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HD Ready

(High Definition Ready) A TV set that can display a minimum of 720 lines of resolution and can scale up lower-resolution and scale down higher-resolution signals. Also called "HD Capable," it requires an external set-top box that tunes into HD programs. See HD Built In and HDTV.
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THE TV: Sony EX503, 40in LCD, HD Ready 1080p with built-in Freeview.
In order to be HD Ready, you must apply to your broadcaster service for the set top box and card, and also have a HD Ready television.
Prize: 46in Samsung HD Ready Digital LCD TV worth pounds 1499, Blu-ray player worth pounds 149 plus Polar Express Blu-ray/DVD combi rrp pounds 22.
HD Ready Model and product code 32AV615 526436 Total Product Cover 3 years pounds 69.
My TV is two-and-a-half years old and had an HD Ready label.
But the only area where it outscores its rival is that it's HD ready.
To receive the HD offer from ORF, TV viewers need an HD ready screen as well as an HD set-top box with a suitable smartcard provided by ORF.
A HD Ready TV is all set to receive it, but you may still have to subscribe to a HD service.
Get a cracking view of the best festive telly - with a massive 52in Sharp HD Ready Slimline LCD TV.
HD ready is a logo found on TVs that are available for High Definition, all HD TVs need HDMI or DVI and component connections and a resolution of at least 720x 1024 pixels, which will enable the TV to receive a HD signal from a HD receiver, such as SKY HD.
And, if you're our lucky winner, you'll experience the World Cup on a must-have 40" Sony Bravia HD ready television.
To fully experience high definition technology, which significantly improves the picture and sound quality, Best Buy recommends understanding the four main HDTV components, which include: the HD-ready TV, an HD programming source, surround sound, and proper installation including HD ready cables.