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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 Mi LED Smart TV comes with 32-inch HD ready (1366x768p) display, which has a 60 hertz refresh rate.
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.
THE TV: Sanyo CE32LD47-B LCD, 32in , HD Ready with built-in Freeview.
The first prize winner will get a Sharp HD ready, 32in LED television, including a stand, which normally retails at pounds 1,000, courtesy of sponsor Buy as You View.
Toshiba Regza 32AV615DB 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview
Other features include the 10-inch glass HD ready display and integrated A-GPS working with the Ovi Maps gadget.
Entertainment was by Golcar Band, the Pennine High Fliers, Adrian Smith, UK Strong Man, and music from HD Ready. Marion Lloyd welcomed the congregation to a communion service at Parkwood Methodist Church on Sunday morning.
More than 7m households already have HD ready screens, and this is expected to almost double by the end of the decade.
One lucky Sunday Mercury winner will soon be the owner of a fantastic 19" LCD screen HD Ready Okishi TV with integral DVD player PLUS a copy of the brand new Family Fortunes interactive DVD game!
With sales of flat-screen, HD Ready TV sets booming, Sky expects more customers to join the bandwagon.
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.