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I would like to know if this model of standard tv will be compatible with cable’s HD boxes. Time Warner is asking to swap out regular cable boxes to HD cable boxes. Will connecting the new HD box to the TV work?

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As long as the New Cable boxes have an analog output they will work fine.

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