[mythtv-users] HD3000 and High-Def
vbtalent at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 13:15:02 UTC 2005
Good question Brian. I'm going to make another assumtion that no you'll need
to have a cable box for the HD programming provided by the cable company but
it might work on the lower channels that are being broadcasted in HD if I'm
Like i said thats a W.A.G...
On 9/1/05, A JM <vbtalent at gmail.com> wrote:
> "Do you have an HDTV?"
> I have an HD capable TV so it's without a converter if I understand
> correctly? I was hoping I could do some recording in Myth with an HD3000
> then pass it to the TV for viewing, correct assumption?
> So, if I don't need a cable box with QAM then what would prevent me from
> plugging an HD television into the cable and avoid paying for HD content?
> Unless your referring to those channels being broadcast in HD, in the states
> CBS or NBC, etc? Which I would assume is similar to OTA?
> The programming below is offered by insight and I might be able to answer
> my own question on HD content if I'm assuming correctly... The channels
> below are bing broadcast in HD and located in the upper 500's but you need a
> cable box to get those upper channels. Assuming I could tune those channels
> in, I'm guesssing I would be able to watch the HD content if I have an HD
> This is from Insight...
> [image: MORE HDTV PROGRAMMING:]
> When you get HDTV from Insight, you automatically get Universal HD.
> Plus, when you sign up for the HD Pak, you'll get:
> HDNet Movies
> Discovery HD Theater
> Thanks for the info guys. I'm just trying to digest and get a reference
> point to where I stand in relation to preparedness for HD.
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