Question about Sony KP-65WS500 65" Rear Projection Television

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Hi, i'm not sure my sony kp65sw500 is hd tv or not, can you let me know and explain how to watch with my roof attenna, thanks.

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  • giangtran74 Jul 03, 2009

    Thanks for you reply, but as I read online all about:
    Hi-Scan 1080i? Display Sony?s Hi-Scan1080i? TV?s accept the full 1080 interlaced scanning lines (1080i) or 720 progressive scan (720p) from an external HDTV receiver or a compatible high definition digital satellite receiver. It also accepts 480 progressive (480p) scanning lines from compatible DVD video sources.
    DVI-HDTV Interface (Digital Visual Interface) Has been added for the latest generation in high definition television connec- tivity. A single wire delivers a full digital uncompressed HD signal that can be received from any DVI set top box.
    What is it really meant? the highest it get is 480 only? is it worth it for me to buy the HD Decoder or should I just get the Gov. HD converter thing to watch local channel since it still in good condition. Thank you.

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You will have to get a good converter box with rgb outputs. The most your set can do is 480p anyway.

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  • Jim Krause Jul 09, 2009

    I would just get the HD converter till your ready for a new set.

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