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HDTV

abbr.
high-definition television

HDTV

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) high definition television

HDTV

high-definition television.
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Noun1.HDTV - a television system that has more than the usual number of lines per frame so its pictures show more detail
telecasting, television, TV, video - broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects; "she is a star of screen and video"; "Television is a medium because it is neither rare nor well done" - Ernie Kovacs
Translations
HDTV
TVHD

HDTV

N ABBR =high definition televisiontelevisión f de alta definición

HDTV

abbr of high-definition televisionHDTV nt
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So far, Target shoppers can look forward to finding deals like a Samsung 50" LED HDTV with 1080p resolution and 60hz for $699, a Westinghouse 50" LCD HDTV with 1080p resolution for $349, a Samsung 32" LED HDTV with 720p resolution and 60Hz for $247.
If you believe Mark Cuban - the Dallas Mavericks owner co-founded the only all high-definition network, HDNet, that's available by subscription on DirecTV satellite - HDTV will be as commonplace as his team winning NBA titles.
By combining Conexant's expertise in analog and digital television signal demodulation and tuning with RAVISENT's digital audio and video decoding and transport stream management technology, the two companies say they will create complete HDTV product solutions that PC manufacturers and board vendors can market to consumers as a high- quality interactive platform for true HDTV.
Because both regions had already set their HDTV standards and were spending millions to commercialize the technology, such industry heavyweights as Zenith and the American Electronics Association argued that without a comparable program the United States would be left behind in the global high-tech race.
The worldwide total of HDTV households, which are defined as households with an installed HD-capable TV set that also receive and watch HD programming, are on track to increase by 25% in 2008.
It's like you were up in the stands watching (the parade) instead of at home wondering if that's a red or orange color on that float,'' said Kathy Delk of North Hollywood as she watched a broadcast of HDTV shots taken at this year's Rose Parade on the sole high-definition television in Glendale's Circuit City store this week.
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AKAI and Memorex Sign On with MicroDisplay Corporation to Bring Customers 1080P Rear-Projection, Single-Chip LCOS HDTVs in Summer 2007
At CES 2007, Syntax-Brillian will demonstrate its vision of today's HDTV lifestyle with 24 state-of-the-art Olevia HDTVs in its Olevia Oasis booth, including the company's innovative Olevia 7 Series 742i and 747i 1080p LCD HDTVs - the first HDTVs featuring the SiliconOptix Realta Hollywood Quality Video (HQV[TM]) video processor powered by Teranex technology.
We are offering this unprecedented video quality for HDTV products at a very competitive price.
The main obstacle for deploying HDTV has been the lack of sufficient bandwidth for satellite, terrestrial, cable, and IP networks," says Bryan Wang, In-Stat analyst.
Europe's HDTV market is in its early days: although estimates point to 10 million households equipped with an HD-ready TV by the end of 2006, only a fraction of them will actually be consuming HDTV services.