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yes, HD ready means lower resolution than full HD. full HD is capable of 1080 pixels whereas HD ready is only capable of 720 pixels.
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Answer HD ready tv is High Definition - meaning more clear, concise and crisp picture as well as sound. There is special programming through your cable for thi…s if you have a High Definition television.
If your television is HD or HD ready, the manual and all the sales information will proudly tell you so. Take a look in the manual and you will have your answer.
Many LCD and plasma televisions are labelled as HD ready. What it means is that the television will display an HD signal but the image may not be HD quality. All LCD and p…lasma televisions have a native pixel count. Many are 768 lines for example. In order to display an HS signal, the HD format of 1080 line or 720 line needs to be changed to fit the screen. While the loss of resolution from 1080 to 768 lines isn't particularly significant, there is still a loss of quality. There have been LCD televisions sold as HD ready despite the fact that they only have 480 lines. Although the HD signal will be displayed, it is less than half the number of lines of 1080. As 480 line is the standard definition NTSC format, the quality can only ever be SD quality. It is generally accepted that a true HD television will have 1080 lines (or sometimes, 720 lines). When displaying a 1080 image on a 1080 screen, there is no loss of quality but if the size needs to be changed, the conversion process always has an adverse effect on the image, even if very slight. Beware - some retailers will suggest that a television is true HD even though it does not have a 1920 x 1080 pixel format. ALWAYS ask to see the specification before committing to spending a lot of money. If the retailer cannot or will not tell you the native resolution of a display, walk away and find another retailer. And a different answer, I think the HD ready set does not have a built-in tuner and needs to be connected to a cable or satellite converter box. The HDTV is a complete television set with a built-in tuner.
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All TVS that you can buy are ready for the digital signal. You do not have to buy an HD TV to get a digital signal.
With PlayStation 2 Component AV Cables or with Playstation PS2 AV Audio / Video Cable for 480i standard TV
First, you must have an HDTV. Thus I would start by asking what make and model set you have. If you are certain that you have an HDTV then there are a variety of ways to… view an HD picture: subscribe to the HD package via your cable/satellite provider, receive over the air HD programming on select shows from your local stations, watch movies via either a Blu-ray disc player or an UPCONVERTING DVD player, and finally XBOX 360 and PS3 video gaming is all HD.
TVs that are made to receive and display the 1080 standard.
The HD Ready TV will need a OUTBOARD TUNER such as a DirecTV box or a Cable TV box to act as the missing tuner. A full HDTV already has a High Def. tuner installed or built in…. Also: 'Hd ready' only is up to 720p but 'full Hd' goes up to 1080p. there is a hitch though; if you have a plasma (they've been trying but cant do it) it can get full Hd because the resolution on the screen cant take it, only a bit higher. But on other TV's its fine. You will still have the high def tuner installed. Don't get into the salesman he just wants you to buy it! (FYN; in the east Midlands we will only receive Hd from the aerial next April)
This question is not really relevant. LCD is a technology to make or produce a television like CRT, (Cathode Ray Tube aka Picture Tube) DLP, LED and so on. HD TV refers to a p…icture resolution or quality of signal provided to the TV and not one of the technologies used to produce it. Any of the TV technololgies can be an HD TV.
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Off air or over the air stations will not require a box.
Yes. The resolution of HD ready is smaller than Full HD. HD ready is not capable of 1080p resolution and Full HD is.
Yes, but then the T.V has to be 'Full HD'.
On the back of your HD television there will be 'ports' for different attachments. There will be a place to hook up any cable or satellite cords as well as a place for a inter…net tv hookup. If I had the answer, I would not be here looking at how to install a smart tv.
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