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High Definition Television (HDTV) Explored
By: Spider
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    Table of Contents:
  • High Definition Television (HDTV) Explored
  • History of TV
  • Beginning of Digital Television (DTV)
  • HDTV Explained
  • Pros, Cons, and How do I Get HDTV, If I Want It?

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    Ok, so television and computer monitor technology has taken a rather sharp turn in the way of LCDs and plasma screens. Is anyone actually surprised? What about HDTV? What the heck is it? For many of us, especially sports fans, it's our way of getting closer to the action. Hey, if I'm not good enough to play for the Buccaneers, at least I can pretend to be, right? Spider takes us through the innards of HDTV, what it is, its pros and cons, and helps you decide whether you should drop the dough on that next entertainment center upgrade.

    This holiday season, electronic store owners are developing a sense of what it would be like to be a game store owner and run out of Sony's Playstation 2 console. HDTV has been getting a lot of media attention in recent years and if you walk into an electronics store, you can see a wide variety of them on display. If you ever looked at one of these sets, you would see an obvious difference in picture and sound quality compared to the widely used analog television sets.

    HDTV sets boast of lifelike pictures and digital sound quality. They are less bulky compared to the traditional television sets. Moreover, the capability to show high-definition programming makes them particularly popular among sports fans. Higher resolution and films retaining their original width enhance your home theatre experience. Imagine seeing more of a football field.

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