Is your TV high-definition? All of the media out there is saying we're moving towards HDTV, but ATers have their own pace of doing things. We'd like to know: what type of TV you have?
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I have the Olevia 37" 237T, which I've had for about three months now. Originally, we were going to hold off on upgrading, but Target had a sale where the TV was $100 off, so we bought one. It's not the highest resolution, but it was affordable.
With the phase-out of analog coming in February 2009, it doesn't make a lot of sense to buy anything but HD, unless you're deliberately aiming for a cheap and disposable portable.
will hd make the crap i watch any better? do i really need to capture all the subtle nuances of family guy and real world/road rules challenge?
I have an HD projector, but the only HD played on it is games and movies. I have not found enough compelling TV content on HD to warrant giving up my SD Tivo for.
The HD Tivo is well worth the investment. I watch nothing that is _not_ HD.
I don't even have cable! When we can arrage the rabbit ears to get clear reception, we sometimes refer to it as HD...does that count? ;)
I have a high resolution 24" LCD monitor, not a TV. Like Sarah G I don't have cable, or even a TV antenna, so what I'm watching are movies (through my Mac Mini). But with a resolution of 1900x1200, it's definitely High Def.
Sarah G: I don't either. I have an antenna, a 26" DLP HD TV (Samsung) and an HD Tivo.
46", not 26"
can you move your lifetime subscription to an HD tivo? I don't pay any monthly content fees now and don't want to.
hi def rocks--have pioneer 50" and it makes watching anything amazing--sports especially
Laurie,Back in Sept, '06 you could have transfer your lifetime sub to HD Tivo for a mere $199 if you bought your HD Tivo before Dec '06 and transfer the sub before Jan '07. Not sure what it is right now.http://www.engadget.com/2006/09/07/lifetime-tivo-subs-transferrable-to-series-3-for-a-price/
I bought my HDTV 2 years ago...and I LOATHE regular tv now. I'm so used to better. I'm an HDTV snob now. It annoys me to watch regular tv.
We have a card so that we watch HDTV on our computers which are attached to a TV and a projector. It's great.
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