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Sony Plans TVs That Will Eliminate Set-top Boxes

 

Sony has signed a deal with major cable TV operators in the U.S. that will pave the way for digital televisions that can receive cable programs without the need for a set-top box. The agreement, which other consumer electronics manufacturers are invited to join, is to create TVs and other devices that can provide interactive digital and high-definition video services, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), a cable television trade body in the U.S., said on Tuesday.

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  • velocityg4
    Now Sony just needs to make an HD LCDTV that does a good job upconverting and adjusting SD TV content. My Philips does a brilliant job every Sony I have seen looks blocky and horrible.

    Would these TV's fail to work if you tried to add direct tv.
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