And if your DVD player can play PAL DVDs and if the display can accept PAL video you can also store settings for PAL DVDs if you use the PAL DVE. It's possible there may be slight differences in calibration when playing PAL vs NTSC. Most flat panels are sold worldwide and can accept both PAL and NTSC video. However I don't think this is the case for DVD players and it only makes sense if the player is region free.
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