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HD compatible Is the Toshiba CF332H50 HD compatible?

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  • Coarsegold Jan 10, 2008

    Is the Toshiba CF32H50 HD compatible?



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No. it doesn't have a HD tuner

Posted on Sep 13, 2008


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