The mojority of the public that buys HD televisions have NO CLUE what HD content is. They think that if they have an HD set, that all of the shows magically become HD, stretch marks and all.
although HD widescreen tvs have made their way into many households. HD is by no means in the majority of households. Frankly I suprised how many shows "are" widescreen. And those with 4:3 tvs have the same reaction to bars on the top and bottom.
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It depends on where you live...here is Silicon Valley...HDTV's are the norm and owning 2 and 3 of them is not unusual either.
Yep and those people are the niche and rich. Those are the only people that can afford those outrageous priced big sets. Average Joe like me stiff HD. I can't afford those prices for a TV.
All the sets don't have to be monster 50" or larger sets for HDTV. I have three HDTV sets: 52" (main), 32" (bedroom), 27" (workroom). I don't watch my older analog sets anymore. HD is the way I want to go. You don't have to be a millionaire to go this route. (And I don't live in Silicon Valley either ). I just want to watch my TV the best way possible. I just wish the stations would come on-board faster with true HD, widescreen content.Yep and those people are the niche and rich. Those are the only people that can afford those outrageous priced big sets. Average Joe like me stiff HD. I can't afford those prices for a TV.