Further to what 57 said, many disc players don't care whether your discs are PAL or NTSC, or what region your discs may be coded for; if desired, they can convert format too. Many panel displays sold here will also handle both PAL and NTSC if required (i.e. player doesn't convert). VHS or other gear that uses synchronous motors would be an issue though (50Hz vs 60Hz).Yes I realize that, but you do not have PAL TV's & DVD players, so we are bringing them with us. Some other gear that cannot be found locally for the prices we bought them also need tx's.
That's often true for mobile electronics (cell phone chargers, laptops etc.) and universal power supplies found in PC's, but generally not the case for AV components. Still, it's a good suggestion and worth checking if your devices have a 110/220 switch on the back.Look at the specs for your electronic equipment, some electronics are rated 100 - 240 VAC.