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I have a Hitachi 36UDX10SA High Definition TV. The owners manual says "1080i ready with set top box." 3 questions: 1. Can the Hitachi 36UDX10SA TV decode 720p? Baselines when viewing a baseball game seem to flicker and are broken when I have my set top box enabled for 720p. When I disable 720p, only allowing 1080i, the baseball lines look great, do not flicker, are not broken. 2. Can the Hitachi 36UDX10SA TV decode 480p? 3. Can the Hitachi 36UDX10SA TV decode 1080p?

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Your tv can decode 480 p ........

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