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So You Are Going To Buy A HD TV


So you are in the market for a digital television and want to experience the true high definition experience.

To truly see a high definition signal on a LCD or a Plasma TV you need to ask about lines of resolution.

Digital ready televisions are being sold in various resolutions

To see a true high definition signal at it's best you will need a set that has it's resolution at  1920 x 1080 which is 1080p

You will still see a good picture at 1366 x 768 which is 720p

1024 x 768 which again is 720p

Remember the more lines of resolution the sharper and clearer and more detailed picture you will get.

More information can be found at the CNET Article HD Television Explained.