So eventually all TV will be digital?
Will I be able to keep my old TV and watch the digital broadcasts?
So what do I need to see HDTV?
Once I have all the right digital gear, will everything I watch be in high-definition?
So how much HDTV will I be able to see?
The ads for HDTVs are full of numbers like 720p, 1080i, and 16:9, but do they really matter?
My cable/satellite company says it's transmitting digitally. Does that mean I can already get HDTV?
Do the cable and satellite companies carry HDTV programming from the major networks the same as they do the networks' regular programming?
Can I just plug the cable into my new high-definition TV to see HDTV?
If my local cable service won't carry the networks' digital feeds, does that mean I can't see them in high-def?
This is all so 1960s. How do I figure out what antenna to get?
When I went to the local electronics store to see HDTV, the picture was all fuzzy and stretched. Why?
I love the look of those flat TVs that you can hang on a wall. They're all HDTVs, right?
All these new TVs are still too expensive for me. When will they cost the same as a conventional big-screen TV?
I can't wait to hear an HDTV broadcast in Dolby Digital sound. Do I just need to hook up some speakers to my new digital TV to hear it in surround?
When will everything be broadcast in widescreen HDTV?
I keep reading about the need to protect digital broadcasts from being pirated. What will that mean for me?
If I buy an HDTV today, will it be obsolete in five years?
Are there any high-def DVDs?
When will I be able to buy a high-def camcorder and VCR?
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