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HDTV/Big Screen TV

Been looking at those enticing ads for cheaper big screens?  Should you go HDTV compatible?  HDTV ready?  Know the difference?  Learn more.

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Your high-definition television can be used to display art

Imagine being able to use your television, as a frame for displaying the artwork. More>>

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  • Digital TV Lets Viewers Do More

    Digital over-the-air TV transmissions require a lot of broadcast spectrum - wide enough for each station to transmit four different TV signals at once. This wide broadcast spectrum can also make it easier for viewers to interact with their TV sets.More >>
  • The move to higher-quality television is on

    Recent strides in the improvement of video reproduction are literally inducing the American public to higher-quality televisions.More >>
  • Two formats geared strictly to HDTV Owners

    AP -- It's called D-V-H-S. The "D" is for digital. It's a new tape format designed for high definition television. More >>
  • Digital VHS & HDTV Owners

    An estimated three (m) million people own high definition T-V sets. These T-V's offer the best picture quality available.More >>
  • An affordable next generation TV set

    When it comes to television -- the old cathode ray tube technology goes out the window with something called digital light processing.More >>
  • Hang-on-the-wall T-V's

    Big bulky TV sets will become a thing of the past if retailers like Tweeter Home Entertainment Group have their way. Noah Herschman of Tweeter predicts that within five to ten years, all tube-type and rear projection televisions will be replaced by three-inch thick TV's that hang on the wall.More >>
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