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Going high definition

Tue, 19 Sep 2006 13:50:43 GMT

HDTV is becoming more popular and electronics stores now offer a good selection of HDTV sets. If you have ever looked at one of these sets, you know that the image they display is sharper and wider. It has lifelike pictures and digital sound. The higher resolution produces clarity like you have never seen from a picture tube. Films retain their original width, enhancing your home theater experience. Imagine seeing more of a football field, hearing a concert that sounds like it is in your living room or reading the dimples on a golf ball.

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How do I get 9NEWS programming in HDTV

Tue, 19 Sep 2006 13:34:06 GMT

KUSA Channel 9 is currently transmitting from a low power HD transmitter in Downtown Denver (Ch.16 UHF). This site services most of the metro area, but your location/topography and type of antenna will have an impact on receiving this service.



HDTV FAQ

Tue, 20 Sep 2005 03:29:57 GMT




Buying a new High Definition television

Tue, 20 Sep 2005 03:15:13 GMT

Prices on thin flat-screen HD televisions continue to fall. They’ve dropped about 25% in the last year and more declines are expected. Why? It’s because the new sets now account for about 70% of the local retail market. As more of the new sets are  sold, the more price competitive they become.



How is HDTV Different?

Tue, 20 Sep 2005 03:12:52 GMT

The usual National Television Standards Committee (NTSC) analog TV screen in the U.S. has 525 scan lines, with 480 actually visible.



HDTV Myths

Tue, 20 Sep 2005 03:12:13 GMT

Myth: : High-definition Television (HDTV) means "Digital Television."