cable-ready


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ca·ble-read·y

(kā′bəl-rĕd′ē)
adj.
Capable of receiving unscrambled cable television signals directly, as a television set or tuner, without additional equipment such as a frequency converter box.
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ca′ble-read′y


adj.
(of a television or VCR) able to receive cable television directly, without the need for special reception or decoding equipment.
[1980–85]
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