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HD Ready? We've just bought a surround sound system and a new HD Star Choice satellite receiver and when we got this TV about 6 years ago I'm sure we were told that it was HD ready. I've misplaced our manual and I'm sure the issue is a setting or something to make it HD ready. If you have any info that would help me that would be great.

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If your set if HD it will have the HD inputs on the back of set or at least the component video outs like Green(y) Blue(cb) read (cr)which in short is SDTV-Standard D

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