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Iam looking to buy a Calibration DVD by Digital Video Essentials and seems theirs a Pal version and a NTSC version, Iam stumped on which one to buy, I have a Toshiba 34HF85 and Directv HD, any help would be greatly apreciated, thanks..

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What is the TV standard used where you live?
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Iam not sure, I live in WV how do I find out.

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NTSC is for North America ...
PAL is europe ... generally ...

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Ive been in the service menu of my Tosiba 27A33, but I didnt mess with anything, I just need to fix my bent picture on my 34inch after that Ill straighten up the 27inch. Does the DVE dvd have something in it to correct the bent look, the colors look fine.. Iam just anal about everything and so far I havent seen a perfect TV, I can find something wrong with anything LOL.

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Greetings

There are no perfect TVs.

The discs provide patterns ... nothing that fixes anything in an of itself. An overscan chart will show you straight lines and boxes ... how you fix that is up to you.

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