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Moving TV and Appliances from US to Denmark

This may be a matter of opinion, but I'll give you my advice from personal experience. Buy everything there in Denmark. If your move is relatively temporary, as in just a couple of years, you can ...
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Moving TV and Appliances from US to Denmark

Some electronic appliances can work with both 110V 60hz and 220V 50hz (e.g. most laptop & phones power supplies, televisions, etc.) Check your TV specs: it may already be compatible with 220-240V ...
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How can I watch French TV programs on American internet?

The answer will be different for different kinds of content. YouTube has a ton of good stuff. It can be a good place to start, especially for old TV series. TV channels' own websites or apps have ...
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Moving TV and Appliances from US to Denmark

My colleague brought his TV from Canada to Denmark, and brought a transformer from Canada. The TV caught fire after about a week, we assume because the transformer wasn't adequate -- check the cost ...
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How frequent are Scart-compatible CRT TVs in Japan?

For your specific purpose it might simply be much easier to buy a converter, especially since they aren't too expensive. For example see this one: https://www.retrogamingcables.co.uk/european-scart-to-...
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Do differences between NTSC and PAL matter with modern TVs?

Most US televisions (including HDTVs) do not support 50Hz video. Name brand manufactures disable this capability. I suspect its because the US consumer market is very price competitive and they don'...
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How can I watch French TV programs on American internet?

I rely on Film On to see most of my European channels. SD watching is free, you pay for HD quality. The site is http://www.filmon.com for browser streaming, and they have got a pretty good and free ...
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How to get British Sky TV in Italy

Hi everyone we live in comano northern Italy. We have a 1.2 metre dish and a invacom quad lnb. We only use 1 feed for sky tv. We get bbc channels from approx 0700 to 1700 hrs. This also depends on ...
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Play DVD from US (non commercial) on UK DVD player or computer

If it was region locked, you would not be able to play the DVD at all (or gotten a warning that your DVD drive's region can only be changed 5 times). Therefore it is likely a video issue. If you're ...
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How to get British Sky TV in Italy

If you have a decent Internet connection its easy - Use Sky or UKTV4ITALIA If you want a real or normal TV experience watching through your TV, UKTV4ITALIA do a box that you plug into your hdmi port ...
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