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HD ready is all setup for HD stuff and Full HD is 1080p. also known as full HD

An HD ready set does not have it's own tuner. The best HD tv sets do have their own built in tuners and include the numbers 1080p.
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What is the meaning of HD ready TV?

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How do you know if your tv is HD ready?

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Difference between HD and full HD and HD ready?

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What is the difference of a HD ready TV and a full HD TV?

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