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Re: Is this HDTV worth the money?

Nov 24, 2006


Pavo Loco wrote:


Codeblue1296 wrote:


Pavo Loco wrote:
Guys, what does all of this mean?

  • Built-In HDTV Tuner: Add HD-capable antenna to receive over-the-air high-definition broadcasts, where available. Optional set-top box required for high-definition cable or satellite programming.
  • HDMI input provides an uncompressed all-digital audio/video link for the highest-quality connection and supports copy-protected HD broadcast content
  • 1366 x 768 resolution



    Does that mean I'm going to have to buy any extra accesories?

    What all will I need to get this HDTV set up to play Xbox 360?




HD-composit cables or HDMI
 
and that other part means that you need a HD reciever to watch HD sattelite or HD digital cable


mk, I don't have HD sattelite

What are HD-composite cables and HDMI?


You said OR...meaning? I don't need both right?



you do not need both...the HD-composit are the RED, YELLOW, WHITE..and I think that there are a couple more colors
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Re: Is this HDTV worth the money?

Nov 24, 2006
red white yellow is for sdtv....hd component cables are green blue red....
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Re: Is this HDTV worth the money?

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okay i will list all the types of connections for TV's:

Coaxial (Original): 1 Connection, Carries both Sound and Video, 480i
Composite Video: 3 Connections (YRW), Carriess Video on Y and Sound on RW, 480i
S-Video:  1 Connection, Carries Video, 480i (kinda like 480i/low quality 480p, even tho it isnt)
Component Video:  3 Connections (RGB), Carries Video, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p (skipping PAL format)
DVI:  1 Connection, Carries Video, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
HDMI:  1 Connection, Carries Video and Sound, 720p, 1080i, 1080p


these are general uses for each type of connection, tho each can perform at other resolutions that i did not list.
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Nov 24, 2006
If you don't have an HD receiver, there's no point.
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IMO its worth the money, not a big enough screen size though Smiley Tongue
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Re: Is this HDTV worth the money?

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If you don't have an HD receiver, there's no point.


There's no point in...what?

and what's an HD receiver?
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Re: Is this HDTV worth the money?

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Home_Slice wrote:
If you don't have an HD receiver, there's no point.


There's no point in...what?

and what's an HD receiver?


Getting the TV.

The receiver is the cable box that shows high def channels. You can't just plug any old cable and see it in high def.
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