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A Satellite Approach To Receiving HDTV
Demand for HFTV satellite receivers have tapered off due to the rising popularity of HDTV’s with build-in receivers. However, there those still using HDTV-ready TV’s that need a separate satellite receivers.

Early adapters are those normally stuck with this type of problem, as they wanted to be among the first to enjoy the HDTV experience despite the fact that content has been slow to increase.

HDTV was introduced a couple of years ago and it required a receiver and an HDTV-ready TV to make it work. However, manufactures wised up and released new products that combined the capabilities of the two separate products. A considerable number of HDTV’s feature built-in satellite receivers that eliminated the need to purchase an independent receiver.

However, electronics manufacturers have still not stopped releasing quality, high-grade HDTV satellite receivers. For those in the market for an satellite receiver the HDTV experience is not too far to reach.

Here some of the best selling HDTV receivers in the market today.

DIRECTV H20 HDTV satellite receiver
The DIRECTV H20 HDTV satellite receiver will make sure that viewers enjoy every minute of watching high-definition broadcasts. The satellite receiver can be connected with a HD-ready antenna to watch broadcasts from free-to-air or local channels.

Specifications:
   »  2 sets audio/video outputs (2 composite, 1 S-video, 1 component video, 1

   »  RF/IR multibrand audio/video remote (controls up to four components)

   »  selectable 480i/480p/720p/1080i output via HDMI and component video

   »  receives digital TV broadcasts in 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080iHDMI)

   »  built-in ATSC tuner

   »  searchable 7-day program guide

   »  on-screen caller ID

   »  1 set of USB interface for future use

   »  phone jack

   »  antenna and satellite inputs

   »  includes component video, S-video, and RCA audio/video cables

   »  optical digital audio output passes Dolby® Digital audio

   »  supports MPEG4

   »  Dimensions: 14-15/16"W x 2-13/16"H x 10-13/16"D

   »  90-day warranty

DIRECTV HR10-250 satellite receiver
The DIRECTV HR10-250 HDTV satellite receiver is the ideal for those that want to get the most out of watching crystal-clear HDTV broadcasts. The HR10-250 can receive and decode digital signals from DIRECTV’s high-resolution broadcasts. The satellite receiver also features a built-in hard drive digital video recorder.

HD-broadcasts feature images rich in detail and surround sound makes a room alive and vibrant. HR10-250 HDTV satellite receiver can be connected to any HD-ready TV and home audio system.

Specifications:
   »  HDTV DIRECTV tuner — receives and decodes digital HDTV signals from DIRECTV’s satellite broadcasts and local free-to-air broadcasts with the use of a compatible antenna.

   »  receives digital TV broadcasts in 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i

   »  manual timer recording by channel and time

   »  1 antenna input and 2 satellite inputs

   »  TiVo 14-day interactive program guide

   »  selectable 480i/480p/720p/1080i output via HDMI and component video

   »  dual ATSC tuners

   »  can record up to 200 hours of standard-definition digital TV with its built-in hard disk digital video recorder and up to 30 hours of HDTV

   »  WishList™ keyword search of program listings

   »  Season Pass™

   »  1 set audio/video outputs (composite, S-video, component video, HDMI)

   »  Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down buttons — ratings system from TiVo

   »  optical digital audio outputs pass Dolby® Digital 5.1-channel audio

   »  phone jack

   »  remote control (multibrand for TVs and A/V receivers)

   »  can record two shows simultaneously

   »  2 USB interfaces for future use

   »  HDMI, HDMI-to-DVI, component video, S-video, composite video, and telephone cables

   »  15-1/8"W x 3-5/16"H x 13-7/8"D

   »  1 year warranty

Samsung's SIR-T451
The Samsung SIR-T451 HDTV satellite receiver enabled accurate reproduction of free-to-are High Definition broadcasts. Nearly all of US households can access one digital TV signal and nearly 85% can receive five stations or more.

Specifications:
   »  decodes all free-to-air HDTV/SDTV formats

   »  multibrand remote control

   »  single RF input

   »  DVI digital video output with HDCP copy protection   »  optical and coaxial digital audio outputs for Dolby® Digital

   »  customizable output resolution (1080i/720p/480p/480i)

   »  Electronic Program Guide

   »  RGB output — D-sub 15-pin connector

   »  S-video, composite and 1080i/720p/480p component video inputs

   »  Dimensions: 13-7/8"W x 2-11/16"H x 10-1/2"D

   »  1 year parts & labor warranty

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Category: Home | Added by: Anton (26.03.2011) | Author: Anton W
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