Is HDTV worth paying for? What are its advantages?

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  1. profile image51
    naskotoposted 8 years ago

    Is HDTV worth paying for? What are its advantages?

    Can somebody explain, because I hesitate whether to pay extra for watching high-definition TV or not?

  2. profile image0
    Jawa Lunkposted 8 years ago

    I was not a "believer" until I was actually in Walmart one day and they had all of their televisions on side by side...when you see a real HDTV playing a blu-ray DVD or HD movie, you will see the difference.

    It's worth paying for if you value your TV time.

  3. Canal_Digital profile image61
    Canal_Digitalposted 8 years ago

    It is definitely worth investing your money in HDTV. This is currently the newest technology in television and I have to say that it is getting better and better every month.
    Here are some of the basic features of the HDTV

  4. dosters profile image84
    dostersposted 8 years ago

    If you need to replace a TV, i can not overstate the impact of an hdtv on the picture quality.  Most blu-ray players are made to up-convert dvds to (almost) 1080p quality (which is the highest quality), which you don't get the full capacity of without an HDTV.

    To put in another way: I don't always have to wear my glasses when watching a show/ movie in hd.  If I do, it looks like real life.

  5. bettanywire profile image60
    bettanywireposted 8 years ago

    High definition, more features very outstanding technology then HDTV is worth paying for.

  6. iamsuper profile image60
    iamsuperposted 8 years ago

    of course it is worth, with an hdtv you can watch a high quality of image in any action without blur, full of color and clarity picture, a lifelike picture.
    But sometimes it is pricey, so be wise when you spend money for it. Choose the right hdtv and where and when to buy. If you want to see more information about it you can find it on my hub.
    wish it helpful, thank you

  7. greatchillyfly profile image58
    greatchillyflyposted 8 years ago

    Now days if your buying a new TV, definitely.  All of todays shows are being shot in wide screen and hi-def. If you watch cable, youll notice that some shows dont fit on the TV, thats because they are in wide screen.


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