|What is HDTV
Television, or HDTV, delivers brilliant, high-resolution images in a wide-screen 16X9
format. Ideally suited for a big television, the quality of HDTV is truly outstanding. The
key difference between new HDTV and the old analogue NTSC TV we were used to, is that the
programs are delivered digitally, by cable, satellite or over-the air transmission. This
eliminates the effects of interference, ghosting and noise, and assures perfect images on
contrast HDTV images with those of conventional television, using screens of the same
diagonal size. Notice how the wide screen of HDTV gives a better visualization, allowing
Im There views of the full scene. Check the off-screen close-ups and see
how HDTV delivers more of the crisp fine details that are only blurs in conventional TV.
The wide-screen format of HDTV is ideally suited for viewing movies and sports, as more of
the action is visible, and is in superior detail. Watching conventional TV will never be
the same once you have experienced HDTV on a big wide-screen set.
||HDTV includes Dolby
Digital® coding to provide the capability for full surround sound
through 5.1 channels, each feeding a separate loudspeaker, using mome theatre
amplifier. This gives a dramatic improvement in the quality of the sound and in its
impact, further reinforcing the feeling of Being There for the viewers, adding
another exciting dimension to the HDTV Experience.