Is a digital TV and a High Definition TV the same

chgojazz
Asked Mar 03, 2012

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No.

From: http://techtips.salon.com/digital-tv-vs-hdtv-10424.html
"Digital TV is the process of broadcasting, receiving and processing television signals digitally, as opposed to the older analog broadcasting.... HDTV is a term used to describe video that is sharper and more detailed than standard definition, due to a much higher number of lines of resolution, identified as 720 or 1080p."

More info:
HDTV FAQs: What is the Difference Between Digital TV and HDTV?
http://hometheater.about.com/cs/beforeyoubuy/a/aahdtvfaqs2a.htm
skyDancer
Answered Mar 03, 2012
When something is received as high definition (HD) that will be called as Digital TV. HD TV is a quality of the signals that received by digital TV.
KieraMcLean
Answered Dec 03, 2014
No, it depends on digital TV antenna connection. There no such digital TV but when it conects with digital antenna is called as digital http://www.expressantennaservices.com.au
expantenna
Answered Jan 05, 2016
No these both TV are different than each other. HD Tv is always can be the best option to choose.
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ShrutiSane
Answered Dec 07, 2017

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