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Yes, it should be HD ready. There should be a small label on the front of the TV if so (provided it has not been removed). You will need a HD cable box, convertor or HD satellite box (Direct TV or Dish Network) to view HD broadcasts (even from free over-the-air HD broadcasts if you live within range of a local broadcasting station). I had the same, or very similar TV but upgraded to flat screen plasma set.
Ur convergence is dead.U must know how to solders?Must replaced 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all the resistors.Tries Tv repair World.com,Tvrepairkits.com to buy a convergence kit to repair it ur self.The shop will cost U $300 for parts and labors.
you need to replace the convergence chips, part number is stk392-110, also check for burnt resistors next to the chips. if any are burnt, they need to be replaced, you must solder in these parts, so if you don't have any solder skills, you will need a repairman.
Probably but this hitachi has no reall HD just simulated, called D3VirtualHD by hitachi. Should work, you can always return the blu-ray if it's not what you expected or ask a good salesman if it's worth, you might try it in store...
The Hitachi 50UX57B is a 50 inch standard projection TV with a standard screen. It is not HD ready. If you need it, I think I can download the owner's manual (in PDF format) from Hitachi and foward it to you.