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HDTV set

A TV set that supports high definition TV. See HDTV and HDTV display modes.


HDTV Sets
The three major categories of wide screen high-definition TV sets are CRTs, flat panels and rear projection units. Wide screen CRTs have almost become extinct due to lower prices in the other two categories.
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Suppliers including Thomson, Toshiba, Hitachi and Philips unveiled at CES HDTV sets with DirecTv receivers built into them, providing the company with a further boost.
Samsung is marketing its HDTV set under its new Tantus label, which identifies the company's high-end product.
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said it will take a narrowing of the price points between HDTV sets and big-screen analog sets before greater numbers of American households embrace digital TV.
This report also takes an in-depth look at existing HDTV service providers, and provides five-year forecasts for worldwide HDTV households by transmission platform (satellite, cable, telco, and terrestrial), worldwide HDTV households by geographic region, US HDTV households, and the installed base of US HDTV sets.
In the US, there is still a "disconnect" between HD services and the penetration of HDTV sets.
HDTV sets represent 30% of South Korea's TV households, Bhang says.
5 million HDTV sets have been sold to consumers and it's estimated that 11 percent of HDTV owners have more than one set.
In Japan, HDTV sets were available but consumers were not.
leaving Japan and Europe locked into analog, a method so costly that HDTV sets sell for an astronomical $ 15,000 apiece in Japan.