Do you have a polished look when you step into an electronics store and start watching HDTVs? Do the letters and numbers attached to the set names turn your head? We got the treatment! Here is everything you need to know about HDTV in a tight little cartridge. All you have to do is swallow your head.

What is HDTV?

It is best to start with a full definition of what HDTV is and what it is not. When HDTV first came out, little was known about its technical features. All the manufacturers have to do is put their new TV next to the old analog set and boom! You are hooked. It is now years to settle in the market and as consumers begin to show more interest, manufacturers are finding new abbreviations and definitions for HDTV variants. Don’t worry, we’ve got it for you.

The following options cover everything from the basics of HDTV signals to differences between HD-capable TV types. There is a full discussion on various acronyms used in the industry. It puts all the technical stuff in common words. We’ll see where HDTV goes in the near future.

Sometimes, when you bring a TV home from the store, it may not look as good as the scene. How do you get that crisp, clean, dynamic image that first prompted you to buy the package? You can edit many things to provide better image quality on your HDTV.

We’ll start by treating you to several ways to improve air reception and component connectivity. Let’s look at some common problems with HDTV tuners and how to solve them. If you have a PS3, we have a guide to explain the best settings to connect it to your TV. Finally, we will close with a discussion of the various links available in your package and what to add to each.

How to improve HDTV reception

If you do not have new high-definition media, it is not advisable for you to get a new, high-definition television. Fortunately, there are many ways to get HD media on your screen. Very little technology is a simple HD antenna. We have a review and a basic guide that will show you what to look for when buying one. We also provide a guide to watch Netflix on your HDTV, rogue and boxed media services.

  • Adjust your HDTV tuner
  • Great settings for connecting PS3 to HDTV
  • Types of Home Theater Connection
  • Television content

For those interested in the future of HD streaming, we will discuss the possibilities of streaming digital video over existing fiber optic networks. For those of you who don’t live in the United States, we also offer HDTV guidelines for both Canada and Europe.

Is it possible to transmit HDTV over fiber optics networks?

If you still have an analog set in your home but want to use digital signals in the air, you can buy a variety of digital converters to convert the digital signal into a compatible analog signal to your TV. This is useful if you have a cottage that you visit two or three times a year and you don’t want to invest hundreds of dollars on television, which is often not used.

There are some things you need to know about digital converters, what they can and can’t do, what kind of connection you want on your TV (whether you need audio and video cables or just simple coaxial work), are you buying a special antenna? Do you need it? You need to ask Ana