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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 watchdog said "plenty" of shop staff confused HD ready and full HD, neglecting to point out that although HD ready is suitable for broadcast HD programmes and will work with blu-ray, full HD is best for watching the higher resolution blu-ray format.
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HD ready is a logo found on TV's that are available for High Definition, all HD TV's 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.
All the sets, apart from the cheapest Philips TV, are HD ready which means they won't be obsolete when high definition TV really takes hold.
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An adaptive HD video scaler that turns low resolution video input into HD ready video
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