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What is the difference between HRC, IRC, Std and Auto when scanning channels - I hate the new digital TV world - it has total confused things - I have comcast cable

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Usually standard broadcast is is the default setting,some other cable company use HRC and URC, these are ways to transmit or deliver their signal trough cable wire,ask comcast cable for their transmission type.

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