Question about Sylvania 6419TD 19" TV
If by HD compatible you're talking about the new digital signal, if
you're TV is more than 3 years old, the answer is no. However, if
you're talking about being capable of displaying a high definition
picture (720p or 1018i or 1080p) then you can determine this by looking
at the inputs on the back of the set. If you have component inputs
which are red, blue, and green for video and a red and white for audio,
or an HDMI input, then, yes, the TV is HD ready. S-video and composite
video (yellow video input) cannot support a high definition picture.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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