What is the difference between High Definition (HDTV) and current Digital TV services? - High Definition (HDTV) FAQs
HD is the new standard of television technology. It provides 1080 lines of resolution compared to the 480 lines of resolution on standard Digital service. HDTV offers wide-screen picture viewing with quality similar to 35mm film along with compact disc (CD) sound quality. From a viewer's perspective, High Definition translates to better visual and acoustic enjoyment when watching TV. Wide screen is defined as 16:9 ratio of width to height. An analog TV has a 4:3 ratio.
Published by SWECKER on Wed, 2012-01-04 22:59