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HD Ready just means the tv can display HD images from an HD source.
The built-in Freeview box on your tv is not Freeview HD compatible so you'll either have to buy a separate external Freeview HD box or subscribe to an HD satellite or cable service.
In any case, most built in Freeview receivers are of barely adequate picture and reception quality. An external box is usually far better in both respects.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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