Ten myths about HDTV

Posted on Sunday, Oct 30 2005 @ 10:11 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PC World has written an article to dispel some common myths regarding HDTVs.
To help dispel these myths, we consulted an A-team of HDTV experts. The challenge: Identify and debunk troublesome, costly, and all-too-prevalent misconceptions about high-definition TV--from the basics of broadcasting to the arcane secrets of hardware. We lay out the facts you'll need to have at your disposal in order to make the right decisions. Armed with this information, you'll know just what to expect when you take the HDTV plunge.
Read on over here.


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