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My hd tv

Im new to hdtv.. and i dont know how to view hd materials on my hdtv, even viewing from my hd cam to tv. help me.

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To view anything in High definition you have to connect to your tv using either the DVI, Component or HDMI inputs. Your cam or anything you want to view HD videos from will need to have a lead to suit these inputs, the component lead will consist of an input from camera to five seperate coloured leads or an oblong DVI connector or HDMI which looks similair to a usb connector. You will need then on your tv to select the resolution of 720P or 1080I to view the HD picture.

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