major brand names. There are LED, LCD, and Plasma Multi-system TVs readily available for purchase. However, they're not produced with multi-system capabilities from the factory and must be professionally modified - therefor you won't find them at your favorite electronics store. At 220 Electronics, we carry all popular models of multi-system TVs including Sony, Sharp, LG, Samsung, Hitachi, Toshiba and more. Each TV has been professionally modified, is under warranty and is sold at the guaranteed lowest price in the world.
     
    If you're ready to simplify your life, check out our complete lineup of multi-system TVs at 220 Electronics. You'll be glad you did!

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