Can you notice a difference between HD and non-HD TV channels?
I cannot. Am I alone in this? If you think there is a difference, can you maybe describe it for me?
Yes, definitely, the clarity, the colour, almost everything is so much better. You can feel the difference especially when you flip between a HD and a non HD channel and you'll see the non HD channel looks like a bad print. The HD one feels too real, not very TVish although.
Hmm, thanks for your answers. I still can't see a difference on my TV and nor can my husband. We flip between the HD and non HD versions of channels and notice no difference whatsoever! Am realising that it might be our television at fault, lol..
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