We had a recent discussion about NTSC, and there was a question how the TI looked like under PAL. I pulled my cardboard boxes from the shelves, and there is was - my TI #1, the one from 1982. I was anxiously connecting the power supply and the video cables, as my little console did not see any electrical power since 1984. That year, I bought a second console from last sales, and used that second console until I got my Geneve in 1990.
And unbelievable! It still works! Switched on and ... beep!
My only issue was that I brought the last CRT television to the recycling collection station (we call it "Wertstoffhof" in German) only a few months ago.
However, the Samsung flat screen TV that I currently use with my Geneve still has a analog tuner and an antenna socket, so I tried, and it worked. When you look at the following pictures, keep in mind that this is the impression you get from a today's flat screen TV trying to show an analog input. In fact, I found a mini TV in the cellar, but its screen is too small for good photographs. But the colors were better with CRT.
In the third picture you see the console with Parsec running, and the PAL modulator sitting to the right.
As you can see, the colors are quite good, some bleeding especially for blue, and white is not so good, has a gray shadow. Apart from that, the picture is pretty much as I remember it. There are a few stripes with varying brightness, but some are photograph artifacts. I added a close-up to prove that they are actually not visible.