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Hi, Although it is a rear projection TV it will work with HD content.
You will still need a set top box to decode HD programs. This is an old TV with tubes inside and a CRT screen. They will fail and it's getting harder to get parts for. My advice go get a flat pannel TV.
That set has an aspect ratio of 4:3. The problem is that what you are sending to it is 16:9 So you are sending an hd signal to a non HD television. The tuner is NTSC which is not HD. Theres not much that you can do about this.
KV36XBR450 is HD ready which means that you will need a set top box to
receive the HD signal. Comcast will provide this for you naturally at an
additional expense. Your other option would be to purchase a set top box
and use and OTA (over the air) antenna which will allow you to receive
your local broadcasts in HD.
I am sorry, however i have no heard about upgrade for this set. There is nothing available even with Sony.
Your TV has an SD/ED component input and an HD component input. You are using the HD input. It can only accept HD signals. You need to correct the settings in you cable box. You need to "fix" the video output so that it converts everything to HD. If you have a motorola box, you can usually turn the box off and press the menu button to access the cable box setup menu. Set the 4:3 override to Stretch or Full. If you need more help with this, post back with more information: cable provider, cable box used. I hope this was of some assistance.
the tv has a configaration that conveys the sets focus on both audio and video performance. full hd resolution of 1920-1080 pixels.
hdmi inputs allow connection of the generation of 1080p sources for the systems which offer 1080p outputs
You can use a cable box providing that its HD option is working. With many of the cable companies, you have to pay to have the HD option in the cable box activated. Then you have to pay subscription for the HD channels. That is the way it is at where I am located. Without the HD subscription active on our cable boxes this feature is dead!
The only reliable way for you to know if the HD option works in your TV itself is to get a known to be working HD source such as an HD DVD player and try it out.