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HD frim FeeView and HD Boxes


jack

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HD boxes have recently been promoted though I have not seen one advertised for sale yet,
When they become available and perhaps cheaper
I may indulge, but
Does my TV /Recorder set up have to be 'HD Ready'
or does the 'box' do all that?

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BRYNIT

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Yes your TV need to be HD ready to watch HD channels. Not sure about the recorder.
This will give you some information on HD TV click here

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jack

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Explains- all
I wont be HD any time soon as the TV is only 18 month young[old].
I guess by the time I am ready to change it will be smelly/feely vision or I will be in my box.
But is does give rise to another quest - so a new string beckons

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