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Old 04-24-2011, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by big bob View Post
Yarp. But you need to solve the NTSC/PAL issue. Have a google around to see what the TV tuner AV IN and OUT work on, it's probably NTSC. Jochen will know. Obviously you want to standardise on something so everything works.
To change the AV-IN setting, simply select AV, then press the right-hand control knob for the settings menu, and change the system to what you want. This affects AV-IN only, so you can eg watch PAL TV and change to AV-IN and watch NTSC from a DVD player.

All of the above is for the standard BMW TV tuner.
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:35 PM
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Hi I would like to thank you both for all your help and patience over the pass few weeks I've managed to do what I set out to do many many many thanks here a pic proof lol
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