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Sony KP-53V80 53 in. Is it HD Compatible

Can the Sony KP-53V80 53 in. TV be viewed using high devfinition service?

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Re: Sony KP-53V80 53 in. Is it HD Compatible - Sony KP-53V80 53" Rear Projection Television Projection Televisions

Yes it sure can.

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