What is HDTV?

High-definition television is a type of digital television that combines extremely high resolution with Dolby Digital Surround Sound and provides a crisp, detailed image. A high-definition TV signal has five times the resolution than what can be displayed by a traditional analog TV set.

All HDTV screens are wider than they are tall, providing a wide screen view that allows you to see programming as it was filmed, without reformatting.