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

Answer 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 »
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Can you get good picture reception on hdtv with regular cable?

Ask your cable company for a HD box, you will never see a HD picture without it.
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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 »
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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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Starting from an hdtv cable box using a split cable going to the pip output can you connect another tv to the pip output and get an hdtv picture on the other tv?

Answer Hi, It really depends on your PIP output on the cable box and whether or not the output is HDTV or standard TV. And in some cases, the PIP output will only display non-HDTV channels, depen... Read More »
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