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How to connect for HD signal

Don't really have a problem but a question. We purchased a new Panasonic that receives the available HD signals directly through the cable.
Does our older sony kf-60xbr800 have that capability if we connect from directly from the cable to the HDMI input on the set? The manual does not describe how to do this or what accessories are required.
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IF THE OLDER T.V. IS A HD T.V. WITH A HDMI CONNECTOR THEN YES IT CONNECTS THE SAME AS YOUR NEW T.V.AS LONG AS THERE BOTH H.D. T.V.'S THERE SHOULD BE NO REAL DIFFRENCE

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