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 If you can not receive a HDTV signal should you buy an HDTV just to have a bigger screen?

Answer 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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Can you receive a DTV signal on an HDTV?

The ratio of width to the height of the screen of an hdtv is 16 to 9 suppose a large screen hdtv has a 70-in diagonal screen find the width and the height of the screen?

If the ratio is 16:9, call the horizontal edge A and the vertical edge B. A=16x, B=9x. For a rightangled triangle, A2+B2=702. So (16x)2 + (9x)2 = 4900. From here:(16x)2 + (9x)2 = 4900256x2 + 81x2 =... Read More »
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PC dual screen; HDMI HDTV with secondary vga monitor why does the monitor look better than the hdtv?

Tv's usally only support HD formats natively. 1600x1080 is not a native HD format as far as I know, so it is probably scaling to fit which usually looks very bad. Set the HDTV to either 1920x1080p ... Read More »
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Does 1080i signal give a sharper picture than 720p signal on an HDTV set?

Well, in my opinion 720p. But, technally speaking, 1080i is the better resloution.The sharpness of picture will be as follows from the sharpest to the least sharp: Watching 1080p signal on a 1080p... Read More »
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