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HD ready? I have standard digital cable, w/o HD. I bought an HDTV indoor antenna, but it does not seem to pu the HD feed. The antenna works fine on another HDTV set within my house. What am i missing?

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The TV is just HD ready (doesn't have the HD tuner built-in), you need a separate HD tuner connected to your TV.

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