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Re: HD in all rooms

That's what I was thinking, Thanks for the confirmation.

 

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Re: HD in all rooms

You need an HD box, with either HDMI or component cables, to get an HD picture.  The "little box" (DTA) won't tune HD channels.




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HD in all rooms

Hi,

 

We just purchased a new TV (720) and are using it in our bedroom upstairs. The picture is not that great.

 

I am using just the cable to connect from the little box to the TV. There is no place to connect an HDMI cable to this box.

 

Do I need a different kind of cable box upstairs to get a better picture?

 

Thanks


Rick