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What do I need to get for viewing HDTV

My SAMSUNG model # PLC5415R mfg. Aug. 2001 (version 3). On the front of the unit it says HDTV 1080I monitor. What conversion box or equiptment do I need to utilize the HD. I now have cable service (Charter) to a reciever going into the TV
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The TV you have will only process an HD via the component video connections. Your cable box needs to have component outputs and you will need to buy a component video cable to connect from the cable box component video outputs to the TV's component video inputs (should be 2 sets, #1 for up to 720p and #2 for up to 1080i...

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