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The Future of Television Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of time travel Technology is a growing part of our society today and it is going to be very important part of our future I am going to show you what technology is doing for television from now into the next century Sit back relax and buckle up as we embark on our journey through time To start off HDTVhigh definition television is what we have to look forward to in the next three to five years Now you are probably asking yourself what is HDTV HDTV is an all-digital TV broadcast signal that delivers high-resolution wide-screen picture and six channels of digital sound Though computer experts and scientists are working on a more advanced 3D and polygraphic television it is too far away to tell when it will be done and how much it can do As of now twenty-six stations have filed their intentions to begin digital broadcasts Digital television sets are on sale now though the price is between five to ten thousand dollars There is a converter box on sale as well that you hook up to your TV and it changes the regular signal to digital to your TV screen you have at home now That is approximately three to six thousand dollars You are probably saying to yourself at this point Other than being more expensive what am I getting out of a HDTV that I am not getting from the TV at home To start with as of now we use 525 lines of resolutionmakes up the screen with colors where HDTV has anywhere from 720 to 1080 Sobel 73 Next is the difference between the picture screens The HDTV has a width to height ratio of 169 The average TV now is 43 Other than getting a bigger screen with a great picture you are getting digital sound HDTV broadcasts will be encoded with Dolby
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