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LCD TV resolution

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Arethere gadgets that I can hooked on my LCD TV to even make the images more crispier when I watch cable TV.

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Re: LCD TV resolution

Hi there

yes you can look at a signal booster, a hdtv set top box, use hdmi cables for connections or at least use component connectors.

good luck


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