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 Can you lay down an hdtv?

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Can you lay an LCD HDTV down flat?

LCD HDTVs can be laid down flat without causing any harm to the television, but it is not recommended to do so as it increases the chances of screen damage.References:Projector People: LCD TVs vs. ... Read More »
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Why does your HDTV slow down when watching cable TV It is a 120 megahertz 1080p Samsung There is a HD TiVo hooked up?

You say it slows down? It shouldn't, but I'd try a couple of things first since they're both microprocessor controlled units. If it were up to my, I'd unplug each unit for about 10 minutes and then... Read More »
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Can you use your old UHF antenna with a new HDTV and will it pick up broadcast HDTV signals?

To answer your question simply, yes, you can pick up over the air HD signals from your analog antenna. As a matter of fact that's how I have my HDTV set up. I just read somewhere recently, but can'... Read More »
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If you can not receive a HDTV signal should you buy an HDTV just to have a bigger screen?

Answer If you want a bigger screen, then buy one, but do be sure to buy a digital TV because analog is being phased out quickly. Also, go to www.antennaweb.org to find out exactly what digital stat... Read More »
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