Question about Sony MFM-HT75W 17 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
We own Sony MFM-HT75W LCD TV which was thought to be accomodated both analog and HD. Recently our local TV station runned a test and it failed. It means we have to buy a HD converter. Is it true? If it is so, what is good option - buy the converter or buy new TV.
The TV is on our dinning table and we do not like to stack the converter with the TV. Please advise us. Thanks,
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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