The following article was rejected by the list server due to unrecognized sender e-mail address. Thanks for the clarification, Rod. From: "Rod Gasson" <email@example.com> Subject: Re: 1001027-04 adaptor Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 19:33:29 +1030 >I don't have net access at home, but this morning I remembered to dig the >closet. My PAL-I modulator is 1001027-04. When I connect it to a PAL-B >or PAL-G TV set (I don't know what the exact difference is, maybe one of >them means VHF-I or VHF-III and the other means UHF), it produces noise in >the sound output. >From memory : PAL-B = PAL encoding, sound carrier @5.5Mhz VHF-I PAL-G = PAL encoding, sound carrier @5.5Mhz UHF PAL-I = PAL encoding, sound carrier @6.0Mhz UHF The noise in the sound output that you mention is due to the different sound carrier frequency between PAL-B/G and PAL-I. Cheers Rod Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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