HDTV for DummiesBook - 2007
If you love movies, TV, and video games, then you’ve probably thought seriously about investing in a high-definition television set, otherwise known as HDTV. But before you run to your nearest electronic goods store, you should know what you’re investing your hard-earned money in, which TV set is good for you, and other things that will optimize your viewing pleasure.
HDTV for Dummies shows you everything you need to know about buying the right equipment, setting it up, and enjoying all the things you love about TV. It’ll save you tons of confusion over this exciting new technology and tell you everything you need to know about terms, concepts, and the difference between HD and digital. This handy guide gives you the tools you need to:
- Get connected with video and audio cables
- Hook up your DVD player, VCR, PC, camcorder, and other fun stuff
- Mount your HDTV
- Receive HDTV programming
- Understand the difference between HD DVD and Blu-ray disc players
- Record with DVRs and VCRs
- Install game consoles like PS3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii
- Enhance your HDTV with audio upgrades
The guide also shows you how to shop smart and lists the best places to buy your HDTV and popular accessories to pump up your system. With up-to-date knowledge on the latest technology in the market today, HDTV for Dummies gives you a clear picture of what HDTV can do for your viewing experience!
Baker & Taylor
An updated beginner's guide to HDTV provides information on what HDTV is, how to choose one, how to connect it to other equipment, how to get the signal into one's home, programming choices, and adding accessories, both for a home theater media center or a network. Original. (Beginner)
Provides information on what a HDTV is, how to choose one, how to connect it to other equipment, programming choices, and adding accessories.