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Upconversion Technology Provides HDTV Owners With Alternatives - Upconversion Technology Provides HDTV Owners With Alternatives
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HDTV owners are faced with a very real challenge when it comes to figuring out what to watch on their new High Def sets. After all, with only a handful of HDTV channels available from most service providers and and the fact that the high def DVD format war is still very much undecided (though a lot of indications point towards Sony’s Blu-ray format coming out on top), it can be pretty difficult to figure out where to get a decent amount of high def programming. At least it’s a lot better than it was a few years ago before high def DVD’s were available at all, and HDTV channels were even more limited!
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