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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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When an HDTV set has an internal channel tuner, it is usually an analog one that cannot process a true HDTV signal.
Editors' salaries being what they are, I wasn't going for the HDTV set or even a projection job.
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The UK regulator Ofcom has stated its intention to convert one nationwide multiplex to DVB-T2 with the first transmissions of multichannel HDTV set to begin at the end of 2009.
31, 2008, after which everyone in America either will need an HDTV set or a set-top box that will down-convert the signal to analog.
The flagship model is a 61-inch integrated HDTV set, which sports a built-in DirecTv Systems receiver.
When you open up the back of an HDTV set you have a virtual computer.
Of the people who purchase an HDTV set, Ergen predicted, "100 percent of them will want a satellite dish."
Meanwhile, the broadcasters want the TV manufacturers to market the new HDTV set heavily in order to justify HDTV transmissions; this is in spite of the fact that the broadcasters' preference would be to turn their digital channel assignments into multiplex services with up to eight channels of standard definition television.
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Using smart card technology, the players decrypt the signal from the disc and display the image in widescreen 1080i resolution on an HDTV set.