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Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Regular TV looks lousy

Business Week helps you decide not to buy an HDTV in it's article, HDTV: A Shopper's Survival Guide:
The vast majority of programming is still broadcast in the old analog format known as the National TV System Committee (NTSC) standard. On higher-definition big-screen sets those pictures look, in a word, lousy. So, you'll have to learn to deal with occasional buyer's remorse until more HD programming becomes available and the benefits of crystal-clear TV shine through.
My friend says that a Toshiba tube TV can display both HD and NTSC nicely.

What are your suggestions?

My TV is dying.

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