Does a high-definition receiver work with all TVs?

Answer The high-definition receiver, also known as the HDTV tuner or HDTV decoder, is for TVs that do not have a built-in tuner. For the receiver to work the TV has to be HD-ready. Older analog TVs will n... Read More »

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I have direct tv when i upgraded to high definition they installed a new receiver and i paid a 200 dollar fee do i own the receiver if i don't why did i pay the high fee if i do why am i paying lease?

You are out of luck. Both Directt and Dish 's remote control have a very limited amount of programmable codes for "off-brands" of TVs. Especially those that are TV/DVD combos. You best bet is to bu... Read More »

How do i hook up a high definition tv to a receiver?

HDMI CableMake sure your TV is HDMI compatible. Plug the HDMI cable into the back of your receiver. Locate the HDMI input on the back of your TV. Plug in the HDMI cable, then switch the TV to the a... Read More »

What is the definition of a high receiver Sony satellite HD300?

The Sony SAT-HD300 is a high-definition satellite television receiver that can display both NTSC and ATSC satellite television signals in 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i, and other formats. It is used with... Read More »

Will my analog VCR work with my high definition TV?

An analog VCR can be hooked up to a high definition (HD) television, but it has to be connected through an additional source such as a cable box, satellite receiver or HD converter using an RF inpu... Read More »