Will a HDTV Work With Normal Cable?

Answer High definition televisions (HDTV) offer much better picture quality than regular televisions but only for stations broadcast in HD. If you have regular cable, you can still enjoy TV, but not at an... Read More »

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Will a HDTV with 120Hz blur the picture of regular cable broadcast?

Generally, a 120Hz display will not blur images of any content. However, all incoming video signals are 60 Hz, whether from cable, terrestrial or disc. The 120Hz display is generated by taking the ... Read More »

I am a cable guy and ought to know this but will a regular cable splitter work with an antenna?

Yes. Make sure it's good out to at least 800 MHz.

Can you get HDTV over the air broadcast on a HDTV with standard basic cable?

Yes to both. Both require that you have a High Definition Television with its own built-in HD tuner, or an HD capable TV (like an LCD monitor) with an external HD tuner attached. (Don't confuse thi... Read More »

Can a hdtv with dvi in work with sony playstation3 using dvi hdmi hdmi cable?

Yes, a DVI input will usually accept an HDMI signal via an adapter cable but make sure the TV input is HDCP compliant otherwise protected content, such as Blu-ray movies, will not be viewable.Also ... Read More »