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You need a receiver or add in "converter box" as you call it. The TV is fully capable of displaying HD content, it just does not have a built in cable signal converter. You need something that will convert your signals to an HD picture, the TV is basically just a monitor. That's like trying to use a monitor for a computer without the computer... you need something that "computes" the signal that is sent to the TV. For example a Playstation 3, DVD player, and cable box have their own built in "computers" that process the signal and send it to your TV. You will need some kind of converter attached, do you see what I'm saying? Your best bet is to just get cable TV that is HD and it will have a port on the cable box for where to attach your HD antenna.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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