Tuesday, 27 December 2011

What is HDTV?


        High-Definition is the top of the line, all digital format for broadcasting and viewing TV programming. With HD broadcast the images will be 2 to 5 times sharper than the images from normal broadcast. The reason being the digital signals send in 0’s and 1’s for HD Broadcasting will be received at the customer point as it is which is not the case for normal television broadcasting. The result of the same is, superior television viewing experience which is delivered in a crystal clear, wide screen format with CD quality sound. It will be like as if you are experiencing your favorite television program in a movie theatre.


       With High Definition Broadcasting the television images will be
* Rich and vibrant images giving a theatre like viewing experience
* Wide angle aspect ratio – meaning watching images will be a more intense experience just like watching our home television programs in a movie theatre
* The images will be much sharper in High Definition broadcasting than the normal version
* HDTV has digital sound facility which is equivalent to the sound quality produced by the DVD’s. All HDTV broadcasting uses Dolby sound system which is superior in quality and creates a different level of listening experience.

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